New Deliveries of HGK-82 Guidance Kits to TAF

New deliveries of the Precision Guidance Kit HGK-82, developed by TÜBİTAK SAGE, to the Turkish Armed Forces were made.

Deliveries of HGK-82, an important element of our air power, which was developed by TÜBİTAK SAGE and mass-produced by ASELSAN, continue. Regarding the subject, Defense Industry President Prof. Dr. In the statement made by İsmail Demir, “The delivery of our guidance kits, the important element of our air power, continues. We made new deliveries of HGK-82 guidance kits, which give Mk-82 unguided general purpose bombs a precision strike capability with its guidance capability. statements took place.

Mark series general purpose bombs, which gained guidance feature thanks to their precision Guidance Kits, are used by the Turkish Air Force's F-16 and F-4E type warplanes.

Integration of HGK and KGK to ANKA + and AKSUNGUR had started

Integration of the Precision Guidance Kit (HGK) and Winged Guidance Kit (KGK) developed by TÜBİTAK SAGE to the twin-engine AKSUNGUR and single-engine ANKA + UAVs developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) had begun. TÜBİTAK SAGE Institute Director Gürcan Okumuş shared the development on his Twitter account.

Emphasizing that our domestic ammunition is integrated into our domestic UAVs with our own software and algorithms, Okumuş said, “This capability will be a very important power multiplier in the field”.

HGK-82 (Precision Guidance Kit -82)

HGK-82 is a multi-throw guidance kit that converts existing 500 lb Mk-82 general purpose bombs to ammunition with smart and precise strike capability from air to ground with KKS / ANS guidance system.

  • Multi-shot capability with the BRU 57 adapter
  • Retargeting during connected flight
  • Mixing resistant
  • Ability to work day and night in all weather conditions
  • Fewer bombs, sorties and personnel per mission
  • Cost effective
  • Precision hit capability with integrated ANS / KKS
  • CEP value below 10m with ANS / KKS, 25m below with ANS only
  • Certification to F-16 PO-III and F-4E / 2020 fighter aircraft
  • MIL-STD 1760 compliance

Source: defenceturk

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