The Turkish defense industry will deliver new vehicles and systems to the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) in 2020, Turkey's top defense industry official said on Monday. Several defense products, including aerial, naval and land systems, will enter Turkish forces' inventory, Ismail Demir, the head of Turkey's Defense Industries Presidency, told a press conference in the capital Ankara. The Bayraktar Akıncı Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle, phase 2 combat helicopter Atak, and other types of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) will be delivered, he said. The Low Altitude Air Defense Missile System Hisar-A and sea missile Atmaca will also enter the inventory, he added. Turkey's biggest warship, the multi-purpose Amphibious Assault Ship TCG Anadolu, the test and training ship TCG Ufuk, and new types of boats will also be delivered. Turkish defense firms will also complete their work on supply ship design and submarine modernization in 2020. The Turkish Armed Forces will start to use next-generation land vehicles in 2020 such as the Kirpi-2 (new version of a mine-resistant vehicle), mini-armored buses, armored ambulances, and criminal investigation vehicles.