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Turkish army mobile base system.
 
Functional base deployable within hours:
 
Cafeteria:
 
Tactical room:
 
Communications room:
 
Turkish girl:
 
Briefing room:
 
Hospital unit:
 


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Anti-terrorist forces:
 


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Type-209 submarines.
 
 
   
 


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Turkey is now opening up a competition for brand new subs at the level of the 214 which is actually in the running, along with DCN and something from kockums
 
Quote Source: Turkish Undersecretariat for Defense Industries; issued Dec. 28, 2006

Undersecretariat for Defense Industries (SSM) of Ministry of National Defense of the Republic of Turkey has issued Request for Proposal for acquisition of six air-independent propulsion (AIP) submarines for the New Type Submarine Project.  

The Request for Proposal for acquisition of six new type submarines can be purchased from SSM by an authorized person delegated by the company (original authorization letter stating the person by name appointed and assigned to get the RFP shall be submitted).  

Fee of the RFP is 10.000 (ten thousand) Euros. This fee shall be deposited to the account of Undersecretariat for Defence Industries (SSM) at “Central Bank of The Republic of Turkey-Ankara (Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Merkez Bankas?-Ankara/TÜRK_YE) 952 732 001 SSDF EURO Account” (“Fee For New Type Submarine Project Request for Proposal for the acquisition of Six New Type Submarines” statement shall be written on the receipt and this receipt shall also be submitted to SSM)  

Request For Proposal can be obtained until 31st of January 2007, 17:00 by local time. 


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F-35 (soon).
 
Notice the Turkish & Canadian flags next to each other. Thumbs%20Up
 


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F 35 is my favorite definately. It looks wonderful.

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Looks wise I'm kind of glad it won over Boeing's X-32. About 5 or so years ago they were showing the US militaires trials on picking either this craft or Boeing's. I remember Boeing went through a few problems, which is why the US Brass chose this one.
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Man, that's a lot of F-16:
 
 
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Originally posted by Hellios Hellios wrote:

Otokar Cobra:
  
 
Otokar Cobra:
 
Production photos:


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UH-60:
 
 
Below is the navy version.
 


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Originally posted by Hellios Hellios wrote:

Man, that's a lot of F-16:
 
Apparently turkey is the third largest user of the f-16 after the US and isreal.
Did you get that photo from f-16.net?


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Originally posted by Leonidas Leonidas wrote:

Did you get that photo from f-16.net?
 
No, I got it from irandefence.net.
 
Below are Turkish forces in Afghanistan...
 
 
 
 
 
Below are Turkish forces in other places like Lebanon, etc.
 
 


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Originally posted by Leonidas Leonidas wrote:

Apparently turkey is the third largest user of the f-16 after the US and isreal. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Turkish F-16 bombs & missiles...
 
Laser-guided bombs:
 
Various missiles:


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F-35 (soon).
 
Notice the Turkish & Canadian flags next to each other. Thumbs%20Up
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Hellios Hellios wrote:

Turkish F-16 bombs & missiles...
 
Various missiles:
 
Here is a major one that Greece hasn't got, unlike most other systems.
This very worthy of more attention and a very big powerful thing. Ouch

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Popeye I Have Nap
Popeye II Have Lite
 
"Turkey initially bought 50 Popeye I missiles for its fleet of F-4s being upgraded at Israel Aircraft Industries. At least 40 Popeye I missiles were delivered to Turkey in 1997 with a second batch of 60 shipped in 1998. In May 1997 Israel and Turkey agreed to jointly produce the Popeye II air-to-ground missile in a deal initially worth about $100 million dollars. The new deal involved a consortium to be established between two Turkish firms and Rafael to jointly produce the Popeye II, a smaller missile with more advanced technology. The Popeye II, also known as the Have Lite, is designed for deployment on fighter aircraft and has a range of 150 kilometers. The Popeye II missiles were expected to be delivered beginning in 2000. The overall Popeye-I and Popeye-II missiles program with Turkey was valued at some $500 million." FAS 

Popeye I
 
Category
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Manufacturer
Rafael Armaments 
City
Haifa, Israel 
Length
480 cm
Span
200 cm
Body
52 cm
Weight
1380 kg
Guidance
Rafael 
Guidance Type
IIR/TV/Data link/INS 
Model
spr. 
Range
110+ km 
Status
Operational in Israel 1985, operational on USAF B-52s 1989. 



Popeye II
 
The so called 'light' version, check out its size with a f-16 for comparison.
A bit better range, more up to date technology, but smaller so these type of aircraft can launch them.



 


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Leonidas,
 
This towed artilley (below) is also excellent.
 
 
Made in Turkey.
 
 
Their self-propelled artillery (Firtina 155) is also excellent.
PzH 2000 is better but Firtina 155 is among the best & it's made in Turkey.
 
 
 
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Various Turkish Special Forces...
 
 
 
 


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Anti-terrorist forces, I think...
 
 
 
 


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