Turkey's defense industry agenda 18 - 24 January 2021

The Presidential Adviser on Military Affairs of the Philippines and his accompanying delegation visited the Presidency of Turkish Defence Industries.

TÜBİTAK SAGE announced the successful completion of the Electromagnetic Launching System "SAPAN" project.

ASELSAN announced that it opened a branch in Qatar to support the .

Developed by Sarsılmaz, Turkey’s domestic pistol, the SAR9X Platinum, was awarded the 2020 Editor’s Choice Award of the U.S. based "On Target defense magazine".

The Minister of Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank examined the latest developments at the Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant.

Otokar announced that the second stage of software integration processes and driverless verification tests of the autonomous bus were successfully completed.

FNSS shared footage of it OTTER Rapid Deployable Amphibious Wet Gap Crossing System, carrying Turkey’s domestically developed Altay tank.

A delegation from HAVELSAN visited the capital of Libya, Tripoli and held various meetings.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu discussed defense industry cooperation opportunities between Turkey and Spain with the Spanish Ambassador to Ankara.

Hasan Hüseyin Ertok was assigned as the new General Manager of Türksat.

Joining the Turkish Naval Forces’ inventory on December 11, 2020 under the MELTEM-3 Project, the first P-72 naval patrol aircraft has been commissioned.

The Turkish Armed Forces began to use new camouflages with water-repellent properties, using Nano manufactured fabrics obtained from high-strength yarn.

Turkey's 5th national warship, TCG Istanbul, was launched in ceremony held at the Istanbul Naval Shipyard Command.

The first welding ceremony for the 3rd corvette under the Pakistan MİLGEM Project was held.

Three new generation fırtına howitzers were delivered to the Turkish Armed Forces.

BMC demonstrated the driving and maneuvering capabilities of its armored vehicles to the Turkish Defense Minister Akar and his accompanying delegation.

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