The awareness was there. So was the ambition to make cyber security the country’s “fifth force.” Events in a span of less than two years have shown that Turkey is still too far away from building reliable defenses against cyber threats
Turkey won’t make a decision over its multibillion dollar deal for the construction of its first long-range air and anti-missile defense system before April 24, the centennial of the 1915 events
Turkey’s top defense company is seeking an established role in global markets by expanding its foreign operations, company officials said, as they inaugurated the leading military electronics specialist’s production facility in the Jordanian capital Amman.
It went largely unnoticed in Turkey when the U.S. Congress on Dec. 19, 2014, approved the potential transfer to Taiwan and Mexico of six frigates being decommissioned by the American Navy.
Turkey will increasingly rely on a special non-budgetary fund in financing its multi-billion dollar armaments programs, while budget figures for defense foresee a modest rise for 2015.
Anka and Hürkuş, once the pride of Turkey, have recently become a source of trouble for their producer, TAI, as the delivery dates of the vehicles have been rescheduled amid several problems in production
Turkey’s military and procurement planners are favoring a 'hybrid' approach which they believe will optimize their logistical requirements and help them maintain a fine balance between new and old gear
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