BalkanForum - das Forum für alle Balkanesen
Erweiterte Suche
Kontakt
BalkanForum - das Forum für alle Balkanesen
Benutzerliste

Willkommen bei BalkanForum - das Forum für alle Balkanesen.
Seite 837 von 1452 ErsteErste ... 3377377878278338348358368378388398408418478879371337 ... LetzteLetzte
Ergebnis 8.361 bis 8.370 von 14511

[Türk Silahlı Kuvvetleri] - Turkish Armed Forces - Türkische Streitkräfte

Erstellt von Memedo, 23.02.2006, 19:01 Uhr · 14.510 Antworten · 2.131.195 Aufrufe

  1. #8361
    Avatar von blacksea

    Registriert seit
    04.01.2014
    Beiträge
    7.837
    Zitat Zitat von BlackJack Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich schreibe wo ich will
    Du Anarchist.

  2. #8362
    Avatar von Cebrail

    Registriert seit
    25.09.2011
    Beiträge
    3.577

  3. #8363
    Avatar von TuAF

    Registriert seit
    10.02.2009
    Beiträge
    11.953






    Turkish PM stresses focus on missile, space technology


    24 March 2015 18:21 (Last updated 24 March 2015 18:23)
    Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has said Turkey's military power hinges on locally produced technology.


    KONYA, Turkey



    Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has highlighted the importance of making investments in missile and space technology to enhance Turkey’s military might.
    "If we want to guarantee our perpetuity, especially in the next 100 years, we have to make necessary investments in missile and space technology and have major world-class infrastructures in these two sectors," Davutoglu said Tuesday.
    He made the remarks at the inauguration ceremony of the Turkish National Defense Ministry's "Center for Firing, Testing and Assessment" in Karapinar Firing Range in central Konya province. The center has been jointly built by the Defense Ministry, Turkey's leading missile specialist Roketsan and the Turkish Armed Forces.
    Turkey will test and evaluate rockets and locally-produced missiles at the new facility, which can also be utilized by friendly countries, including NATO allies if Ankara permits.
    The premier said the country was one of the major world powers in conventional war technologies, adding that Turkey combined its civilian and democratic identity with its military power and thus made its mark in the region.
    "The instabilities in our region have clearly shown us that Turkey needs to develop its own missile and space technology, and expand its national capacity beyond the one we have as a NATO member," he said.
    He stressed that Turkey had the technological capacity and geography to establish the firing, testing and evaluation centers needed by NATO countries to test and practice their weapons.
    The premier noted that the Turkish defense industry had been dependent on imports by up to 80 percent until 2002 when his party came to power, but now, thanks to research and development that figure had gone down considerably.
    "Economic power and military power are parallel to each other. The fate of a country that cannot produce its own tanks, planes or ships will be in the hands of the one that can," he added.
    Last Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Davutoglu also opened the $157 million "Radar and Electronic Warfare Technology Center," launched by Turkey’s leading defense system producer, Aselsan, in Ankara.
    Aselsan's new facility in Ankara’s Golbasi districts will employ more than 1,200 people, including 776 engineers who will work on the development of radar and electronic warfare systems for land, air, sea, aerospace and unmanned platforms.
    With the aim of nationalizing its defense industry, Turkey in recent years has taken strides in locally produced defense products. The Turkish Aerospace Industries, or the TAI, began producing the attack and tactical reconnaissance helicopter, the ATAK (or "Attack"), in 2009.
    Also, the design and production is underway for Turkey's main battle tank, known as ALTAY, whose engine and transmission units will be produced by TUMOSAN, the leading Turkish manufacturer of diesel engines.
    Last month, the KARAYEL (or "northwest wind") drone was launched, which was developed by Vestel, a private Turkish company. An earlier drone, the ANKA ("Phoenix"), was produced by TAI in 2010.
    Turkish defense producers aim to boost exports to $25 billion by 2023 from $1.6 billion last year, Turkey’s Undersecretary for Defense Industries said recently.
    The top export items were aircraft, helicopter parts, engines, armored-land vehicles, speed boats, missiles, rockets, launching platforms, light weapons and electronic systems, including transmitters, simulators, sensors and software.
    Ankara spent over $1 billion on defense, research and development in 2014. Turkey’s defense spending was 29.4 billion Turkish liras, or $13.2 billion, this year, according to Turkish Defense Ministry.
    Turkey is currently negotiating a $3.5 billion deal for a long-range air and anti -missile defense system, including local production, with potential supplies from China and Europe. NATO opposes China’s bid for the Turkishmissile defense system. However, in February, Defense minister Ismet Yilmaz said that Turkey would integrate such a system from China into its national system that would be be used outside the NATO defense system.
    The country plans to spend around $70 billion on military equipment until 2023, when the country will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of modern republic.

    Turkish PM stresses focus on missile, space technology Anadolu Agency

  4. #8364
    Avatar von Salvador

    Registriert seit
    13.05.2011
    Beiträge
    3.342
    Korkut noch in der Prototypephase.



    Die Kurzstrecken Luftabwehrsysteme, die noch in der Entwicklungsphasen sind.



    Aselsan leicht konstruierter Torpedo "Tork"






    Beim neu eröffneten Testgelände für Feuerkraft messungen.






    der neue 105mm Howitzer auf dem neuem Testgelände.











    Turkish PM stresses focus on missile, space technology





    Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has said Turkey's military power hinges on locally produced technology.


    KONYA, Turkey

    Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has highlighted the importance of making investments in missile andspace technology to enhance Turkey’s military might.
    "If we want to guarantee our perpetuity, especially in the next 100 years, we have to make necessary investments in missile and space technology and have major world-class infrastructures in these two sectors," Davutoglu said Tuesday.
    He made the remarks at the inauguration ceremony of the Turkish National Defense Ministry's "Center for Firing, Testing and Assessment" in Karapinar Firing Range in central Konya province. The center has been jointly built by the Defense Ministry, Turkey's leading missile specialist Roketsan and the Turkish Armed Forces.
    Turkey will test and evaluate rockets and locally-produced missiles at the new facility, which can also be utilized by friendly countries, including NATO allies if Ankara permits.
    The premier said the country was one of the major world powers in conventional war technologies, adding that Turkey combined its civilian and democratic identity with its military power and thus made its mark in the region.
    "The instabilities in our region have clearly shown us that Turkey needs to develop its own missile andspace technology, and expand its national capacity beyond the one we have as a NATO member," he said.
    He stressed that Turkey had the technological capacity and geography to establish the firing, testing and evaluation centers needed by NATO countries to test and practice their weapons.
    The premier noted that the Turkish defense industry had been dependent on imports by up to 80 percent until 2002 when his party came to power, but now, thanks to research and development that figure had gone down considerably.
    "Economic power and military power are parallel to each other. The fate of a country that cannot produce its own tanks, planes or ships will be in the hands of the one that can," he added.
    Last Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Davutoglu also opened the $157 million "Radar and Electronic Warfare Technology Center," launched by Turkey’s leading defense system producer, Aselsan, in Ankara.
    Aselsan's new facility in Ankara’s Golbasi districts will employ more than 1,200 people, including 776 engineers who will work on the development of radar and electronic warfare systems for land, air, sea, aerospace and unmanned platforms.
    With the aim of nationalizing its defense industry, Turkey in recent years has taken strides in locally produced defense products. The Turkish Aerospace Industries, or the TAI, began producing the attack and tactical reconnaissance helicopter, the ATAK (or "Attack"), in 2009.
    Also, the design and production is underway for Turkey's main battle tank, known as ALTAY, whose engine and transmission units will be produced by TUMOSAN, the leading Turkish manufacturer of diesel engines.
    Last month, the KARAYEL (or "northwest wind") drone was launched, which was developed by Vestel, a private Turkish company. An earlier drone, the ANKA ("Phoenix"), was produced by TAI in 2010.
    Turkish defense producers aim to boost exports to $25 billion by 2023 from $1.6 billion last year, Turkey’s Undersecretary for Defense Industries said recently.
    The top export items were aircraft, helicopter parts, engines, armored-land vehicles, speed boats, missiles, rockets, launching platforms, light weapons and electronic systems, including transmitters, simulators, sensors and software.
    Ankara spent over $1 billion on defense, research and development in 2014. Turkey’s defense spending was 29.4 billion Turkish liras, or $13.2 billion, this year, according to Turkish Defense Ministry.
    Turkey is currently negotiating a $3.5 billion deal for a long-range air and anti -missile defense system, including local production, with potential supplies from China and Europe. NATO opposes China’s bid for the Turkishmissile defense system. However, in February, Defense minister Ismet Yilmaz said that Turkey would integrate such a system from China into its national system that would be be used outside the NATO defense system.
    The country plans to spend around $70 billion on military equipment until 2023, when the country will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of modern republic.

    Turkish PM stresses focus on missile, space technology Anadolu Agency









    Turks Agree To Speed up Fighter Program





    ANKARA — Turkey's government and military leaders have agreed to speed up the country's crawling program for the design, development and production of an indigenous fighter jet.


    Officials here said there is a broad "administrative agreement" over a need to give the program a boost.

    "The program will gain notable pace after the [parliamentary] elections [on June 7]," said one senior procurement official familiar with the program, dubbed TF-X. "There is consensus among the president [Recep Tayyip Erdogan], prime minister [Ahmet Davutoglu] and the Air Force that the program should go ahead with a 'priority tag.' "

    An Air Force official assisting the program said the top brass in the service is "keen to go faster than before."

    "Maximum [expert] input possible will be provided from our side," he said. "This is now an established policy."

    Early in March, the Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM) procurement agency released a request for information (RFI) for the ambitious TF-X.

    In that document, SSM defined the scope of the fighter program as "indigenous design, development and production activities of the first Turkish fighter aircraft to meet Turkish Armed Forces' next generation fighter requirements and replace the existing F-16 fighter fleet starting from 2030s."

    Companies or organizations capable of designing, developing and manufacturing the planned aircraft are invited to obtain an electronic copy of the RFI from SSM.

    SSM officials say the release of the RFI marks a critical stage for the program, aiming "to see which companies would be willing to take part and which capabilities will be offered."

    "We expect a satisfactory level of international interest," the procurement official said. "We already unofficially know that a number of foreign manufacturers hope to be part of this program."

    He said a new roadmap also has been devised. The first thing Ankara will do, he said, is put together a team of SSM and Air Force officials that will be expected to run the program until the end.

    "Soon there will formally be an enthusiastic team working on the ideal modality for the program," the official said.
    "That team is being structured at the moment."

    Turkey's top procurement panel, the Defense Industry Executive Committee, chaired by Davutoglu, officially decided on Jan. 7 to go ahead with the TF-X program after reviewing its feasibility.

    At the meeting, the committee decided to move beyond the pre-concept design stage. It said a twin-engine model would be pursued in the national fighter aircraft program.

    Other members of the committee are Defense Minister Ismet Yilmaz, Chief of Military General Staff Gen. Ncdet Ozel and chief procurement official, Ismail Demir, head of the SSM.

    Davutoglu has said that a twin-engine model would be pursued in the national fighter aircraft program.

    But the procurement official said this is not an irreversible decision. "We remain flexible on the choice of engine modality. Depending on our choice of a base model we may rethink that," he said.

    He also said the "base model" could be both a NATO or a non-NATO product.



    Tulpar
    mit Camouflage


  5. #8365
    onrbey
    Zitat Zitat von Salvador Beitrag anzeigen
    Korkut noch in der Prototypephase.


    Komisch, meine letztens irgendwo gelesen zu haben dass schon sehr bald einer vor dem Palast stehen soll..

    Edit: Saray, dakikada 1100 mermi atan a??r silahla korunacak - Sözcü Gazetesi

  6. #8366
    Avatar von Balta

    Registriert seit
    14.07.2014
    Beiträge
    7.135
    Warum nicht gleich Luftabwehr Rakten. Wovor hat der Typ nur so Angst der war doch früher nicht so wusstet ihr das Erdogan seit über 6 Monate im Palast mit seiner Familie lebt und nicht in seine Villa geht weil dort angeblich gebaut wird.

  7. #8367
    onrbey
    Gibt Gerüchte dass unsere Streitkräfte nachdem vom syrischen Regime eine Bombe in Reyhanli gelandet ist bei einem Vergeltungsschlag 5 Raketenbatterien des Assad Regime zerstört hat. Weiß jemand mehr?

  8. #8368
    Avatar von Iron

    Registriert seit
    14.10.2014
    Beiträge
    1.778
    Zitat Zitat von onrbey Beitrag anzeigen
    Gibt Gerüchte dass unsere Streitkräfte nachdem vom syrischen Regime eine Bombe in Reyhanli gelandet ist bei einem Vergeltungsschlag 5 Raketenbatterien des Assad Regime zerstört hat. Weiß jemand mehr?
    Erstmal war diese "Bombe in Reyhanli" eine Artilleriegranate und eine Falsflag-Aktion unseres Geheimdienstes und zweitens, sind ein Pilot und 2 oder 3 Männer der Spezialkräfte, auf einem Militär-Flugplatz in Damaskus erwischt wurden, wie sie dieses unbemerkt betreten und eine Operation durchführen wollten. Seit dem hat man nichts mehr von ihnen gehört und die Regierung schweigt.. Sind ja nicht die Kinder von Recep Hain Erdogan, als das er sich darüber einen Kopf machen müsse..

  9. #8369
    Avatar von Tigerfish

    Registriert seit
    25.12.2013
    Beiträge
    15.169
    Zitat Zitat von Iron Beitrag anzeigen
    Erstmal war diese "Bombe in Reyhanli" eine Artilleriegranate und eine Falsflag-Aktion unseres Geheimdienstes und zweitens, sind ein Pilot und 2 oder 3 Männer der Spezialkräfte, auf einem Militär-Flugplatz in Damaskus erwischt wurden, wie sie dieses unbemerkt betreten und eine Operation durchführen wollten. Seit dem hat man nichts mehr von ihnen gehört und die Regierung schweigt.. Sind ja nicht die Kinder von Recep Hain Erdogan, als das er sich darüber einen Kopf machen müsse..
    Was für eine Operation wollten sie auf dem Militärflughafen durchführen?

    Sind es nun 2 oder 3 Mitglieder der Spezialeinheit?

  10. #8370
    Avatar von Damien

    Registriert seit
    22.02.2013
    Beiträge
    7.987
    Zitat Zitat von Salvador Beitrag anzeigen
    Korkut noch in der Prototypephase.
    Ohne ein größeres Radar und ohne Raketen nur sehr wenig effizient
    und nur zur nahbereichs bekämpfung geignet. Gegen Drohnen und Hubschrauber.

    Meiner meinung nach sind solche Typen veraltet.

    Andere Länder mustern solche Typen bereits aus.

Ähnliche Themen

  1. Antworten: 38
    Letzter Beitrag: 04.12.2012, 19:09
  2. [The Armed Forces of BiH] - Oružane Snage BiH
    Von Popeye im Forum Kriminalität und Militär
    Antworten: 28
    Letzter Beitrag: 05.03.2011, 11:15
  3. Royal Cambodian Armed Forces - Info / Bilder [Kambodscha]
    Von KhmerWarrior im Forum Kriminalität und Militär
    Antworten: 0
    Letzter Beitrag: 09.06.2010, 17:55