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UNITED STATES OF ISLAM ARMY
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THE GOKTURK KHAGANATE :

HISTORY, CULTURE AND LEGACY 







NEW TURKISH SERIES TELL THE GLORIOUS HISTORY OF SULTAN ALP ARSLAN





ALP ARSLAN

THE BATTLE OF MANZIKERT 





THE BATTLES OF OSMAN GHAZI [1281-1326]











BAIBARS

The Crusaders' Nemesis Documentary






FATIH SULTAN MEHMET "HAN" Belgeseli







THE BATTLES OF MEHMED THE CONQUEROR [1451-1481]






ANGLO TURKISH WAR  1807






BATTLE OF GAZA OTTOMAN EMPIRE WW I




ERDOGAN: TURKIYE AMONG 10 NATIONS ABLE TO LOCALLY BUILD AND MAINTAIN WARSHIPS
https://www.trtworld.com/turkey/erdogan-...hips-53663

Turkiye's first reconnaissance vessel, TCG Ufuk, is built with national engineering capabilities, Turkish President Erdogan says. The vessel can cruise non-stop for 45 days under severe climate and sea conditions, including through international waters. (AA) Turkiye is among 10 countries in the world with the national capabilities to design, build, and maintain a warship, the country's president has said.  Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended the commissioning ceremony of an indigenously built testing and training ship, the TCG Ufuk, at the Istanbul Maritime Shipyard on Friday.

"Our country's first reconnaissance ship, Ufuk, was built via national engineering capabilities," said Erdogan, adding that Turkiye had made a good start to the year with important advances in critical defence industry projects.Built by the Turkish defence industry, the TCG Ufuk is a corvette and the latest addition to the nation's security forces.The vessel can cruise non-stop for 45 days under severe climate and sea conditions, including through international waters.

Defence exports to exceed $4B

In his speech, Erdogan said that thanks to its defence industry purchases and advances, Turkiye had become "a playmaker in its region and a country that spoils the dirty games" of other actors. Emphasising that the number of countries using defence industry products made in Turkiye was increasing every year, Erdogan said, "We expect our defence and aviation exports to exceed $4 billion by the end of this year."  Until recently, the country imported vertical launch systems — the main weapon group of its frigates — but now has homegrown systems, Erdogan underlined.  So far, the country has exported 180 naval platforms to 25 countries, he added.


Navy to be further strengthened Erdogan said that four frigates built domestically under the country's national warship program MILGEM, including the TCG Istanbul, which is currently under construction, would be equipped with indigenous air defence missiles vertical launch systems.He also stressed that Turkiye would further strengthen its navy over the next two years, adding that bidding on its TF-2000 destroyer would begin soon.

"We're putting into service our amphibious ship Anadolu, on which we can conduct air operations with helicopters and UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) that we will deploy, and which will have a striking effect on our sea and air power."  Touching on the country's space-related efforts, Erdogan said, "Our eyes are on space. We continue to work on developing both launch systems and satellite systems in space."




ERDOGAN: TURKIYE's FIRST INDIGENOUS FIGHTER JET TO ROLL OUT IN 2023

https://www.trtworld.com/turkey/erdogan-...2023-53384[/url]

The warplane, called Turkish Fighter, will take its maiden flight in 2025 and will be deployed in 2029, President Erdogan tells a gathering in capital Ankara.  Turkish fighter jet, or TF-X, is the first indigenous aircraft that aims to compete its fifth-generation class warplanes. (AA)

Turkiye's ambitious plans to expand its defence sector have taken a further step with the nation's president announcing the unveiling of the country's first indigenous combat aircraft in 2023.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who attended the opening ceremony for national technologies and new investments in Ankara on Thursday confirmed the timeline for the jet.The warplane, called Turkish Fighter or TF-X, will make its maiden flight in 2025, Erdogan said.

Sixteen factories will operate in the Space and Aerospace Industry Zone in the capital Ankara, an engineering hub for manufacturing the groundbreaking jet fighter.  "It will take its place in the skies in 2029 as the strike force of the Turkish Air Force, after successfully completing its test procedures," said Erdogan.  Some 2,300 engineers involved in the project will carry out their work at this hub, he added.

Country among elite club 


Turkiye is among the elite club of the 10 countries of the world that can design and build their own warships and is also among the top three drone producers, Erdogan said.  

Touting the growth of Turkiye's defence industry over the last two decades, under the rule of his Justice and Development (AK) Party, Erdogan said the number of its defence industry projects topped 750.

Erdogan said their budget also jumped to $75 billion and annual turnover rose to $10 billion.Separately, Turkey is developing its supersonic aircraft, Hurjet, which aims to have both advanced training and light combat capacities. The government is set to complete domestic design and development of the TF-X by 2029, which will replace the aging F-16 fleet of Turkish Air Force.Turkey is planning to keep the TF-X operational in the Turkish Air Force's inventory until 2070s, according to Turkish Aerospace Industry.
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