Mam-T, which Roketsan has developed with the accumulation gained from the MAM family, which has proven itself in the field, is the largest member of the family.
The MAM-T, introduced and used during Raider Tiha’s first launch test on April 22, 2021, will also be integrated into other transport-friendly UAVs, light attack aircraft and fighter aircraft, although it has been developed in accordance with the raider’s capabilities. Mass production of MAM-T is expected to begin in the second half of 2021.
The MAM-T, in addition to being larger than the previous mam varieties, has a different wing design from them. This design, which offers a wider wing area, gives it longer strike ranges. Flying at higher altitudes compared to the Bayraktar TB-2 UCAVs, The Raider and other platforms will be able to destroy these systems without entering the effective range of air defense systems such as Pantsir and Tor at low costs thanks to this capability.
MAM-T capable of hitting fixed and mobile (armored / unarmored vehicles, buildings and surface targets ) in block-1 configuration, Semi-Active Laser Seeker (LAB) supported by Global Positioning System (KKS) and Inertial Navigation System (ANS) is driven by.
|Range||30+60+80 km (14 km with Inertial Navigation System/Global Positioning System Option)|
|Seeker||Semi-Active Laser Seeker|
|Warhead Types||Tandem Effective Against Reactive Armor|
|High-Explosive Blast Fragmentation|