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Naja, es hieß ja "unter anderem" 72 Raketen und 13 Vorrichtungen. Vielleicht ist in den 7,8 Mrd. ja noch mehr enthalten.

Schneemann.
Dann ist ja auf mehr zu hoffen, den 72 Raketen und 13 Werfer sind wirklich eine lächerlich magere Zahl für die horende Summe damit könnte man immerhin an die 70 F35 kaufen oder 4 Aegis Zerstörer oder 800 M1A2 um nur einige Beispiele zu nennen.
Zitat:Turkey Presses Ahead with its Attack Helicopter Project
Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 6 Issue: 178
September 29, 2009 03:33 PM Age: 13 hrs
Category: Eurasia Daily Monitor, Home Page, Military/Security, Turkey
By: Saban Kardas


The test flights of Turkey's national attack helicopters, which will be produced jointly with Italy, were concluded on September 28, producing satisfactory results for Turkish defense officials.

Following a decade of discussions on developing a combat helicopter program, Turkey awarded the bid to produce combat and reconnaissance helicopters to the Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) -the prime contractor- and the Italian AgustaWestland -the subcontractor- in 2007. Under the $3 billion program, 51 (plus 40 optional) helicopters will be produced for the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK). AgustaWestland agreed to transfer technology for the development of Turkey's T-129 ATAK, which will be an improvised version of its A-129 helicopters to meet the Turkish army's specific needs to operate in high altitude mountainous terrain. The first T-129's are scheduled to be delivered to the TSK in 2013 (EDM, June 27, 2008, Today's Zaman, September 29).

Quelle: http://www.jamestown.org/single/?no_cache=1&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=35555&tx_ttnews[backPid]=7&cHash=706de9bb6d

Am 28 September wurde in Mailand der Prototyp P1 des Kampfhubschraubers T-129 getestet. Der T-129 ist eine modifizierte Version des Agusta A-129 Kampfhubschraubers der mit einer stärkeren Turbine, türkischen Bordcomputer, Avionik und Waffensystemen ausgerüstet ist.

Hier ein Video des Testfluges: http://video.turk.net/video/izle/24851/ ... ---MILANO/
Hier ist der Link zu einem kurzen Video über die Fallschirmausbildung türkischer Spezialkraefte im vertikalen Lufttunnel:

http://www.trt.net.tr/Haber/HaberDetay. ... 59f0264b44
Zitat:4 electronic warfare airplanes buy Turkey - E. Venizelos: "Every day we have problems"
10-12-2009 19:02:55 10-12-2009 19:02:55


Turkey launched the acquisition of four (!) Aircraft electronic warfare (EW) with the winner of the competition be announced probably in the spring of 2010.

The total value of the program is estimated to be 450-600 million dollars depending on the configuration. The winner of the program will work with the Turkish electronics company Aselsan.

The system once developed, installed and completed in four aircraft platforms. To obtain these aircraft will take the second contest, which will submit proposals that companies Antonov, Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, and Raytheon.

Quelle: http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... .com&twu=1
Zitat:Turkey Welcomes U.S. Decision to Sell Chinooks
By UMIT ENGINSOY and BURAK EGE BEKDIL
Published: 17 Dec 2009 12:05


ANKARA - Turkish procurement officials Dec. 17 welcomed the U.S. administration's decision to sell 14 CH-47F Chinook heavy lift helicopters to the Turkish Army.

"This deal will greatly boost our military transport capabilities," one official said.

The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), the Pentagon office that coordinates weapons sales, last week notified Congress of the potential sale.

"The government of Turkey has requested a possible sale of 14 CH-47F Chinook helicopters, 32 T55-GA-714A turbine engines, 28 AN/ARC-201E Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Systems, 14 AN/APR-39A(V)1 Radar Signal Detecting Sets, support equipment, special tools and test equipment, spare and repair parts, publications and technical documentation, site survey, personnel training and training equipment, ferry services, U.S. government and contractor technical and logistics support services, and other related elements of logistics support," the DSCA said.

Quelle: http://www.defensenews.com/story.php?i= ... =AME&s=AIR
Zitat:Turkey, Syria to hold joint military exercises

Turkish and Syrian soldiers will hold joint drills this week to enhance border security cooperation, the Turkish General Staff said Monday.

The announcement came as yet another sign of the flourishing ties between the two neighbors who came to the brink of war in the late 1990s after decades of hostility.

The three-day exercises, starting Tuesday at two border outposts on the Turkish side of the frontier, aim to “boost cooperation and confidence between the land forces of the two countries and raise border units’ level of training and ability to work together,” the statement said.

Turkey has significantly improved ties with Syria in recent years, much to the annoyance of Israel, its once close ally with whom relations have badly deteriorated.

The Syrian and Turkish militaries held joint exercises in April last year, stirring criticism from Tel Aviv.

In 1998, Ankara threatened military action if Damascus continued to shelter Abdullah Öcalan, leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, which is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the United States and the European Union.

Tensions eased after Syria expelled Öcalan, paving the way for improved ties

Quelle: http://www.trdefence.com/?p=798
Dieser Link entstammt dem Kurden-Artikel und der vermuteten Gas-Angriff-Geschichte, die ich weiter unten gepostet habe. Mir geht es hier allerdings nicht um evtl. Chemiewaffen-Bestände der Türkei, sondern um dieses Bild, das angeblich im Juni d. J. entstanden ist.

Link: http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/fotos ... 58153.html

Interessant hierbei finde ich das Geschütz im Hintergrund, dessen "Buckel" es recht eindeutig als eine 75-mm-Haubitze M-116 (aus den 1920er Jahren) ausweist.

Ich konnte zunächst kaum glauben, dass diese Waffe noch überhaupt bei irgendwem im Dienst steht (außer zu Zeremonial-Zwecken). Das Bild dürfte aber nicht während einer "Zeremonie" entstanden sein, weswegen ich mal vermute, dass die türkische Armee diese Waffe noch immer aktiv einsetzt, was mir so nicht bekannt war...

Schneemann.
Es gibt ne recht cool Seite, da kann man sowas nachschauen. :wink:
Zitat:Türkei

Pornos für den General

In der Türkei gilt Homosexualität als eine Krankheit, die mit dem Militärdienst unvereinbar ist. Doch vor der Ausmusterung verlangt die Armee Beweise.

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So absurd das man schon wieder drüber lachen muss.
Venturus schrieb:
Zitat:Türkei

Pornos für den General

In der Türkei gilt Homosexualität als eine Krankheit, die mit dem Militärdienst unvereinbar ist. Doch vor der Ausmusterung verlangt die Armee Beweise.

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So absurd das man schon wieder drüber lachen muss.

Und ich muss immer wieder über diese Quelle lachen...
Zitat:Turkey to buy Saudi C-130 cargo planes

Turkish Air Force is preparing to purchase C-130 Hercules transport aircraft from Saudi Arabia.

As a result of close cooperation between the Turkish Air Force Command (HvKK) and Turkey’s Undersecreteriat for Defense Industries (SSM), a total of six C-130E extended-range Hercules cargo transport aircraft are to be purchased from the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) stock that were put on sale on a best-offer basis. Turkey has proposed the most attractive bid by agreeing to pay about $4.4 million per plane on a deal that’s valued $26.3 million. Aircraft manufacturing powerhouse TAI, or Turkish Aerospace Industries A.S., has been commisioned to receive and service the planes to suit Turkish Air Force (TurAF) needs.

SSM and HvKK are hoping to finalize the deal with Saudi Arabia and bring the planes to Turkey by the end of November.

With the addition of six C-130E planes, TurAF will increase its extended range long haul fleet to a total of nineteen aircraft. Other planes of the same category include six C-130Bs and seven C-130Es. This purchase will greatly help Turkey offset some of the negative impacts the country is experiencing from the long delayed Airbus A400M project, which Turkey is a partner to with ten new planes on order.

C-130 Hercules is deemed to be one of the most successful transport aircraft in the history of military aviation and used by more than fifty NATO and allied air forces around the world. Total flight hours for the aircraft exceed 22 million. The very first Lockeed Martin-built C-130 of the TurAF was brought to Turkey in September 16th, 1964 and beared the tail number 63-13186.

TRDEFENCE News

Short URL: http://www.trdefence.com/?p=2425
Video mit dem türkischen Präsidenten Gül bei Uzay Sanayi (TUSAŞ) - Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI).
Im Hintergrund mehrere F-16 (Block50+ ?) und KT-1T in der Montage (sowie Produktion von Teilen der F-35?)
http://www.tccb.gov.tr/haberler/170/784 ... erdir.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uMXuRa6Ymc
(Video) "SOLOTÜRK" Vorführung vor Politiker und Generälen ... geiles painting
Zitat:The Solo Türk is the solo aerobatics display team of the Turkish Air Force using the fighter jet F-16. Like the main aerobatic demonstration team, the Turkish Stars, it presents the maneuver capability and training level of the Turkish pilots.
(zitiert aus Wikipedia *klick*)
dazu http://eng.chinamil.com.cn/news-channel ... 421847.htm
Zitat:100th anniversary of Turkish Air Force celebrated in Ankara

(Source: Xinhua) 2011-04-17

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(Bildbericht)
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110421/ap_ ... helicopter
Zitat:Turkey: Sikorksy wins helicopter contract

By SELCAN HACAOGLU, Associated Press Selcan Hacaoglu, Associated Press – Thu Apr 21, 10:58 am ET

ANKARA, Turkey – U.S. helicopter maker Sikorsky Aircraft won a Turkish contract worth $3.5 billion (2.4 billion euros) on Thursday and the two will now fine tune the final elements of the deal, the defense minister said.

Turkey is expanding its helicopter fleet with attack and utility helicopters, which it uses in battles against autonomy-seeking Kurdish rebels in the rugged southeast.
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http://www.de.rian.ru/security_and_mili ... 10008.html
Zitat:US-Konzern Sikorsky wird 109 Helikopter in die Türkei liefern

21:19 21/04/2011
ANKARA, 21. April (RIA Novosti).

Der US-Konzern Sikorsky hat eine Ausschreibung der türkischen Regierung für sich entschieden und wird 109 Kampfhubschrauber an die Türkei liefern.
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Die Maschinen der Marke T-70 Blackhawk werden im Betrieb Turkish Aerospace Industry (TAI) in Ankara montiert. Die Hubschrauber sind für die Beförderung von Armeepersonal und Militärgütern bestimmt.
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"Kampfhubschrauber" ist mal wieder typisch besch...ne Übersetzung. Militärhubschrauber für diese Transportmaschinen wäre richtiger