A final decision on Turkey’s disputed contract for the construction of the country’s first long-range air and anti-missile defense system will most likely come in early 2015
The successful production of an indigenous tactical unmanned aerial vehicle developed by a partnership of two privately owned Turkish companies has unwittingly highlighted major delays in a government-run program, the Anka.
The government is planning to consolidate the defense sector by encouraging the presence of fewer but bigger actors that can compete internationally, as part of efforts to boosts exports
Turkish military giant Aselsan and US partners have signaled their intent to win a contract to protect energy pipelines running through Turkey, particularly in the southeast
Believing that the military should only be the end user for operations like logistics, not the supplier as well, army officials are looking to outsource more systems to outside firms.
Turkey might set too ambitious space goals to reach under the slogan of ‘not even space was the limit’ due to a number of technical limitations
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