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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 4 Juin - 19:57

L'exercice Efes était conçu pour envahir les îles grecques s'il y avait confrontation avec la Grèce en mer Egée, notamment, Rhodes, Samos, Crète, etc...
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 4 Juin - 20:20

Kurssad a écrit:
L'exercice Efes était conçu pour envahir les îles grecques s'il y avait confrontation avec la Grèce en mer Egée, notamment, Rhodes, Samos, Crète, etc...

baybars à ton avis la grèce elle peut militarment vous nuir ou leur niveau militaire est trop ''bas'' ? (bas par rapport à vous)
je connais pas l armée crecque mais la turquie en mer elle me semble pas trop fort aussi (à part les sousmarins)

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 4 Juin - 20:25

badr le patriotique a écrit:
Kurssad a écrit:
L'exercice Efes était conçu pour envahir les îles grecques s'il y avait confrontation avec la Grèce en mer Egée, notamment, Rhodes, Samos, Crète, etc...

baybars à ton avis la grèce elle peut militarment vous nuir ou leur niveau militaire est trop ''bas'' ? (bas par rapport à vous)
je connais pas l armée crecque mais la turquie en mer elle me semble pas trop fort aussi (à part les sousmarins)

L'armée grecque était bonne, pouvait résister mais face à la déferlante de l'armée turque, elle serait submergée, surtout qu'ils ont pas de profondeur stratégique comme la Turquie. Aujourd'hui, ils sont aussi en crise économique, apparemment, l'armée grecque est en état de ruine tel un temple d'Apollon.

L'Etat Turc ne considère plus vraiment la Grèce comme une menace aujourd'hui.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 4 Juin - 20:30

oui c est vrai en ce moment ils sont pas dans une bonne situation économique
je sais pas comme l'UE va réagir en cas de guerre
surtout la France...

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 4 Juin - 20:35

badr le patriotique a écrit:
oui c est vrai en ce moment ils sont pas dans une bonne situation économique
je sais pas comme l'UE va réagir en cas de guerre
surtout la France...

Ils vont rien faire de concret, surement des restrictions économiques contre la Turquie, un peu comme ils ont fait avec la Russie.

Mais une guerre contre la Grèce, je crois pas du tout.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 4 Juin - 20:37

Kurssad a écrit:
badr le patriotique a écrit:
oui c est vrai en ce moment ils sont pas dans une bonne situation économique
je sais pas comme l'UE va réagir en cas de guerre
surtout la France...

Ils vont rien faire de concret, surement des restrictions économiques contre la Turquie, un peu comme ils ont fait avec la Russie.

Mais une guerre contre la Grèce, je crois pas du tout.
oui c est utopique

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Mar 7 Juin - 9:27

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Turkey’s TAI Signs $3.5 Bln Deals with Sikorsky, Domestic Contractors for Helicopter
(Source: Hurriyet Daily News; published June 07, 2016)
ANKARA --- Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has signed agreements worth $3.5 billion with Sikorsky Aircraft and three domestic contractors to make helicopters for Turkey’s Armed Forces, the Defense Industry Undersecretariat (SSM) has said in a statement, as reported by Reuters.

Under the deal, 109 utility helicopters will be built for the Turkish land, air, gendarmerie and police forces by TAI as the prime contractor, Sikorsky as the major subcontractor and Turkey’s Aselsan, TEI and ALP as other subcontractors, it said.

“These helicopters will be delivered to six different users in the next 10 years under the licensed production in Turkey,” it added.

In the framework of the project, TAI will manufacture all main parts of the T70 helicopters, undertake all montage works, make all tests and offer integrated logistics support. Aselsan will be responsible for the development and the integration of basic avionics while assuming responsibility together with Sikorsky for the development of the helicopter cockpit.

TEI will manufacture the helicopter’s engine, while ALP will undertake the production and montage of the landing gear, as well as the dynamic parts of the helicopter, according to the statement.

“The Turkish defense and aviation industry will play a significant role in meeting the utility helicopter needs of our country for both civilian and military purposes with the Utility Purpose Helicopter Project, which is worth around $3.5 billion,” the SSM said.

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Mar 7 Juin - 19:00

Donc le contrat est signé, 3.5 milliards $ n'est pas rien pour 109 T-70. Au moins, le taux d'intégration nationale sera supérieure, notamment, presque toute la construction se fera à TAI notamment le moteur fabriqué par TEI et l'avionique par Aselsan.

2 F-35 arriveront bientôt en Turquie pour des tests effectuée par l'armée de l'air turque.

Les premiers F-35 de la Turaf viendront en 2017. La Turquie a commandée 100 F-35 (dont 16 ou 35 en option pour la marine turque) pour 10 milliards $.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Jeu 9 Juin - 19:25

L'armée de l'air turque (Turaf) décide d'acquérir 70 drones supplémentaires, une centaine de drone sera opérationnel d'ici peu de temps.

Tous les drones seront armés. Ainsi l'armée de l'air turque aura une des plus grosses flottes de drone de combat.

ANKA-S - TB-2 - Karayel (en projet).
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Ven 10 Juin - 20:38

La marine turque (DZKK) aurait décider de se moderniser de fond en comble, l'objectif est d'être une marine de guerre extrêmement moderne.

La marine turque enverra des officiers au USA pour le F-35 (on peut dire qu'on verra sûrement le F-35B dans la marine turque).

L'infanterie de marine passera exclusivement sous contrôle de la marine turque ainsi que les équipements et les matériels. D'ailleurs, la marine turque serait intéressé par des Léopard 2NG pour remplacer les M-60 à court terme.



La marine turque attends la mise en service du LHD Anatolie, du destroyer TF-2000, frégate Istanbul, LST ainsi que les 6 T-214.

On verra une marine de guerre, l'aviation de marine et une infanterie de marine (à l'image des Marines US).

En parlant du LST, il sera un des plus grands de sa catégorie:





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 11 Juin - 7:10

Je dis rien, l'image veut tout dire:

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 11 Juin - 7:13

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Turkish FM Vows Further Expansion of NATO Defense Shield

omania, Poland, and Turkey have all agreed that NATO’s installation of missile defense systems in Eastern Europe is necessary, in light of what they consider to be “Russia’s aggressive attitude.”

In May, NATO expanded its missile defense shield by opening a new base in Romania. Russia responded by calling the move an unnecessary provocation and warned that Moscow would be forced to take countermeasures.



"We have been saying right from when this story started that our experts are convinced that the deployment of the AMB system poses a certain threat to the Russian Federation," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday.
"Measures are being taken to ensure the necessary level of security for Russia. The President himself, let me remind you, has repeatedly asked who the system will work against."
But according to Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, these concerns mean very little. According to Turkey’s Anadolu news agency, Cavusoglu claimed the defense shields are necessary in his country, as well as in Romania and Poland, because of "Russian aggression."
"We’ve reached common ground that missile defense systems should be expanded to provide protection to all the three states and their populations," Cavusoglu said.
His only evidence for this aggression is a speech made by Russian President Vladimir Putin during a joint press conference with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in Greece last month.

"If yesterday people simply did not know what it means to be in the crosshairs in those areas of Romania, then today we will be forced to carry out certain measures to ensure our security. And it will be the same with Poland," Putin said.
"According to Cavusoglu, this statement was intended as a literal threat “against NATO allies in the country that is a member of the alliance."
NATO expansion in Eastern Europe has earned criticism from a number of experts. In an article for Die Zeit, journalist Jochen Bittner writes that "NATO is possibly about to make one of the biggest mistakes in its history."
"Immediately after the opening of the missile station in Romania, the Head of Arms Control Department in the Russian Foreign Ministry, Mikhail Ulyanow noted that, in Russia’s view, this represents a violation of the INF Treaty."

Political analyst Lawrence Davidson argues that the missile defense system is less about defending against Russia, and more about containing Russia.
"Obviously this placement of missiles in Eastern Europe sends a message to Russia. And the message is: 'Look, you are not allowed to have a sphere of influence,'" he told RT.
"Indeed the Chinese aren’t allowed either. The only one who can really have a sphere of influence is the Americans and their proxies in Europe. This is essentially a Cold War theory of containment brought into the 21st century."


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 11 Juin - 15:13

Un petit récapitulatif des chars de l'armée de terre turque (un des plus nombreux sur terre):

- 350 Leopard 2 (en version A4 et NG) = Partiront à la marine avec l'arrivée du char Altay
- 170 M-60T Sabra (seront en deuxième ligne)
- 760 M-60 (version A1 et A3TTS = Les A1 seront mis en réserve, les A3TTS seront envoyés à la IIIème armée)
- 400 Leopard 1 (Seront en réserve)
- 750 M-48 (seront mis hors service, seront recyclé)

Prochainement:

500 chars Altay (1 000 chars seront produits normalement, avec les Block II & III, ce chiffre pourrait atteindre 2000 chars).

Donc prochainement on verra:

- 1000 Altay
- 170 M-60T Sabra
- 350 Léopard 2NG (qui appartiendront à la marine)
- 650 M-60 A3TTS

En réserve:

- 100 M-60A1
- 170 Leopard 1T
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Mer 15 Juin - 7:35

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Turkey's Shipbuilding Set for a Boost
Burak Ege Bekdil, Defense News 1:30 p.m. EDT June 14, 2016


ANKARA — The Turkish government has said that it intends to buy scores of naval assets in the next years, potentially giving a major boost to the country’s flourishing shipyards and their foreign partners.

Under a program dubbed MILGEM (a Turkish acronym for “the national ship”) Turkish shipyards have built two corvettes. The third ship will be launched soon, according to procurement officials. The fourth will be delivered in 2020, with additional orders expected.

Turkey’s top procurement official, Ismail Demir, said that the government will order four more “new generation” corvettes. “These [corvettes] will be more advanced, bigger vessels,” said Demir, head of the procurement agency, the Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM).

The corvettes are the smallest warships in the Turkish Navy’s inventory. Turkey plans to use the experience gained in the MILGEM project to design, develop and construct its first indigenous frigate, the TF-2000, in the 2020s.

Demir said Turkey has a “very active” private shipbuilding industry. Naval platforms “are one of the primary items we market abroad,” he said.

Early in June, a privately-owned Turkish shipyard, Dearsan, signed a memorandum of understanding with the Kazakh government for technical cooperation for the construction of a batch of six corvettes with vertical-takeoff-and-landing capability for drones. Kazakhstan plans to use the corvettes in the Caspian Sea.

Demir said that the construction of six “new type” submarines, under German license, has started with initial deliveries scheduled for 2020. “These [submarines] will be built entirely in Turkey although they are German design,” he said.

SSM’s chief said that the next generation of submarines would be designed, developed and constructed locally.

A procurement official said that the next order for the new-generation submarines would be “an initial batch of six.”

“Naval platforms of different types are in popular [governmental] demand because they earn the country capabilities that are in line with Turkey’s regional foreign policy ambitions, most notably in the Mediterranean,” said one senior Turkish diplomat.

One such program is the Landing Platform Dock (LPD), which Sedef, a Turkish shipyard, in partnership with Spain’s Navantia, is building under an approximately $1.5 billion deal. In a high-profile ceremony on Apr. 30, the construction of the TCG Anadolu, an amphibious assault ship, took off.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Ven 17 Juin - 8:02

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Turkish army howitzers have destroyed 17 «Islamic State» targets in northern Syria
Jun 15, 2016




Turkish army howitzers have destroyed 17 «Islamic State» (Daesh) targets in northern Syria, military sources said early Wednesday. That reported by aa.com.tr.

Speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak with the media, the sources said the Daesh targets had been preparing to launch missile rockets to Turkey.

The sources added that a total of 10 terrorists were “neutralized” and that weapons depots and shelters were among the 17 targets, and were covered with fire by an air operation from anti-Daesh coalition forces as well.

Turkey has been under indiscriminate rocket attacks from neighboring Syria since mid-January. In the Kilis province alone, the local governor has confirmed that a total of 20 people have been killed and almost 70 others wounded by rockets which fell inside Turkish territory.

On a separate note, the Turkish army early Wednesday destroyed two targets in northern Iraq that belonged to the terrorist group PKK.

According to a Turkish General Staff statement, the two targets were destroyed along with terrorists in it Tuesday afternoon in the Avasin and Bazian regions.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Ven 17 Juin - 13:34

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Sikorsky and Turkish Industry Launch Program to Build T70 Utility Helicopters
(Source: Lockheed Martin; issued June 16, 2016
STRATFORD, Connecticut --- Sikorsky, along with the Government of the Republic of Turkey and members of the Turkish aerospace industry, have activated contractual agreements under the Turkish Utility Helicopter Program (TUHP) to produce the T70 utility helicopter based on Sikorsky's successful multi-role Black Hawk utility aircraft.

Approved by the U.S. and Turkish governments, the agreements license TUHP prime contractor Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) to build and deliver 109 T70 helicopters over the next 10 years. Deliveries of T70 aircraft could begin as early as 2021 to six Turkish agencies: the Land Forces, Air Force, Gendarme, Special Forces, National Police, and the Directorate General of Forestry.

Over a 30-year timeframe, TAI also will deliver an equal number of baseline S-70i BLACK HAWK aircraft for export to Sikorsky. Sikorsky and TAI are in discussions to establish a joint marketing team to support Sikorsky's sale of S-70i aircraft to new markets in the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa.

"These finalized agreements mark the beginning of an important and highly collaborative industrialization partnership with Turkish industry that will endure for decades," said Dan Schultz, Sikorsky President. "We thank the Republic of Turkey for choosing a Sikorsky multi-role helicopter, and we congratulate Turkish industry for building this manufacturing capability."

During the latter half of 2016, Sikorsky will provide TAI with the engineering data to establish an assembly line and begin manufacturing T70 aircraft. To launch the line, Sikorsky will deliver the first five aircraft in kit form for assembly by TAI starting in 2018. The first Turkish-built T70 aircraft will be certified and qualified for delivery to the Turkish Government in 2021.

TAI gradually will increase its manufacturing scope beyond final assembly and test to include all airframe structures and composite rotor blades. In addition to TAI's workscope, Alp Aviation, a Sikorsky joint venture, will precision-machine the dynamic components and flight controls and assemble landing gear and transmissions. Aselsan and Sikorsky will co-develop an enhanced digital cockpit known as the Integrated Modular Avionics System (IMAS); and Turkish Engine Industries (TEI) will build engines under license from General Electric (GE).

To facilitate the development and integration of the IMAS, Sikorsky will transfer to ASELSAN a new S-70i helicopter to be utilized as the Prototype Turkish Utility Helicopter for the qualification of the new avionics system in 2019.

TAI will produce T70 aircraft in two configurations - 89 aircraft in common utility configuration and 20 aircraft in a firefighting configuration for the Directorate General of Forestry. Delivery of all 109 T70 aircraft is to be concluded by 2026.

The TUHP program is valued at approximately $3.5 billion for 109 T70 aircraft, inclusive of the work to be performed by Sikorsky, TAI and other suppliers. Options exist for TAI to produce up to 600 total T70 and S-70i helicopters.

The T70 aircraft will supplement more than 100 UH-60 BLACK HAWK aircraft currently operational with the Turkish armed forces.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Lun 20 Juin - 11:16

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Baku, Ankara Start Joint Military Exercises in Turkey




BAKU (Sputnik) – Baku and Ankara are holding joint military drills in Turkey, the Azerbaijan Defense Ministry said Monday.
"According to the military plan of bilateral cooperation, Azerbaijan and Turkey launched the ISIK-2016 military drills," a press release from the ministry reads.

According to the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry, three Mil Mi-17 military transport helicopters and three Mil Mi-35 attack helicopters left Azerbaijan for a Turkish military base in the central city of Konya.

The exercises, that according to media reports will reportedly involve troops from Hungary, Romania, Saudi Arabia and Northern Cyprus, are due to last until June 30.


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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Lun 20 Juin - 11:52

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Turkey Launches ‘Local and National’ Warship
(Source: Anadolu Agency; published June 19, 2016)
ISTANBUL --- President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan reiterated Turkey’s goal of self-sufficiency in defense as he launched a new warship on June 18.

Speaking at the launch of the TCG Burgazada, an indigenously produced corvette, at the Istanbul naval shipyard, Erdoğan said Turkey would soon “be in a position to make our own aircraft carriers. Turkey cannot stall in its defense industry and military issues because of our strategic geographical location.”

The president previously vowed that Turkey’s defense industry will be self-sufficient by 2023, the centenary of the declaration of the republic.

Burgazada is the third Ada-class corvette produced under the MILGEM project. The first was the Heybeliada, launched in 2008.

The ships, which are named after the Princes’ Islands off Istanbul, are designed for search and rescue, patrol and anti-submarine warfare duties. They are armed with a 76-millimeter gun, missiles and torpedoes and carry a Seahawk helicopter.

The ships have a displacement of 2,400 tons, a maximum speed of more than 29 knots (33 miles an hour) and a range of 3,500 nautical miles.

Erdoğan performed a “welding ceremony” on the TCG Kınalıada, another MILGEM corvette that is due to be completed in May next year.

Defense Minister Fikri Işık said Turkey was among the top 10 nations in military ship production.

“Turkey’s domestic production rate in the defense industry increased to 60 percent from 24 percent,” he said, adding that reducing dependence on foreign arms imports is a key goal of the Turkish defense industry.

Also present at the ceremony, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said the government had invested $30 billion in the defense industry over the last 14 years.

“Turkey is in a circle of fire and many oppressed nations are waiting for our support. So we have to improve our defense and deterrence capability, using local and national resources,” Yıldırım said.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 25 Juin - 7:43

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Turkish Military to Buy Six General-Purpose Aircraft
Burak Ege Bekdil, Defense News 4:22 p.m. EDT June 22, 2016


ANKARA—Turkey’s defense procurement bureau, the Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM in its Turkish acronym), has launched an international competition for the acquisition of a batch of six general-purpose aircraft.

SSM on June 21 released a Request for Proposal (RfP) which officially initiated the bidding process.

SSM said that potential bidders should reply to its Aircraft Department and Integration Projects Group Directorate to obtain the terms of the RfP no later than 15:00 hours local time on Aug. 19. The office warned that those producers that have not purchased the solicitation document will not be allowed to bid.

The procurement office defined the planned mission of the general-purpose aircraft as “transporting personnel and cargo and airdrop.” The planes will be operated by the Turkish Air Force.

Procurement officials say they expect to see a race involving several international manufacturers.

“The planned aircraft should have features similar to a CASA-295,” one official said.

He said that the selected manufacturer will be expected to subcontract as much work as possible to Turkey’s local industry.

Aerospace industry sources say Tusas Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) would likely play a primary role as likely local prime contractor.

They say potential bidders will include manufacturers from the United States, Europe, Ukraine and China.

The program will cost the Turkish government anywhere between $100 million and $150 million, sources say.



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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Sam 25 Juin - 10:36

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Otokar signs contract for the delivery of new Cobra II armoured vehicles
Jun 23, 2016



The Otokar Otomotiv ve Savunma Sanayi A.Ş confirmed that a contract has now been signed between the Turkish government for supply an unspecified number of new Cobra II armoured vehicle to the Turkish military and internal security forces.

Otokar said the €106,1 million contract involves the sale of its Cobra II tactical wheeled armored vehicles, the company announced in a press release.

Vehicle deliveries of the starting end of the year, is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2017.

Cobra II which is developed over existing Cobra Vehicle is a modular platform with superior technical and tactical characteristics. Besides outstanding mobility capability and 9 crew carrying capacity, the vehicle provides protection, firepower and mission equipment for users at different types of missions.

The vehicle provides an outmatched performance in a wide range of challenging terrains and climatic conditions.




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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Ven 1 Juil - 8:51

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FNSS to supply anti-tank vehicles to Turkish Land Forces
Jun 30, 201




The Turkish MoD Undersecretariat for Defense Industries Signs the Contract for the Anti-Tank Vehicle Project with FNSS

Contract negotiations held with FNSS Savunma Sistemleri A.Ş. in relation to the Anti-Tank VehicleProject, which were initiated by the Defense Industry Executive Committee’s decision taken on March 9, 2016, have recently been concluded, and the project contract was officially signed on June 27, 2016, at a ceremony held in the Undersecretariat for Defense Industries.

The project will involve the integration of anti-tank missiles within the Turkish Land Forces inventory on armored vehicles equipped with anti-tank turrets developed specifically for the project. A total of 260 ea Anti-Tank Vehicleswill be procured within the scope of the project, including both tracked and wheeled vehicles. The anti-tank guided missile system turrets will be developed with modern Fire and Command-Control capabilities. In addition to their ready-to-fire anti-tank guided missiles each turret will be equipped with a 7.62 machine gun.

FNSS plans to use the lightest member of the KAPLAN vehicle family as the platform for the tracked type vehicle of the Anti-Tank Vehicles project, while considering the PARS 4×4 as the basis for the project’s wheeled type anti-tank vehicle.

In addition to having ballistic and mine protection, the amphibious tracked and wheeled Anti-Tank Vehicleswill be capable of conducting joint operations with armored units, and have a modular mechanical and electronic infrastructure that enables rapid adaptation of future potential requirements.

Within the scope of this project; Design, development and prototype qualification processes will be completed in 2018; and in the following two-year period, serial production of 260 each Anti-Tank vehicles shall be completed and delivered to Turkish Land Forces.





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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Mar 5 Juil - 9:59

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La Turquie se propose de coopérer avec Moscou pour lutter contre l’État islamiquePosté dans Diplomatie, Moyen-Orient par Laurent Lagneau Le 05-07-2016



Une semaine après les excuses adressées par le président turc, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, à son homologue russe pour l’affaire du Su-24 Fencer abattu en novembre par l’aviation turque, Ankara a proposé à Moscou une coopération dans la lutte contre l’État islamique (EI ou Daesh).

« Nous coopérons avec tous ceux qui combattent Daesh. C’est ce que nous faisons depuis un certain temps et nous avons ouvert la base aérienne d’Incirlik à ceux qui veulent activement participer à la lutte contre Daesh », a déclaré Mevlut Cavusoglu, le ministre turc des Affaires étrangères, lors d’un entretien diffusé le 3 juillet par la chaîne de télévision TRT.

« Pourquoi ne pas coopérer avec la Russie suivant les mêmes termes ? » a encore demandé le ministre. « Daesh est notre ennemi commun et nous devons combattre cet ennemi », a-t-il continué.

L’on aurait pu voir dans les propos de M. Cavusoglu une invitation adressée à la Russie pour utiliser la base d’Incirlik, où sont déployés des avions américains, britanniques et allemands engagés dans la coalition anti-EI dirigée par les États-Unis. En réalité, il n’en est rien, comme il l’a précisé le lendemain.

« Nous avons dit que nous pourrions coopérer avec la Russie pour combattre Daesh à l’avenir. Je n’ai jamais fait de commentaires concernant la venue d’avions russes sur la base aérienne d’Incirlik », a en effet affirmé le ministre turc.

La Turquie étant membre de l’Otan, il aurait été étonnant de voir la base d’Incirlik accueillir des avions de combat russes. Cela étant, la Russie, qui dispose déjà de facilités militaires en Syrie, n’en aurait pas forcément besoin.

Quoi qu’il en soit, la proposition turque a de quoi surprendre dans la mesure où Ankara appuie des groupes hostiles à Bachar el-Assad, lequel est soutenu par Moscou. En outre, la Turquie voit d’un très mauvais oeil les avancées, dans le nord de la Syrie, des milices kurdes syriennes, proches alliées du PKK, le mouvement indépendantiste kurde.

Cela étant, pour le Kremlin, il s’agit-là d’une « déclaration importante qui doit être examinée d’un point de vue militaire et politique », même si, à ce stade, aucun contact avec la Turquie n’a été établi avec les autorités turques sur cette question. Son porte-parole, Dmitri Peskov, a estimé que l’attentat meutrier commis le 28 juin contre l’aéroport d’Istanbul (41 tués) et attribué à Daesh confirmait que l’échange de renseignements entre Moscou et Ankara était « crucial » pour lutter contre le terrorisme.



http://www.opex360.com/2016/07/05/la-turquie-se-propose-de-cooperer-avec-moscou-pour-lutter-letat-islamique/

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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Mar 5 Juil - 14:04

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Un hélicoptère militaire turc avec à son bord 11 à 14 militaires s'est écrasé mardi pour une raison encore inconnue dans la province de Giresun, dans le nord-est de la Turquie, ont rapporté les médias locaux. L'hélicoptère s'est écrasé dans une région montagneuse de cette province située sur la mer Noire où les conditions météorologiques étaient peu favorables, a indiqué la chaîne d'information CNN-Türk.

En outre des militaires, dont un général de brigade, des civils et des enfants, les familles de militaires, se trouvaient dans le Sikorsky S-70, selon la chaîne qui n'a pas précisé le bilan des victimes. On ignore encore les circonstances exactes de ce crash.
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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Lun 11 Juil - 12:21

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New Multinational Cooperation Initiative Launched To Respond To One Of NATO’s Growing Capability Priorities
(Source: North Atlantic Treaty Organization; issued July 9, 2016)
Poland and Turkey signed today a Letter of Intent for multinational cooperation in the area of Airborne Electronic Attack – Escort Jamming. Emerging operational requirements have created an increased demand for this capability area.

Preparing for the NATO Summit in Warsaw

The focus of the Letter of Intent is to investigate specific cooperation opportunities to protect Allied air assets through jamming. Multinational cooperation is an obvious choice in this area due to high development costs, low acquisition numbers, and the opportunity for modular solutions.

Beyond the development of common equipment, the Allies involved will also explore additional cooperation aspects such as training and experimentation, which are crucial for delivering the relevant capabilities.

The signatories anticipate that additional Allies will join this initiative in due course to expand the benefits this multinational construct is offering.







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MessageSujet: Re: Armée Turque/Turkish Armed Forces/Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri   Lun 11 Juil - 12:41

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In the south-east of Turkey bomb blast killed 5 soldiers
Jul 11, 2016



The death toll from a roadside bomb attack in southeastern Turkey has risen to five, the country’s military has said.

Sunday’s blast in Hakkari province claimed four soldiers’ lives at the scene; a fifth soldier passed away later in hospital.

In a statement, the Turkish General Staff said PKK terrorists detonated a bomb in the Semdinli district as a military vehicle passed by.

Earlier on Sunday, the army said one soldier and a village guard were martyred in a bomb blast in Turkey’s eastern province of Van.

Ten soldiers were also injured – one critically – alongside five village guards in a PKK attack at 00.20 a.m. local time (0920GMT).

The attack targeted Pay gendarmerie station in the Ercis district of Van, the military said.

The PKK – listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the U.S. and the EU – resumed its 30-year armed campaign against the Turkish state in July 2015.

Since then, nearly 600 security personnel, including troops, police officers and village guards have been martyred and more than 5,000 PKK terrorists killed in operations across Turkey and northern Iraq.


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