ROKETSAN Introduced ÇAKIR, New Generation Cruise Missile

ROKETSAN Introduced New Generation Navigational Missile CAKIR
ROKETSAN Introduced ÇAKIR, New Generation Cruise Missile

ROKETSAN's Cruise Missile ÇAKIR, which can be launched from land, sea and air platforms, will be a new power multiplier for the armed forces with its state-of-the-art features and effective warhead.

ROKETSAN continues to create new concepts on the battlefield with the new technologies it has developed. ÇAKIR, the new Cruise Missile that can be launched from fixed and rotary wing aircraft, TİHA/SİHA, SİDA, tactical wheeled land vehicles and surface platforms; It offers the user operationally wide alternatives against land and sea targets. With a range of over 150 kilometers, ÇAKIR's targets include surface targets, land and surface targets close to the shore, strategic land targets, area targets and caves.

ÇAKIR, which has a domestic and national KTJ-1750 turbojet engine developed by Kale R&D, thanks to the agility of its design; It can easily perform tasks involving three-dimensional turning points defined during mission planning. ÇAKIR offers high destruction capability against targets with its hit point selection on the target and its unique warhead.

With its advanced intermediate stage and terminal guidance systems, ÇAKIR is able to engage its targets with high precision in all weather conditions. Thanks to the network-based data-link, it also allows target change and task cancellation depending on user selection while advancing to the target. The most striking features of ÇAKIR are its design that allows multiple transports on the platform and its ability to perform tasks in the herd concept.

With the swarm concept, which allows a coordinated attack with a large number of ammunition, it is easier to overcome the enemy's defense systems, while high efficiency is ensured at one or more targets. Thanks to its unique hull design with radar absorber feature, ÇAKIR offers high survivability. Flying very close to the water surface over the sea and on land, in addition to its land masking capabilities, its radar-absorbing body structure minimizes its detectability by enemy air defense systems. It can continue its course in cases where there is intense electronic jamming, with its jam-proof GNSS and altimeter-supported inertial navigation system.

While the design studies of ÇAKIR, the domestic and national cruise missile launched with ROKETSAN's own resources, continue; The first test launch is targeted in 2022, and platform integration is targeted in 2023.

The ÇAKIR Project National Turbojet Development Contract will be signed between ROKETSAN and Kale R&D within the scope of the launch event of CAKIR Cruising Missile held on March 31, 2022. Head of Defense Industry Prof. Dr. İsmail Demir, ROKETSAN Chairman of the Board Prof. Dr. The signing ceremony, which will be held with the participation of Faruk Yiğit, ROKETSAN General Manager Murat Second, and Kale Group Vice President and Technical Group Head Osman Okyay, will cover the development and delivery of the KTJ-1750 turbojet engine to be used in the Cruise Missile ÇAKIR.

Source: defenceturk

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