Ukraine and Turkey advance in their industrial collaboration about Defense

A few days ago, we pointed out the difficulties facing the Turkish defense industry after the interventions of the country's armed forces in Syria, Libya and Azerbaijan, ...

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Is Turkey struggling to find partners for its defense programs?

The development of the Turkish defense industry has been one of the strategic objectives of President RT Erdogan since coming to power in 2003. As such, he granted…

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Will Japan, South Korea and Turkey capture the 5G medium fighter market?

Since the end of the Second World War, 3 countries have traditionally shared the market for light fighters in the West: Great Britain (Vampire, Gnat, Harrier), France (Mystery ...

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Turkish drones to receive satellite link and attract customers

With the Israeli stray ammunition, Israeli drones like the now famous Bayraktar TB2 have undoubtedly shown great efficiency during the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, conflict ...

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Turkey builds new factory for future T-FX fighter jet

The exclusion of Ankara from the F35 program has obviously caused a lot of ink to flow, in Turkey as in the United States. Beyond the political and industrial aspects, the main constraint for the Turkish armies ...

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Despite diplomatic disagreements, Russia and Turkey could cooperate on the TF-X fighter plane

Just over a month ago, we brought you news of Turkey's next-generation fighter aircraft program, the TF-X. Originally designed to allow ...

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TF-X Turkish fighter program continues despite health crisis and diplomatic tensions

Despite the health crisis that is hitting industrialists around the world hard, Turkey's new generation fighter program seems to be continuing to develop normally. Its designer, Turkish Aerospace Industries…

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Japan turns its back on the British for its new generation FX aircraft

Until recently, the British BAe and Rolls-Royce, and to a lesser extent, the Europeans involved in the SCAF project, felt they had a real chance of supporting Tokyo in its program ...

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