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Greece Searching for Radar: Telemachus

Greece Searching for Radar: Telemachus 20 October, 2019

Greek internet website “Militaire” broadcasted news a need for radar against Turkey. Turkish Unmanned Aerial Vehicles continually flying in the Aegean Sea Militaire explained and underlined the discomfort for Greek Navy at Parmenion exercise. It was written that Turkish UAVs were constantly observing the movements of the Greek Navy, and stated the need for radar to detect drones was very clear. The publication highlighted the Telemachus / Telemaxhus radar on which the Hellenic Aerospace Industry (HAI) was working on. Militaire said radar could detect small vehicles flying from 600 meters distance up to 20 feet altitude. Ir stated that the development of the radar continues.

 

Editor's note: Telemachus (Telemachos) name is mentioned in Greek mythology. He was the son of Odysseus and Penelope, born in Ithaca just before the Trojan War. His life was filled with trials and tragedies from the time he was an infant.

Greece Searching for Radar: Telemachus

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