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The head of the Greek navy will arrive in Turkey on Monday for a rare visit, becoming the first Greek commander ever to come to the country on an official mission.

Vice Admiral Antonios Antoniadis will hold talks with his Turkish counterpart Ozden Ornek on Tuesday in a meeting closed to the press. He will also visit navy facilities in Istanbul and Golcuk in the northwest of the country before returning, the Turkish navy said in a statement.

Greek commanders have in the past visited Turkey but only for multilatereal meetings hosted by Ankara. Antoniadis will be the first to come for an official visit.

The Greek commander's four-day visit comes against a backdrop of recent accusations between Ankara and Athens over violation of each other's territorial waters in the Aegean Sea which separates the two countries.

Despite a significant rapprochement in recent years, NATO members Turkey and Greece remain at loggerheads over various territorial rights in the Aegean Sea and regularly accuse each other of violations and harassment.

In January 2002, the two neighbors launched closed-door talks to resolve their disputes, but there has so far been no indication of progress.


Quelle:Turkish Press.com
Korruption in der Türkischen Armee



http://www.sueddeutsche.de/,poll2/ausla ... 434/46388/
Ich finds gut die Öffentlichkeit ist sensiberl geworden und das ist auch gut so wehret den anfängen.
Zitat:Turkey’s top defense procurement panel last week set in motion billions of dollars worth of programs, ranging from the long-awaited attack helicopter contest to the purchase of maritime patrol aircraft.

The Defense Industry Executive Committee also decided to suspend a $93 million payment to Israel Military Industries (IMI), Ramat Hasharon, Israel, because of IMI’s delay in delivering a prototype in the Turk-Israeli program to upgrade Turkey’s M60 main battle tanks, Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul said after the panel’s meeting in Ankara Jan. 19.

He also said that Ankara plans to buy 32 utility helicopters for its Army, Navy and Air Force from foreign contractors as well as open contract negotiations with Alenia Aeronautica, Rome, to purchase 10 maritime patrol aircraft (MPAs) in a deal worth $219 million.
Quelle: http://www.defensenews.com/story.php?F=612404&C=europe

Volle Nachricht: http://www.network54.com/Forum/thread?f ... 1106660528
Hoffentlich klärt sich dieser Fall sofort auf und man hat gewissheit was da eigentlich passiert ist das schadet dem Image der TSK.
Turkey Launches Country's First F-35 Program at Smiths Aerospace

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Jan. 25, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Smiths Aerospace (LSE:SMIN) welcomes the integrated engineering team from AYDIN YAZILIM VE ELEKTRONIK SAN A.S. (AYESAS) for Turkey's first F-35 development program. AYESAS is co-locating an engineering team for two years at the Smiths facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S. for the missile remote interface unit (MRIU) development. The MRIU is part of the F-35 weapons control system supplied by Smiths. The MRIU is worth more than $100 million, with Smiths total content on the F-35 in excess of $10 billion over the life of the aircraft.

Smiths Aerospace announced the agreement with AYDIN YAZILIM VE ELEKTRONIK SAN A.S. (AYESAS) to develop mechanical and circuit card subassembly portions of the Missile Remote Interface Unit (MRIU) for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter in October 2003. This agreement is the first development program for Turkish industry following their decision to become an F-35 System Development and Demonstration phase partner. This program is initially valued at $6 million for AYESAS, including delivery of MRIU subassemblies for qualification and flight test. The first development hardware will be delivered in June 2006. Low rate production begins in 2009 at the AYESAS facility in Ankara, Turkey with deliveries expected through 2026. The development and manufacturing phases of the MRIU will be carried out between Turkey and the U.S. More than 5,100 MRIUs are projected for the F-35 market of 2,593 aircraft for the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force. Up to an additional 3,000 aircraft are expected to be sold for export.

About the MRIU: The Missile Remote Interface Unit manages weapons unique interfaces converting them to the MIL-STD-1760 standard weapon interface. The MRIU must power up nearly instantaneously, be lightweight, and operate safely in severe electrical, thermal and vibration environments associated with its location in the weapon bay and on the wings.

Smiths systems on the F-35 are valued at more than $10 billion over the aircraft lifetime and include:


quelle:
http://press.arrivenet.com/bus/article.php/568865.html
Hihihi geileer Link ist das nicht der PKK-Kanal:evil:
Naja,erzähl mal lieber was das englische drunter heißt?
Was echt ? das wusste ich nicht Azrail ich schreib was anderes hin.:evil:
Israel und Türkei verhandeln Rüstungsgeschäft

Israel und die Türkei wollen künftig militärisch stärker zusammenarbeiten. Geplant ist die Modernisierung türkischer Kampfflugzeuge in Israel.

Israel und die Türkei verhandeln über ein umfangreiches Rüstungsgeschäft und die Ausweitung ihrer militärischen Zusammenarbeit. Das meldet die israelische Tageszeitung «Haaretz». Geplant sei, dass Israel 48 türkische Kampfflugzeuge und bis zu 300 Panzer modernisiert.
Das Umbauprogramm habe ein Volumen von rund 1,5 Milliarden US-Dollar. Laut Zeitungsbericht weilte in der vergangenen Woche eine israelischen Delegation in der Türkei, um das Programm abzustimmen.

quelle:http://www.netzeitung.de/ausland/323549.html
Zitat:High-level talks in Ankara lead to new $1.5b arms deals between Turkey, Israel

By Amnon Barzilai



Israel and Turkey are currently discussing further security cooperation that would involve the refurbishment of another 48 of the Turkish air force's F-4 Phantoms and some 200-300 M48 Patton tanks belonging to Turkey's armored corps. Turkey is also looking into the possibility of purchasing Israeli-made Harpy unmanned aerial vehicles.




The potential scope of the arms deals under discussion is estimated at some $1.5 billion.

A Defense Ministry delegation, headed by ministry director general Amos Yaron, was in Turkey last week to meet with senior Turkish Defense Ministry officials, who said they wanted Israel's defense industries to play a part in the modernization of Turkey's military. The series of discussions in Ankara saw the formulation of a joint work program for the two armies in the coming year.
Quelle: http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/533823.html
:wall::wall::wall: Die wollen 200-300 M48 modernisieren???oder hab ich was falsch verstanden???


Hoffentlich klappt das mit der entwicklung eines neuen Kampfpanzers mit Südkorea :daumen:
Lieber M-48 moderniesieren!:rofl::rofl:
So kann man auch sein Geld in den Sand setzen! :daumen:
Ich hoffe das war ein Schreibfehler !
Was soll ,oder kann man am M-48 noch modernisieren ?
Ihr seit bestimmt wegen den Begriff "Patton" auf die M-48 gekommen, die M-60 werden u.a auch als Patton bezeichnet.

http://www.rickard.karoo.net/articles/w ... atton.html