Turkey's Defense Industry Agenda 19-25 December 2022

Turkey's first jet-powered military aircraft, Hürjet, developed by Turkish Aerospace, left the hangar.

BORAN, a 105-millimeter air-transportable towed howitzer manufactured by the The Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation, entered the TAF inventory.

ARES Shipyard exported 14 Fast Patrol Boats to the Sultanate of Oman.

Albania became the 27th country to purchase Bayraktar TB2 UCAV.

During the Defense Industry Executive Committee Meeting chaired by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, important decisions were taken about 25 projects.

Altınay Defense company signed a cooperation agreement with Malaysian G7 Aerospace company.

HAVELSAN organized a "Quick Gains Workshop" in order to provide significant gains in technology development studies in the short term.

Gökçe, a New Generation Guidance Kit developed by TÜBİTAK SAGE, was successfully test fired by Akıncı UCAV

PROFEN was listed as among the top 10 fastest growing technology companies with a growth rate of 69 percent.

ARES Shipyard signed a contract to supply 12 fast patrol boats to the Turkish Coast Guard Command.

The first images of the Unmanned Combat Aircraft System Anka-3, developed by Turkish Aerospace, were shared.

Technopark Istanbul was given the first prize for the third time in a row in the "Emerging Technology Development Zones" category.

Class certificate of TCG Anadolu amphibious assault ship, built by Sedef Shipyard, was delivered at a ceremony.

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