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cihan
07-15-2006, 06:02 AM
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snark.si
07-15-2006, 06:27 AM
What is on menu in Turkish army kebab,burek,kajmak,kuskus ?

daily666
07-15-2006, 07:57 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/DSC_0273.jpg

Greek and Turkish soldiers? Interesting. Can you provide some more info on that?

Ozymandias
07-15-2006, 01:03 PM
Probably some NATO excersise or other....


http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/14.jpg

Lancers?

Damn man......does anyone have some info about that unit? I am a sucker for cavalry units

Clearday-TRForce
07-16-2006, 05:48 AM
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=523064
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=132064
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Yes, and some little other photos, it is out of military,...."Oludeniz" - choosen "best coast line of world" by Bild Newspaper (Germany)

http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=520618
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cihan
07-18-2006, 07:19 AM
http://www.turkishfighter.com/images/turkishnavals60.jpg

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cihan
07-19-2006, 10:34 AM
TUSAŞ Aerospace Industries, Inc. (TAI),

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/tr/4/47/Tai1.jpg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/tr/8/8a/Tai2.jpg

cihan
07-19-2006, 10:41 AM
ATILGAN

http://www.aselsan.com.tr/images/urun/17-56-14_atilgan01.jpg

BORA

http://www.aselsan.com.tr/images/urun/big/17-49-50_bora01.jpg

http://www.aselsan.com.tr/images/urun/big/10-53-46_tamus_takt_saha_muhabere01.jpg

ARS 2000

http://www.aselsan.com.tr/images/urun/big/17-19-24_ars2000_gozetleme02.jpg

http://www.aselsan.com.tr/images/urun/big/16-56-27_topcu_meteo05.jpg

cihan
07-19-2006, 10:49 AM
Turkey has $10b budget for antiSSBM missiles and joint production with Russia

Turkey has started to open a project for the purchase of anti-SSBM missiles worth $10 billion. The competitive systems are the S-300, Patriot PAC-3, Arrow 2 and the joint production of the S-400 (NATO designation SA-20 Triumf) with Russia.

http://www.tribulation.com/images/russ-300.jpg

http://www.enemyforces.com/missiles/s400_3.jpg

The Defense Ministry will make his choice in the month july 2006.

The request for proposal will include the following requirements for the systems:

-New generation IFF system;
-Ability to fire the missiles when enemy SSBM is launched;
-System must warn Ankara HQ automatically in crisis;
-Missile range must be at least 50km and maximum 300km;

cihan
07-21-2006, 08:18 AM
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/marines8.jpg

cihan
07-21-2006, 08:21 AM
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/T-155FIRTINA.jpg

http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/firtina.jpg

http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/firtina2.jpg

http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/turkishtroops.jpg

http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/atilgan.jpeg

http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/panter3.jpeg

http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/panter1.jpg

cihan
07-21-2006, 08:30 AM
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/Specops12.jpg
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/Specops13.jpg
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/images/sat50.jpg

cihan
07-21-2006, 08:34 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/176698.jpg

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http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/adsz.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/134/bordo_2.jpg

GencKurt
07-21-2006, 01:09 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyP9nD8Yqfw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyP9nD8Yqfw)

Abu_Elvis
07-24-2006, 09:09 AM
Was this posted before? Topic has 100 pages...
Turkish naval commandos on joint exercise with US and Israel
http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/8477/r2bl1.jpg
http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/453/r11pm6.jpg
Turkish naval commando inflatible and israeli patrol boat
http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/6641/r6uq2.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
07-24-2006, 10:22 AM
Who ever goes to Turkey for vacation, must try this. They drive you with a car to the top of the mountain, and you jump with an instructor, and glide to the beach. And it is not too expensive, well worth the money. And for you sailors out there, Turkey has _AMAZING_ winds. About 20-30kt some 6 months a year, very nice people, good food, beautiful coast, great service, top of the line marinas, and not at all expensive... Best sailing in the med, and shoulder to shoulder with caribbean. I am not Turkish, consider this an objective assesment.


Have you tested it before? :) good statement,thanks...


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Nutuk
07-24-2006, 03:21 PM
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Nutuk
07-24-2006, 03:22 PM
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orko_8
07-24-2006, 05:51 PM
http://img473.imageshack.us/img473/4729/539471ek9.jpg

The officer in this picture is the commander of TCG A-1600 Iskenderun.

Clearday-TRForce
07-25-2006, 08:21 AM
Enlarge...

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regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
07-25-2006, 09:18 AM
http://www.nato.int/pictures/2003/030605b/b030605ac.jpg
http://www.mccullagh.org/db9/d30-33/turkish-sahil-guvenlik.jpg
http://www.air-and-space.com/200002%20Red%20Flag/f-16c%20m%20l.jpg
http://img49.imageshack.us/img49/9900/bgedef12232005om9ok.jpg
http://www.isaf6.eurocorps.org/picture_max.php?media_id=326
http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/7804/dscn00845zu.jpg
http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/2811/dscn01265ik.jpg

cihan
07-26-2006, 09:05 AM
http://www.cornerstonearts.com/pictures/Istanbul-2002/1271.jpg

cihan
07-26-2006, 10:10 AM
The RAF commander at Kabul airport (right)
with his Turkish successor as they prepare
for Turkey to take over as ISAF Lead Nation

http://www.operations.mod.uk/fingal/fimages/transfer/apod.jpg

Thunder and lightning greets a
Turkish Air Force transport as it delivers
more Turkish troops to Kabul in
preparation for the transfer of command

http://www.operations.mod.uk/fingal/fimages/transfer/storm.jpg

cihan
07-27-2006, 07:56 AM
FIRTINA PRODUCTION LINE - TURKEY

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y24/nutuk/firtina2.jpg

ASELSAN - COBRA VEHICLES

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y24/nutuk/aselsan1.jpg

TURKISH TOROS MISSILE

http://www.sage.tubitak.gov.tr/siteimages/yetenekler/savasbasligi/toros_deneme_x.jpg

http://www.sage.tubitak.gov.tr/siteimages/yetenekler/savasbasligi/explo.gif

cihan
07-27-2006, 08:53 AM
IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH MILITARY, BUT ...

I AM SURE U WILL LIKE IT ...

ISTANBUL

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b296/warsword/dce525c0.jpg

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b296/warsword/Faruk_ferrariler3.jpg

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b296/warsword/etilercadde.jpg

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b296/warsword/Faruk_gallardo5.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
07-27-2006, 09:08 AM
Dear Cihan,



Thanks for your contrubition to "our" Turkish Armed Forces section. But please keep your job(photos) in military.





thanks bro,
CDTRF

cihan
07-27-2006, 09:17 AM
Slm Clearday bro,

sorry, but those pics look so great. want to share it.

of cos i will continue with "our" miliray pics :-)

thx,

cihan

cihan
07-27-2006, 10:09 AM
nice pictures, u r right

saladin
07-27-2006, 01:49 PM
http://img422.imageshack.us/img422/8508/488photo3ll2uc.gif







Just to make the record straight, it was discussed that these are not turkish. Look at the yellow road line. I don't remember the final decision but I think they were either spanish or korean.

beleg
07-28-2006, 02:46 AM
Dear Saladin,

they are Korean K-9s. Actually a T-155 and K-9 look quite different.
For comparison the images are below ..

T-155
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/30-August-2004-Military-Parade/T155_2.sized.jpg
K-9
http://img422.imageshack.us/img422/8508/488photo3ll2uc.gif

saladin
07-28-2006, 03:01 AM
Dear Saladin,

they are Korean K-9s. Actually a T-155 and K-9 look quite different.
For comparison the images are below ..



Thanks Beleg, Your pictures are always among the best !!!!

cihan
07-28-2006, 09:01 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/19/22.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/73/61Nb0P5h.jpg

http://www.defencetalk.com/pictures/data/3776/zirhli_arac_ailesi1.jpg

Nutuk
07-28-2006, 03:11 PM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v310/Levend/539420.jpg

FN Minimi Para, keske tum catisma bolgelerindeki askerlerimize dagitilsa'da oyle fotograflarda yakisikli gorunmek icin kullanilmasa.

Clearday-TRForce
07-31-2006, 08:24 AM
http://www.birliknet.com/mkportal/modules/gallery/album/a_184.jpg

D-gin
07-31-2006, 09:10 AM
http://www.birliknet.com/mkportal/modules/gallery/album/a_184.jpg

Great photo, does anybody know were I can get some more HIRES photos of Turkish helos.

cihan
07-31-2006, 09:17 AM
SOME PICTURES FROM IDEF 05
http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo24.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo26.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo27.jpg

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http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo39.jpg

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http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo43.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo44.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo45.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo73.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo74.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo75.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo76.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo77.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo78.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo79.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo80.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo105.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo116.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo118.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo120.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo121.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo122.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo123.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo126.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo129.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo130.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo132.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo133.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo1.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo2.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo3.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo5.jpg

http://tuyap.com.tr/webpages/idef07.com/photos/photo6.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
07-31-2006, 03:29 PM
http://www.nato.int/pictures/2003/031120b/b031120bm.jpg
http://img.timeinc.net/time/daily/special/ocalan/images/6.jpg

beleg
08-01-2006, 03:49 AM
Great photo, does anybody know were I can get some more HIRES photos of Turkish helos.

There are a few cool pix in earlier pages of this thread.

You can find a few pix in my TSK gallery as well..

http://gallery.koroshiya.net/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=tolga

Clearday-TRForce
08-01-2006, 04:47 AM
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/35_350.jpg

For bigger one;
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/35.jpg

phoilme
08-01-2006, 05:48 PM
Bad Boys! Great pics. F-4's have been removed from service, correct? I spent some time in Turkey while in the Navy. This was in the '80's. Since then I see you have some Knox Class and Perry Class frigates. Completely professional military. Top Tier.

beleg
08-02-2006, 03:44 AM
54 of F-4s have been (2 have been lost) by IAI and will serve until ~2020 as precision/deep strike bombers using Elta EL/M-2032 SAR/GMT radar , Popeye I Missile / Paveway II & LiteningIII pods.

The remaining F-4s (70) are receiving structural upgrades to extend their service life for a while and will retire in the near future.

Knoxes(3 of them are still in service) will also be retired , Turkish Navies main combatants are 8 Mekos and 8 Perries.

cihan
08-02-2006, 05:27 AM
http://eur.news1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/xp/ap_photo/20060729/all/l2043555.jpg

http://eur.news1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/xp/ap_photo/20060729/all/l2043573.jpg

cihan
08-02-2006, 08:24 AM
http://www.geocities.com/mk_ozkir/ready.jpg

cihan
08-03-2006, 09:04 AM
Turkish Soldier in Istanbul

These soldiers belong to the Ceremonial division of Military Police (Turkish: Askeri Inzibat Toren Kitasi)

These soldiers never make a facial gesture. They just stand still during their duty turn.

http://i1.trekearth.com/photos/33041/turkish_soldier_in_istanbul.jpg

cihan
08-03-2006, 09:11 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/109/BD-Turska-02.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/125/262-1.gif

http://www.milint.com/data/media/188/263-1.gif

leeloo
08-03-2006, 10:07 AM
hey man thnx for phoros

I like this one do you have hi-res



http://www.milint.com/data/media/188/263-1.gif

cihan
08-04-2006, 04:01 AM
ur welcome

sorry, i just have this one.

saladin
08-04-2006, 01:45 PM
I think it is safe to call this as precision flying.

http://img309.imageshack.us/img309/5470/36sg4.th.jpg (http://img309.imageshack.us/img309/5470/36sg4.jpg)

Clearday-TRForce
08-04-2006, 02:31 PM
I think it is safe to call this as precision flying.

http://img309.imageshack.us/img309/5470/36sg4.th.jpg (http://img309.imageshack.us/img309/5470/36sg4.jpg)


oh brother, that is really great photo,thank you for delicious posting stuff. I wait for more from you,Saladin.

saladin
08-04-2006, 03:39 PM
oh brother, that is really great photo,thank you for delicious posting stuff. I wait for more from you,Saladin.

Thanks CTRF,
Most of the credits should go to other forumers who find the pictures originally. However, the below pictures are my founds :)

The Turkish Stars airforce team performs during an airshow at the Mihail Kogalniceanu airbase, near the Black sea port of Constanta, Romania, Saturday July 29, 2006.
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/2489/cimg2671jg4.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/2489/cimg2671jg4.jpg)
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/4055/cimg2722he8.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/4055/cimg2722he8.jpg)
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9682/r767807782ib7.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9682/r767807782ib7.jpg)
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9193/r1353760512dj7.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9193/r1353760512dj7.jpg)
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/8801/r2239822395su1.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/8801/r2239822395su1.jpg)
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/1462/r2919535441dq9.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/1462/r2919535441dq9.jpg)
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/537/r3576767418zm2.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/537/r3576767418zm2.jpg)
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9731/turkishstarssq4.th.jpg (http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9731/turkishstarssq4.jpg)

saladin
08-05-2006, 03:41 AM
This is a strange news item from Yahoo. Apperantly, the caption of the picture was wrong, so somebody sent a correction to *******. However, instead of correcting the caption, Yahoo placed the correction request.
http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/060804/ids_photos_wl/r1152043514.jpg

Anyway, in the picture, UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, left, greets a U.N. Turkish civil police officer at the Haitian police academy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2006.
http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/photo/2006/08/03/PH2006080301569.jpg

The bottomline, apperantly, there are some Turkish policemen training Haitians which was a surprise for me.

saladin
08-05-2006, 03:46 AM
Here are the list of contributions from Turkey to UN peacekeeping missions: (The list doesn't contain UN Mandated Operations, such as ISAF, KFOR etc.)



Turkey`s Contribution and Approach to UN Peacekeeping Operations

Ever since the Korean War, Turkey has been contributing to the UN`s peacekeeping efforts in a committed and concrete manner. As of July 2004, Turkey is taking part in various UN peacekeeping operations around the world with 285 civilian police officers and 7 military observers. Concrete examples of Turkey`s active policy in this field have been her contributions to the second peacekeeping mission sent to Somalia in 1993 - 1994 (UNOSOM-II), to UNPROFOR (UN Protection Force) in the former Yugoslavia in 1995 and subsequently to NATO operations SFOR and KFOR with a battalion in each one. Turkey has sent a troop of 779 soldiers to a multinational force being deployed in Albania in order to provide the fast and secure conveyance of humanitarian aid. Turkey has assigned 5 military officers to UNOMIG (UN Observer Mission in Georgia). She is also providing 2 military officers to the UN Peacekeeping Headquarters within UNMISET (UN Support Mission in East Timor).

Turkey also makes important contributions to civilian police activities which constitute an important part of peacekeeping operations. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey took part in UNIPTF (UN International Police Task Force) with 101 personnel, in order to help the implementation of the Dayton Peace Agreement and provide civil order during the peace process, between March 1996 and December 2002. About 30 Turkish personnel were last assigned to UNIPTF, which has transferred its assignment to the European Union Police Force (EUPF) beginning 1 January 2003. Turkey currently contributes to the EUPF with 6 police officers. Besides her contributions to EUPF, Turkey participates in UNMIK- CIVPOL with 256 civilian police (including correction officers). Turkey has also assigned 6 police officers to UNMISET in East Timor, 7 police officers to UNAMSIL in Sierra Leone, 9 police officers to MONUC - CIVPOL in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 11 police officers to UNOCI in Côte d`Ivoire, 8 police officers to MINUSTAH in Haiti and 1 police officer to ONUB in Burundi.

Turkey is currently also providing 34 police officers for UNMIL (UN Mission in Liberia), which was established on 19 September 2003 and took over the duty from ECOWAS on 1 October 2003. Eventually the number of Turkish police officers in UNMIL will reach 50.

Turkey makes considerable financial contributions to the UN peacekeeping operations and reconstruction activities. Turkey has allocated financial resources to the reconstruction projects in Kosovo and Afghanistan.

A UN Standby Arrangements System is now being established in order to provide the UN with instant peacekeeper deployment ability in case of a threat to international peace and security. Turkey agreed to provide a battalion to the said System in March 1997. Turkey also informed the UN Secretariat that the Turkish Ministry of the Interior would in addition assign a contingent of 100 personnel to the said System.

Clearday-TRForce
08-05-2006, 03:50 AM
indeed, it is strange. I have newly seen it. p-)

cihan
08-07-2006, 06:38 AM
Almanya Elite 2006 Tatbikati

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16D_TUAF_94-0108Tail.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16D_TUAF_93-0693Tail.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16D_TUAF_93-0693_air.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16D_TUAF_89-0042Tail_ground.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16D_TUAF_89-0042Tail.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16C_TUAF_920019Tail.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/TurkishF4Fighter1.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/TUAF_F-4E-2020_1.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/TUAF_F4_2.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/TUAF_F4_1.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/F-4E-2020_TUAF_1.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/F4_TUAF_3.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/F4_TUAF_2.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/37/F4_TUAF_1.jpg

hatbak16
08-08-2006, 01:20 AM
Yeah,there were some great Empires in the world,one of was Ottoman Empire(Turk)...Others Roman Empire,China Empire,Hun Empire (Turk)....


Well as a real "Turkish Mountain Commando",I have found a few photo about Turkish Army...Anyway if I find more I m going to post...

ang Turkish Army Infantry uses G3,MP5,"Keleş-Kalasnikof" for base-use...Turkish SPs use different guns,M16A series,Inter 200 (sniper 2.4km),M4 Carbine,M4/203,HK33,MP5 Navy-Non Navy...

+ bordoberlilerde xm8 ve g36k kullanıyor kardeş onu yazmayı unutmuşsun

cihan
08-08-2006, 10:30 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/41/TransallC160D_TuAF_IstanbulYesilkoy_1079174.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/189/AgustaAB-204AS_Helicopter_TRNavy_Izmir_2001_TCB31.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/73/firtina_2.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/73/firtina2_3.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/f.16_x.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16C_860070_2.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16D_920024.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16D_TURC__roule.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/F16-TR_92-0021TAil.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/TUAF_F16_92-0019Tail.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
08-08-2006, 11:17 AM
Woooohoooooo one of the "non-human" killing machines..."if you see one of them, youre already dead"

**** I AM ALIVE


get back your home s..tty

Clearday-TRForce
08-09-2006, 01:35 AM
http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/f16tiger.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=f16tiger.jpg)----////----http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/turkishstars.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=turkishstars.jpg)

http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/taf.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=taf.jpg)----////----http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/phantom2.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=phantom2.jpg)

http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/f16.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=f16.jpg)----////----http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/c130e.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=c130e.jpg)

http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/f5etiger.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=f5etiger.jpg)----////----http://xs104.xs.to/xs104/06323/stars.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs104&d=06323&f=stars.jpg)



regards,
CDTRF

Anthony91
08-09-2006, 02:09 AM
Dang, those Phantoms sure are puuuurty!!!:D

Clearday-TRForce
08-09-2006, 02:33 AM
Turkish Navy Video
http://www.photomach.com/tacops/video/navaltrmilitary.wmv

Anatolian Eagle Maneeuvres
http://www.tgrthaber.com.tr/tgrt_haber/content/media/2006/04/29/tatbikatt.1.wmv




regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-09-2006, 09:01 AM
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=542711
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=542713
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=400222
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=400223

Clearday-TRForce
08-09-2006, 09:19 AM
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/35_350.jpg
Hi Resolution: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/35.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/31_350.jpg
Hi Resolution: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/31.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/23_T1.jpg
Hi Resolution: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/23.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/22_T1.jpg
Hi Resolution: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/22.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/16-T1.jpg
Hi Resolution: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/16_0.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/20_T1.jpg
Hi Resolution: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/20.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/36_350.jpg
Hi Resolution: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/36.jpg




regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-10-2006, 03:03 AM
Turkish and British Warships
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/JFCN_Images/2006/CoopMako06/DSC_3297.jpg

Aksaz Base
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/JFCN_Images/2006/SNMCMG2%20Flagship/DSC_3101.jpg

A Turkish special reconnaissance Marine in scuba gear, from the 1st Turkish Marine Battalion
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/exercises/COP03/Photo8/D2003-357.jpg

The Turkish submarine TCG Pirireis flies its national flag next to the blue-and-gold flag of Ukraine off Odessa, Ukraine
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/exercises/COP03/Photo10/DSC_%20460.jpg


A Turkish Casa CN-235 operates over the Black Sea off Odessa, Ukraine
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/exercises/COP03/Photo10/DSC_%20486.jpg

The Turkish Submarine TCG Doganay
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/images/2004/Dogfish2004/D2004-0008.jpg


The new flagship of NATO's Standing NRF Mine Countermeasure Group 2, TCG Hasanpasa dressed with signal flags in the military harbour of the Aksaz military base on 2nd June 2006 prior to the change of command ceremony.
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/JFCN_Images/2006/SNMCMG2%20Flagship/DSC_3108.jpg

The flagship of Standing Naval Forces Mediterranean (STANAVFORMED), FGS Schleswig - Holstein, the Spanish STANAVFORMED frigate SPS Extramadura and the Turkish STANAVFORMED frigate TCG Gokceada
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/JFCN_Images/2004/Coop_Partner04/DSC_0906.jpg
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/JFCN_Images/2006/CoopMako06/DSC_3297.jpg
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/images/2004/Dogfish2004/D2004-0055.jpg
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/images/STANAVFORMED/NACSEADAY/N2003-116.jpg

Turkish Underwater Tactical Teams
http://www.nato.int/shape/graphics/2005/10/13/b051013d.jpg

The Turkish Minesweepers TCG Enez, TCG Erdemli, TCG Sapanca, TCG Sigacik and TCG Sariyer, alongside Izmir harbour
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/JFCN_Images/2004/MCMFORSOUTH/E_Damsel_Fair_04/D2004-0409.jpg



regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-10-2006, 11:05 AM
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=545706
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=545705
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=544376

stuntman
08-11-2006, 01:14 AM
Great pics. I never seen a 2seater F16, nice!!!
By the way how old would you say the Turkish military is? Sorry off topic..

Clearday-TRForce
08-11-2006, 10:38 AM
http://xs304.xs.to/xs304/06325/satsas1.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs304&d=06325&f=satsas1.jpg)

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http://xs304.xs.to/xs304/06325/satsas2.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs304&d=06325&f=satsas2.jpg)

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http://xs304.xs.to/xs304/06325/satsas3.jpg.xs.jpg (http://xs.to/xs.php?h=xs304&d=06325&f=satsas3.jpg)

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/05_T1.jpg
Hi res: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/05_A.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/07_2.jpg
Hi res: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/07.jpg


regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-12-2006, 02:03 AM
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/08_2.jpg
Hi res:http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/08.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/017_kucuk.jpg
Hi res:http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/017.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/yakit_ikmali_150.jpg
Hi res:http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/yakit_ikmali__.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/19_T2.jpg
Hi res:http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/19.jpg

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http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/24kucuk.jpg
Hi res:http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/24.jpg

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regards,
CDTRF

saladin
08-12-2006, 03:13 AM
Great pics. I never seen a 2seater F16, nice!!!
By the way how old would you say the Turkish military is? Sorry off topic..

Turkish Army Coat of Arms carries the year 209 BC on it. It is the year Great Hun Empire, Mete Han accessed the throne. Great Hun Empire is the first of the 16 great states Turkish people founded.

The first western style military units actually appeared in the early 19th century. Before that, the Ottoman Empire had its unique military units, the most famous of which was Janissary units. Although each branch of Turkish military is among the first of their kind, (e.g., the airforce started the feasibility studies in 1909 and had first pilots in 1911), the current order of battle, made up of 4 branches (army, airforce, navy and gendarmerie) created in 1949 under the command of Turkish General Staff. In 1982, coast guard is added to four branches. During the peace time, Coast Guard and Gendarmerie serve under the ministery of internal affairs.

stuntman
08-12-2006, 03:21 AM
^Awsome thx so much.. 209 BC dam thats old, I guess you would say they have experience. ***** they trained with Romans and now the United States...lol

Clearday-TRForce
08-12-2006, 03:45 AM
"Turkish Stars" Cockpit Video
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/public/videolar/TURK%20YILDIZLARI%20KOKPIT%20ICI%20CEKIMLERI/1%20MBps/TURK%20YILDIZLARI%20COCKPIT%20ICI%20CEKIMLERI_1%20MBps.asf

"Turkish F16 Video"
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/public/videolar/F%2016/1%20MBps/F16_1%20MBps.asf



The 16 Great Turkish Empires Before The Republic of TURKEY

Flags
http://www.ottomansouvenir.com/General/the_flags.htm


1- "Great Hun Empire" - 204 B.C - 216 A.D


Founder - Mete (Bagatir)
Area - At the north, Siberia; south, Tibet - Kashmir; east, Pacific Ocean; west, Caspian Sea; (Total Area - 18,000,000 Km 2)

2- "West Hun Empire" - 48 - 216 A.D



Founder - Panu
Area - The area over present Central Asia


3- "European Hun Empire" - 275 - 454 A.D



Founder - Muncuk, Oktar, Rua & Aybars (brothers)
Area - Southern Russia, Romania, Northern
Yugoslavia, Hungary, Austria, Chekoslovakia, Southern & Central Germany; The area from eastern France to the Ural mountains; from northern Hungary to the Byzantine Empire; (Total Area - 4,000,000 Km 2)


4- "White Hun Empire" - 420 - 552 A.D



Founder - Aksuvar (Aksungur)
Area - Half of northern India,
Afghanistan, parts of Turkistan (Total Area - 3,500,000 Km 2)


5- "Gokturk Empire" - 552 - 743 A.D



Founder - Bumin Khan (Tumen)
Area - The inacessible valleys of the Altay Mountains (Ergenikon) (Total Area - 18,000,000 Km 2)


6- "Avar Empire" - 562 - 796 A.D



Founder - Bayar Khan
Area - The area between the Volga, Hungary and Bessarabia


7- "Hazar Caspian Empire"


Founder - There are no historical data as to the original founder, however, its greatest ruler was Hakan Yusuf.
Area - The Hazars who are believed to be an offshoot of the Gokturks migrated to the West and formed a state stretching from the Caucasian Mntns to the Danube and to the middle of and Southern Russia.

8- "Uygur Empire" - 740 - 1335 A.D



Founder - Kutlug Bilgekul Khan
Area - Central Asia and Northern Mongolia.


9- "Karahan State" - 932 - 1212 A.D



Founder - Saltuk Bugra Han
Area - All the Trans-Oxus area including the area between the Issyk and Balkash Lakes

10- "Ghaznavid State" - 962 - 1183 A.D



Founder - Alptekin
Area - The area from the Trans-Oxus to the Ganges River, and from the shores of the Caspian to the steppes of the Pamir. (Total Area - 4,700,000 Km 2)

11- "Great Seljuk Empire" - 1040 - 1157 A.D



Founder - Seljuk
Area - At the East, Balkash and Issyk Lakes and the Tarim Derya; At the West, Aegean and the Mediterranean shores; At the North, Aral Lake, Caspian Sea, Caucasian and the Black Sea; At the South, the area including Arabia and the sea Omman. (Total Area - 10,000,000 Km 2)

12- "Harzemsah State"


Founder - Kudrettin Mehmet (Harzemshah)
Area - Persia, Southern Caucasia, Dagistan, Afghanistan and most of Central Asia. (Total Area - 5,000,000 Km 2)

13- "Altinordu State" - 1224 - 1502 A.D



Founder - Batur Han
Area - Eastern Europe, the Western Ural Area, the Crimea and the area to the north of the Volga.


14- "Great Timur Empire" - 1369 - 1501 A.D



Founder - Timur Gurgani
Area - At the West, Balkans; At the North, Volga shores; At the South, Indian Ocean; At the East, Central Asia;

15- "Babur Empire" - 1526 - 1858 A.D



Founder - Babur Shah
Area - Afghanistan and India (Total Area - 2,700,000 Km 2)


16- "Ottoman Empire" - 1299 - 1922 A.D



Founder - Osman Bey
Area - Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Arabia, Jordan, Israel, Syria, Iraq, Anatolia, Caucasia, the Crimea, Bessarabia, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, the Sudan,.....and, the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea were for a time - Turkish Lakes. (Total Area - 20,000,000 Km 2)




regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-14-2006, 04:22 AM
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=547144
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=547117
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=547113



regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-14-2006, 06:00 AM
Thanks for Orko_8's effort.


http://www.hlswilliwaw.com/Turkey/images/Jupiters/IandC%20Team%202%20-%20medium.JPG

Ibrahim 2 Jupiter Missiles, October 1961





best wishes
CDTRF

GREEK71AIRBORNE
08-14-2006, 05:29 PM
http://www.hlswilliwaw.com/Turkey/images/Jupiters/IandC%20Team%202%20-%20medium.JPG

Any info about that??

beleg
08-15-2006, 09:45 AM
Turkish Army Coat of Arms carries the year 209 BC on it. It is the year Great Hun Empire, Mete Han accessed the throne. Great Hun Empire is the first of the 16 great states Turkish people founded.

The first western style military units actually appeared in the early 19th century. Before that, the Ottoman Empire had its unique military units, the most famous of which was Janissary units. Although each branch of Turkish military is among the first of their kind, (e.g., the airforce started the feasibility studies in 1909 and had first pilots in 1911), the current order of battle, made up of 4 branches (army, airforce, navy and gendarmerie) created in 1949 under the command of Turkish General Staff. In 1982, coast guard is added to four branches. During the peace time, Coast Guard and Gendarmerie serve under the ministery of internal affairs.


Adding to these ;
The anceint armies of the Turks had similar military structure to modern armies. The structure was based on units, 10 soldiers commanded by an "onbaşı" literally "head of 10", 100 soldeirs commanded by "yüzbaşı" , "head of 100", 1000 by "binbaşı" "head of 1000". The terms although 2000 years old are still being used, onbaşı equal to corporal , yüzbaşı is liutenant and binbaşı is major.

beleg
08-15-2006, 10:08 AM
http://www.hlswilliwaw.com/Turkey/images/Jupiters/IandC%20Team%202%20-%20medium.JPG

Any info about that??

Its the first nuclear Turkish missile (look at the mushroom cloud)....














ok j/k.. Its a test platform i believe..

orko_8
08-15-2006, 10:52 AM
That's a Jupiter II missile deployed in Turkey in early 1960's and dismantled after Cuban Missile Crisis.





http://www.hlswilliwaw.com/Turkey/images/Jupiters/IandC%20Team%202%20-%20medium.JPG

Any info about that??

3rdMillhouse
08-15-2006, 11:13 AM
Turkey has nukes?!


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regards,
CDTRF


What did these chicks do? Drugs?!

orko_8
08-15-2006, 11:30 AM
They were US missiles.

cihan
08-16-2006, 09:16 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/147/3.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/2.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/j.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/jh..jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/Jh.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/134/Y4P_zelkuvvetlerarmas7gi.jpg

cihan
08-16-2006, 09:18 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/134/Brdo_Bereli_4.jpg

Wamba
08-16-2006, 04:37 PM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/2.jpg
Same unit, same place, 4 guys, 3 different weapons systems: HK33E, M16/203 and AK. Is that normal or just an exceptional case?

Futile Talisman
08-16-2006, 06:08 PM
Turkey has nukes?!




What did these chicks do? Drugs?!

"Natashas" = **********s, probably

saladin
08-16-2006, 10:04 PM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/2.jpg
Same unit, same place, 4 guys, 3 different weapons systems: HK33E, M16/203 and AK. Is that normal or just an exceptional case?
I don't think they are from the same unit. At least, the one with blue hat is a commando. The others are Gendarmerie troops (apperant from the red and blue tag on their uniforms). I don't know the story of these guys and CRTF can help you more since he served in one such unit, but usually M16 is used by the special forces, HK33 and G3 by regular troops and commando units and AK-47 used by some Gendarmerie units. So this picture could have been taken during a joint operation. I don't know why the soldier with blue berret has M16 though.

Here is a list of weapons that are used by the gendarmerie units.

http://www.jandarma.tsk.mil.tr/redirect.htm?url=/genel/silahlaric.htm

saladin
08-16-2006, 10:13 PM
Since we are talking about gendarmerie, here are some pictures from them. Click on them to see full resolution.

http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2572/adml2qt6.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2572/adml2qt6.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/4530/adml3nu2.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/4530/adml3nu2.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/5200/adml8kg1.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/5200/adml8kg1.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/181/adml9ld6.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/181/adml9ld6.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/3903/adml10qx6.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/3903/adml10qx6.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/6646/adml11tl3.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/6646/adml11tl3.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2329/ara2cb1.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2329/ara2cb1.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2474/dag2uo4.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/2474/dag2uo4.jpg)
http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/1364/dag4gt5.th.jpg (http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/1364/dag4gt5.jpg)
http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/408/moto1ue7.th.jpg (http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/408/moto1ue7.jpg)
http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/2671/olayyer1as5.th.jpg (http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/2671/olayyer1as5.jpg)
http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/5126/olayyer2ge9.th.jpg (http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/5126/olayyer2ge9.jpg)
http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/3143/olayyer5zb4.th.jpg (http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/3143/olayyer5zb4.jpg)
http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/5990/tur2hy4.th.jpg (http://img214.imageshack.us/img214/5990/tur2hy4.jpg)

turan8
08-16-2006, 10:25 PM
I don't think they are from the same unit. At least, the one with blue hat is a commando. The others are Gendarmerie troops (apperant from the red and blue tag on their uniforms). I don't know the story of these guys and CRTF can help you more since he served in one such unit, but usually M16 is used by the special forces, HK33 and G3 by regular troops and commando units and AK-47 used by some Gendarmerie units. So this picture could have been taken during a joint operation. I don't know why the soldier with blue berret has M16 though.

Here is a list of weapons that are used by the gendarmerie units.

http://www.jandarma.tsk.mil.tr/redirect.htm?url=/genel/silahlaric.htm

M16=Jandarma
HK33=Turkish Marines
G3=Turkish Army Infantry
AK-47=SAT/SAS and also eastern Jandarma

Clearday-TRForce
08-17-2006, 03:07 AM
Saladin,bro, thanks for pics. These are really great, holy.


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best wishes,
CDTRF

saladin
08-17-2006, 04:51 AM
Thanks CDTRF.

If I'm not mistaken, she is one of the first female NCOs in Turkish army. According to a recent NATO document, Gendarmerie is the only branch of the army with female NCOs. There are around one hundred female graduates each year, so we will see more beautiful faces :)

@turan8, thanks for more precise information. Just as a footnote, I have seen Jandarma with AK-47 in the western parts tool.



Saladin,bro, thanks for pics. These are really great, holy.


http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=98596

Clearday-TRForce
08-17-2006, 07:49 AM
Actually, I have seen that those AK-47s can be used by Gendairme (both regular Gendairme and Commando units, even Special Ops.) and Infantry units in Operations on Mountains of South-East/East province,N.Iraq,W.Iran,N.Syria lands

Such as, I used AK-47,HK-33,G3,MG13,M16,Bixi,Duragunov when I was in military. AK-47 was a very flexible, easy to use gun. We had used it in many operations in N.Iraq territory and Turkish side of region. Especially all of tribemen guards under state contolled use AK-47s.

worrior of the republicTC
08-17-2006, 08:38 AM
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neden türkiyenin tankları bukadar eski bir araştırma yaptım amerikanın bize 50 li 60 lı ve 70 li yıllarda verdikleri tankları kullanıyoruz törenlerde onları kullanıyoruz sanki çok güzeller biretk benim bildiğim yeni gözüken tanklar bizim fırtına tankı ve amerikan belgesel kanalında seyrettiğim bir programda amerikanın yeni abram tankının uranyum uçlu mermeleri ve bahsettiğim satandart bir amerikan tankı ateş ettiğinde mermisi rahatlıkla 3 m60 tankında rahatlıkla geçti siz çok güzel resimler buluyorsunuz ve türkiyeyi tanıtıyorsunuz ama okadar para veriyor üçaklar ve gemiler ve bizim en iyi bırançımız kara kuvvetlerimiz diye tanıtılıyor bu nasıl oluyor. sankı utanmasak 1. dünya ülkelerin askeri müzellerinden tank alıcaz. ben amerikada büyüdüm şu an türkiyedeyim istanbul bizim silahları ordaki müzelerde göre biliyordum ve üzülüyordum. bu arad ben yeni üyeyim ve umarım doğru yere yazdım cevap almak için????:|

Clearday-TRForce
08-17-2006, 09:02 AM
neden türkiyenin tankları bukadar eski bir araştırma yaptım amerikanın bize 50 li 60 lı ve 70 li yıllarda verdikleri tankları kullanıyoruz törenlerde onları kullanıyoruz sanki çok güzeller biretk benim bildiğim yeni gözüken tanklar bizim fırtına tankı ve amerikan belgesel kanalında seyrettiğim bir programda amerikanın yeni abram tankının uranyum uçlu mermeleri ve bahsettiğim satandart bir amerikan tankı ateş ettiğinde mermisi rahatlıkla 3 m60 tankında rahatlıkla geçti siz çok güzel resimler buluyorsunuz ve türkiyeyi tanıtıyorsunuz ama okadar para veriyor üçaklar ve gemiler ve bizim en iyi bırançımız kara kuvvetlerimiz diye tanıtılıyor bu nasıl oluyor. sankı utanmasak 1. dünya ülkelerin askeri müzellerinden tank alıcaz. ben amerikada büyüdüm şu an türkiyedeyim istanbul bizim silahları ordaki müzelerde göre biliyordum ve üzülüyordum. bu arad ben yeni üyeyim ve umarım doğru yere yazdım cevap almak için????:|


Nasıl bir cevap vermem gerektiğini bilemiyorum ama yukarıdaki Fırtına gibi sistemlerin eski,demode olduğunu söylemek doğru bir tespit olmayacağı kanısındayım, ayrıca en yeni sistemlerin hepsini ayrıntısına kadar burada görüntülebilmesi pek mümkün olmayabilir. Türkçe yazdığın için Türkçe cevap verdim, ama burası uluslararası bir forum olduğu için yazdıklarımızı anlamıyacak olan diğer kullanıcılara da hitap etmeliyiz, ayrıca admin tarafından Türkçe kullandığımız için bir uyarı da almamız yakın olabilir.




saygı ve sevgilerimle,
CDTRF

Wamba
08-17-2006, 11:50 AM
Thanks for the info guys.

It always looks to me like a little nightmare for logistics...on the other hand they are all wonderful weapons.

worrior of the republicTC
08-17-2006, 03:33 PM
Nasıl bir cevap vermem gerektiğini bilemiyorum ama yukarıdaki Fırtına gibi sistemlerin eski,demode olduğunu söylemek doğru bir tespit olmayacağı kanısındayım, ayrıca en yeni sistemlerin hepsini ayrıntısına kadar burada görüntülebilmesi pek mümkün olmayabilir. Türkçe yazdığın için Türkçe cevap verdim, ama burası uluslararası bir forum olduğu için yazdıklarımızı anlamıyacak olan diğer kullanıcılara da hitap etmeliyiz, ayrıca admin tarafından Türkçe kullandığımız için bir uyarı da almamız yakın olabilir.




saygı ve sevgilerimle,
CDTRF
thnak for your reply all i want is to ask you if you can find not upgraded old tank that belong to turkish armed froces but if you could find new pictures becuase im making a collection on my pc and i have tried so hard to find some i have literaly looked for hours on the internet but with out any results the reasnon i joined this is to learn more about tsk and too help people learn more about turkise fighting capabilities as a felow kemalist as your self.but i have found one picture of a new turkish tank but its only a projest at the time 2005 türkiye silah fuarında but i dont know how too but the picture on the site if you could tell me how i would love too sher my pictures an knowlge on this topic. and i would like to ask you if you could tell your friend if they could find some picturs of new turkish tanks if there are any plus i dont know how to be apart of the chats on this site i see all of the conversation but i dont know exacktly how i could gete in on it.kusura bak ya senide yorduk ama yardımcı olmak istiyor yani anlıycan katkıda bulunmak ama sohpetler nasıl katılıcam emin değil msn gibi mi başka bir şeye tıklıyım sohpet pencerelerinimi açmalıyım. sincerly yağızcan

saladin
08-17-2006, 03:41 PM
neden türkiyenin tankları bukadar eski bir araştırma yaptım amerikanın bize 50 li 60 lı ve 70 li yıllarda verdikleri tankları kullanıyoruz törenlerde onları kullanıyoruz sanki çok güzeller biretk benim bildiğim yeni gözüken tanklar bizim fırtına tankı ve amerikan belgesel kanalında seyrettiğim bir programda amerikanın yeni abram tankının uranyum uçlu mermeleri ve bahsettiğim satandart bir amerikan tankı ateş ettiğinde mermisi rahatlıkla 3 m60 tankında rahatlıkla geçti siz çok güzel resimler buluyorsunuz ve türkiyeyi tanıtıyorsunuz ama okadar para veriyor üçaklar ve gemiler ve bizim en iyi bırançımız kara kuvvetlerimiz diye tanıtılıyor bu nasıl oluyor. sankı utanmasak 1. dünya ülkelerin askeri müzellerinden tank alıcaz. ben amerikada büyüdüm şu an türkiyedeyim istanbul bizim silahları ordaki müzelerde göre biliyordum ve üzülüyordum. bu arad ben yeni üyeyim ve umarım doğru yere yazdım cevap almak için????:|

Worrior,
First of all, since you have grown up in US, I don't think you made a spelling error on selecting your username (i.e., Warrior) but I found it interesting. Are there any meaning behind it? Edit: I just read your last message. Are you sure you are raised in US?

Second, Firtina is not a tank.

Third, I'm looking forward to visiting a US military museum with F16 Block 50 as the master of their center display.

Fourth, Leopard II4A's are on their way. Sabra III modernizations for M-60s will start soon (which change everything on them except chasis).

Fifth, a next generation tank tender that will build new Turkish MBTs are on their way.

Sixth, I understand that while in Istanbul, you didn't have time look at TUSAS/Aselsan/Havelsan/Kalekalip/Roketsan websites to see new developments. However, you can visit Taskizak shipyards to learn more about Milgem.

Seventh, of course nobody can be compared to US military with $300 Billion budget.


Eight, please read Turkish Savunma and Strategy forum to see where we are at this moment.

The last but not the least, welcome to the forum.

worrior of the republicTC
08-17-2006, 04:03 PM
thank you so much for your reply but i did grow up in the us but i do have spelling erros becuse im disleksik and i havent spoken or written any thing worth while in turkey for 3 to 4 years i came to turkey 4 years ago if you have knowlge of the gverment schools in turkey you might know why ive forgaten my english and i know fırtına is not a tank its a mobail artilery unit i just said tank to be general. thank you for your answer the have been must heplful in feeding my quriasity and yes the MBT's were the tank i was talking about but some times i dont know what to belive in turkey they say there coming but some times its not al ways true and i will look at the site you told me to to get more information on this subject nut i dont know what site the Turkish Savunma and Strategy????

turan8
08-17-2006, 04:13 PM
Actually, I have seen that those AK-47s can be used by Gendairme (both regular Gendairme and Commando units, even Special Ops.) and Infantry units in Operations on Mountains of South-East/East province,N.Iraq,W.Iran,N.Syria lands

Such as, I used AK-47,HK-33,G3,MG13,M16,Bixi,Duragunov when I was in military. AK-47 was a very flexible, easy to use gun. We had used it in many operations in N.Iraq territory and Turkish side of region. Especially all of tribemen guards under state contolled use AK-47s.

As far as my knowledge, the only infantry using AK-47/AKM in Turkey is the special forces branch; all regular infantry that I've seen both in photos and in real life use G-3.

Jandarma however I think you're right may also be using AK-47/AKM in Eastern provinces because it makes the logistics easier, hell, for all we know the AK-47 in the picture may belong to dead PKK guy lol....\

Let's all not forget that Colt opened up a manufacturing plant in Turkey recently, so we may be seeing a lot more M-16A2s and M-4 carbines in the Turkish military in the future, especially Commando units in all branchs, because they have less purchasing restrictions.

umutferhat
08-17-2006, 05:00 PM
When ı saw all tyese photos,again ı am proud of my country and army.nice job to all of who helped such a topic.

worrior of the republicTC
08-17-2006, 05:41 PM
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=213772

http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=61247


KOSOVA-1999
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MAMUSA-1999
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DRAGAJ-1999
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KOSOVA PRIZREN - 1999
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KOSOVA PRIZREN - 1999
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KOSOVA PRIZREN - 1999
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KOSOVA PRIZREN - 1999
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BOSNIA ZENICA - 2005
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BOSNIA - 2005
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thanks for the great pictures even if the world media maihgt look like it dosent like as an most nations these pictures really show how faverd we are in the eyes of the people we have helped we can even see this today the UN lebanan wants us to go to lebanan as peace keeper because were the best nutrual force for the job.and again thanks for the nice picture their going to go in my collection.:)

saladin
08-17-2006, 07:04 PM
thank you so much for your reply but i did grow up in the us but i do have spelling erros becuse im disleksik and i havent spoken or written any thing worth while in turkey for 3 to 4 years i came to turkey 4 years ago if you have knowlge of the gverment schools in turkey you might know why ive forgaten my english and i know fırtına is not a tank its a mobail artilery unit i just said tank to be general. thank you for your answer the have been must heplful in feeding my quriasity and yes the MBT's were the tank i was talking about but some times i dont know what to belive in turkey they say there coming but some times its not al ways true and i will look at the site you told me to to get more information on this subject nut i dont know what site the Turkish Savunma and Strategy????

I'm sorry to hear that. Please accept my apolagies. I didn't mean to disrespect. I really hope that the Turkish writing rules are easier for you. I will send you a PM for the Turkish forum.

worrior of the republicTC
08-18-2006, 05:54 AM
to saladin
no apolagies neden its fine but you sent me a pm my email told me about but when i went to the military photo site i couldnt open it there seems to be a problem it didnt allow me to open it. it told me it will open an new pencere i think so i said ok but it gave me an error do you know why???

worrior of the republicTC
08-18-2006, 06:10 AM
:) :)
Sabra3 prototype for the Turkish army
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y24/nutuk/Sabra3_2.jpg
http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y24/nutuk/sabra3.jpg
i have a question who makes the sabra3 tank when is it coming to turkey and how many of are coming if you do know i would love for you to answer..:)

worrior of the republicTC
08-18-2006, 06:30 AM
dear nutuk the new turkish infentry clothing proposal in 2000 was it accepted because i still see on tv that we use the old clothings???

orko_8
08-18-2006, 07:45 AM
worrior, just a note: I requested your approval of membership to Savunma ve Strateji Forum.

Regards

worrior of the republicTC
08-18-2006, 07:50 AM
thanks! for your efforts i am muck abliged

Clearday-TRForce
08-18-2006, 10:35 AM
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=550410
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=550401

saladin
08-18-2006, 12:05 PM
to saladin
no apolagies neden its fine but you sent me a pm my email told me about but when i went to the military photo site i couldnt open it there seems to be a problem it didnt allow me to open it. it told me it will open an new pencere i think so i said ok but it gave me an error do you know why???
I don't know, but if you PM me your e-mail, I will send you the links in the mail too.

GREEK71AIRBORNE
08-18-2006, 12:19 PM
That's a Jupiter II missile deployed in Turkey in early 1960's and dismantled after Cuban Missile Crisis.

Thanks @Orko! The Turkish Flag on the missile confused me!

turan8
08-18-2006, 02:04 PM
:) :)
i have a question who makes the sabra3 tank when is it coming to turkey and how many of are coming if you do know i would love for you to answer..:)

The Turkish Sabra is already in production in Kayseri and the first one was produced like 5 or 6 months ago I think...

Anyways the deal is to convert 170 M60 tanks to Sabra III standard at the original cost of $670 Million (Roughly $3.9 Million per tank), while production of further tanks will be produced at significantly lower per unit cost; up to 1000 M-60s and M48 (which are just M-60s with 105mm main gun anyways) may be converted this way.

Also the Turkish military plans to produce its own tank using the Sabra technology and Aselan electronics that will be on par with the Abrams or Leopard 2A6 and the Turkish Army has stated that they would want 1000 tanks of this type if the program becomes successful.

worrior of the republicTC
08-18-2006, 03:39 PM
thanks so much for answering my question.its nice to hear that turkish army is getting stronger.before i joined this site i thought we were still at (çanakkale geçilmez hesabında kaldığımızı zannettim) do you when were going to be able to see the new tanks on peraide plus i saw some pics of the 2005 türkieye silah fuar of a leopard 2A6 tank has the turkish army gotten any of those tanks??? thank again

worrior of the republicTC
08-18-2006, 03:40 PM
how do i sende you am PM by useing the site or my own e-mail???

worrior of the republicTC
08-18-2006, 04:04 PM
does the turkish submarines seem smoller then their merikan counter parts or is that just me and do we make them or do we buy them from other countries ????

saladin
08-18-2006, 04:33 PM
how do i sende you am PM by useing the site or my own e-mail???
If you click on my username, saladin , you will see a drop-down menu. The third item row will say "Send a private message to Saladin". Alternatively, just post an e-mail address here so that I can contact you.

saladin
08-18-2006, 09:56 PM
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/38_T1.jpg (http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/38.jpg)

Click on the image for the high resolution version.

saladin
08-18-2006, 10:07 PM
Although each branch of Turkish military is among the first of their kind, (e.g., the airforce started the feasibility studies in 1909 and had first pilots in 1911)....

Here is the very first airplane in the Turkish Airforce


http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/tarihce/ucak_albumu/Resimler/rep.jpg

Robert-Esnold Paletleri (REP), French
Single Engine (three difference configurations, 60/70/80 HP)
Weight: 500kg
Max Speed: 90km/s
Max alt.: 2000m (40-45 minutes required to reach)
Weapons: None
Crew: 1 or 2
Entered the service in 1912. Left the service in 1914.

Other aircraft that served in Turkish Airforce can be found at
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/tarihce/ucak_albumu/TarihceUcakAlbumuAnaSayfa.asp?Sayfa=TarihceUcakAlbumu.htm

turan8
08-18-2006, 11:31 PM
thanks so much for answering my question.its nice to hear that turkish army is getting stronger.before i joined this site i thought we were still at (çanakkale geçilmez hesabında kaldığımızı zannettim) do you when were going to be able to see the new tanks on peraide plus i saw some pics of the 2005 türkieye silah fuar of a leopard 2A6 tank has the turkish army gotten any of those tanks??? thank again

Well, on my icon picture you will see the first Turkish Sabra produced at the Kayseri facility. As far as Leopards, Turkey will not be buying the Leopard 2A6 anytime soon because they're very expensive and because Turkey expect's it's self designed tank to fill this role.

However, Turkey has already bought 298 Leopard 2A4s from Germany and they will be delivered sometime this year and the next (2006-2007). However, the only real difference between the Leopard 2A4 and the 2A6 is the wedge frontal armor and the the L55 cannon. The wedge frontal armor can easily be produced in Turkey thanks to the Sabra program and the L55 cannon isn't needed in Turkey's hilly terrain, so the Leopard 2A4 was actually a good purchasing decision.

Also Turkey purchased 15,000 DM 63 rounds for the 120mm cannons of the Leopard 2A4 and the Sabra. The DM 63 is currently the best non-depleated unranium armor penetrator in existance.

So, yes, Turkey has made large and intelligent purchases recently to upgrade our army.

Clearday-TRForce
08-19-2006, 04:29 AM
Turkish troops secure the area as foreign nationals fleeing Lebanon board a Turkish army warship, 24 July 2006 at Beirut's port.
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/71508710.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=08A8BA3C818346D054E443C1B9BE8568

Turkish special police forces
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/57222434.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=E3A33B54CA52535BB58605021000A61C

Turkish troops secure the area as foreign nationals fleeing Lebanon board a Turkish army warship
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/71508700.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=08A8BA3C818346D087B10DD171CB32A8

http://cache.*****images.com/xc/57215726.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=E3A33B54CA52535BA6674A2A633CB23F

http://cache.*****images.com/xc/56845558.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=AAAB1D3D22B8F28C86DC6AF4C33CD4BB

The Turkish army force's acrobatic team "Turkish Stars" performs during the 82nd anniversary celebration of the Turkish Republic in Ankara
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/56029860.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=AAAB1D3D22B8F28CE5FB17CBBFF5D470

KABUL, AFGHANISTAN: Turkish lieutenant-general, Ethem Erdagi,(C), Italian brigadier-general, Claudio Graziano,(R) and brigadier-general, Umit Dundar salute during a ceremony at the Kabul Multi-National Brigade (KMNB) in Kabul
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/53260072.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=1E6F42FA721B756DF855CC0FB11A3C2B


regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-19-2006, 04:56 AM
Turkish gendarmes stand guard in front of the court
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/71629036.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=08A8BA3C818346D027217EFADB263EB5

Turkish Special Police members are on duty, at Ankara Esenboga airport during the departure of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/71613682.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=08A8BA3C818346D0FC472B0ECC07ACC9

Turkish Soldiers stand at ease 20 July 2006 during a ceremony in N.Cyprus
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/71487867.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=08A8BA3C818346D027C2D0754226B648

Two Turkish special forces members stand at the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline opening ceremony in Ceyhan crude oil terminal near Turkey's southern coastal city of Adana 13 July 2006
http://cache.*****images.com/xc/71430791.jpg?v=1&c=MS_GINS&k=2&d=08A8BA3C818346D0DE966C3B74E9A68B



regards,
CDTRF

ruban90
08-21-2006, 10:00 PM
you can find hot women anywhere...even in Sri Lanka, I bet.
yo u keep being stupid u dumbass y u mocking sri lankans go to miss universe 2006 and see dumbhead sri lankan women r better than ure vodka drinking pale whores
straight up

stuntman
08-22-2006, 12:26 AM
vodka drinking pale whores

But their so much fun...

soldier20
08-22-2006, 04:35 AM
the HK33 and the G3 do they have a big diffrence or is it just that the HK33 just has longer is it becouse of that dont know just a question i never used any of it

soldier20
08-22-2006, 04:38 AM
Well, on my icon picture you will see the first Turkish Sabra produced at the Kayseri facility. As far as Leopards, Turkey will not be buying the Leopard 2A6 anytime soon because they're very expensive and because Turkey expect's it's self designed tank to fill this role.

However, Turkey has already bought 298 Leopard 2A4s from Germany and they will be delivered sometime this year and the next (2006-2007). However, the only real difference between the Leopard 2A4 and the 2A6 is the wedge frontal armor and the the L55 cannon. The wedge frontal armor can easily be produced in Turkey thanks to the Sabra program and the L55 cannon isn't needed in Turkey's hilly terrain, so the Leopard 2A4 was actually a good purchasing decision.

Also Turkey purchased 15,000 DM 63 rounds for the 120mm cannons of the Leopard 2A4 and the Sabra. The DM 63 is currently the best non-depleated unranium armor penetrator in existance.

So, yes, Turkey has made large and intelligent purchases recently to
upgrade our army.


why dont they just sell there older models like the M60 tank and the L1 tanks and then by more L2A's but then again what country would by it.

sorry for 2nd post

soldier20
08-24-2006, 02:23 AM
The Turkish Sabra is already in production in Kayseri and the first one was produced like 5 or 6 months ago I think...

Anyways the deal is to convert 170 M60 tanks to Sabra III standard at the original cost of $670 Million (Roughly $3.9 Million per tank), while production of further tanks will be produced at significantly lower per unit cost; up to 1000 M-60s and M48 (which are just M-60s with 105mm main gun anyways) may be converted this way.

Also the Turkish military plans to produce its own tank using the Sabra technology and Aselan electronics that will be on par with the Abrams or Leopard 2A6 and the Turkish Army has stated that they would want 1000 tanks of this type if the program becomes successful.

so how mutch do's the L2A4 cost and the L2A5 and L2A6

soldier20
08-24-2006, 02:51 AM
just a question can a rocketsan be fitted on the back of a ACV-S well makeing it look similar so the american MLRS is it possible
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siz bunu gordunuzmu

http://www.army-technology.com/projects/cobra/images/cobra1.jpg (http://www.army-technology.com/projects/cobra/index.html#cobra1)
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and check this out this is my tank design

http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showthread.php?t=89366

Clearday-TRForce
08-25-2006, 03:43 AM
http://www.dzkk.tsk.mil.tr/turkce/BASINDUYURULARI/DUYURULAR/milgemDzIndirme/05650003.gif




regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-26-2006, 04:09 AM
Turkish Special Forces secure Formula 1 area

http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=553016
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=552995
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=552994
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=552991
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=552993
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=552992


best wishes,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
08-26-2006, 04:58 AM
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/39-350.jpg
Hi res. :http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/39.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
08-26-2006, 06:29 AM
http://www.dzkk.tsk.mil.tr/turkce/Tatbikatlar/KARADENIZORTAKLIK2006/0028.jpg
http://www.dzkk.tsk.mil.tr/turkce/Tatbikatlar/KARADENIZORTAKLIK2006/0020.jpg
http://www.dzkk.tsk.mil.tr/turkce/Tatbikatlar/stanavformed/TCG_GAZIANTEP_IMG/04.GIF
http://www.dzkk.tsk.mil.tr/turkce/Tatbikatlar/SNMCMG2/TCGEDREMIT_SNMCMG2/10.GIFhttp://www.dzkk.tsk.mil.tr/turkce/Tatbikatlar/SNMCMG2/TCGEDREMIT_SNMCMG2/09.GIF

turkiturki
08-26-2006, 09:30 AM
some of the guys are laughing that turkish army still using old weapons but turkish army use modern and upgraded old weapons. turkish economics are growing now and the government has lots of money and they are funding lots of projects now.they also bought advanced modern weapons. turkish air force is modern now. every f16s are upgraded or being upgraded. navy is modern now.it is the second largest navy in europe after UK. turkish navy are even on military magazines like RAID. our fregats got now modern radar systems and can fire cruismissles very accurately. only the corvettes are old. those are second hand french ships but in modern warfare you dont even need corvette ships but the frigates are up to date. turkey only got 2 problems and that is they needed modern tanks and there air defence sucks. so they bought 300 leopard 2 tanks from germany. those are the main tanks now and NOT M-60 or so but for support they are still using 1000 leopard 1 tanks but those mbts are all upgraded and they are still deadly. some europeans members are laughing because we still using those leo 1 tanks but most of the european countries still using that to. turkey is also planning to buy 1000 more leo 2 tanks but they wanna first improve their air defence because it really sucks. so turkish goverment got 10 billion dollars for that. they got the money now but the problem now is they cant decide which one is better. the patriot PAC III or S-400. what i wanted to say is turkish army got old weapons but they have modern advanced weapons to. its combination of advanced weapons and old but highly upgraded old weapons

turkiturki
08-26-2006, 10:48 AM
you teach your commando's how to fly aircraft and tanks and beyond that they are supposed to be the best commando's in Europe?

I'm sorry but I don't buy it, these are 3 fulltime jobs that do not have any common grounds between them pressed into 1 trainingprogram.

Imo the Turkish military is well on it's way to becoming one of the best armies in Europe but it isn't there by a long shot. Your tanks are outdated (the M60 should be in a museum), your attack aircraft are either outdated or need upgrading (but Turkey is in the Joint Strike Fighter programme right?) and so on and so on.
for now it's just the largest military in Europe and I doubt you'll stand much of a chance against greece, maybe in 10 years or so

well turkey bought 300 leopard 2 tanks. so is not outdated anymore
turkey got lots of f16s and they received upgrades or being upgraded. so not outdated anymore.
and clearly you dont now anything about the turkish military. if you are a rookie ok you dont get the advanced equipment but if you are a veteran you will be equiped with most advanced weapons. trainings are really in high level in turkey. turkish commanders even train israeli and some american soldiers there. i heard it from my cousin. he was in the army

turan8
08-27-2006, 02:59 AM
Well the situation in Turkey is that it uses the military not just as a defensive force, but as a social stabilizer and social contributor.

Many Western countries do not understand and chide Turkey for maintaining a large military and the fact that the military exhibits some level political control inside the Turkish civilian political apparatus. The truth is that Turkey has to deal with social factors that many western nations do not; not the least of which is Islamic fanatism. The military provides an opportunity for Turks to have unity and patriotism outside of the traditional ethnic and religious idenities that usually seperate people in other areas in the middle east and the balkins.

As for questions about the capability of the Turkish military, one has to understand that the Turkish army is structured to deal with local threats and problems with neighbors; it has no need or want to occupy foreign nations as evidenced by Ataturk's willingness to handover almost all of the islands surrounding Turkey to Greece(many of which lay much closer to the Turkey then to the Greek mainland).

Turkey's current capabilities represent its situation as a military in transition from an older NATO style military to a mobile, higher tech model. As such many of it's weapon systems are a mix of high tech new models and older systems. Also many of its weapon systems are interim designs used until newer systems are brought to the fore-front, such as the F-16 Block 52+, the Sabra battle tank, and the HK-33.

Turkey also uses many indigenous vehicles that are of advanced nature such as the Cobra with the unmanned turret, FNSS, and Firtina.

As far as training is concerned, the Turkish military has a fairly unique tradition of high military standards in tactics, strength, endurance, marksmanship, reconnaisense, and other military traits that only the best military nations in the world regularly exhibit such as the UK, USA, and Israel. That is ultimately why Turkey is in such a powerful position amongst its neighbors and not advanced weapon systems and the like; it strives for execellence.

akcay21
08-28-2006, 02:40 PM
excellant photos wonderfull

ottomantürk
08-28-2006, 03:24 PM
HELAL OLSUN KARDEŞİM
thanks for pictures

Clearday-TRForce
08-29-2006, 07:20 AM
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=555665
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=555507
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=554799

soldier20
08-31-2006, 02:31 AM
hey is this the new turkish army logo or is it becouse i havent been seing it for a while http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Kkbrove_yeni.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
08-31-2006, 04:03 AM
Soldier20, It is new Land Forces Logo.



Turkish Kasirga Missile photos;

http://warriorsoul.4t.com/cgi-bin/i/images/kasirga1.jpg
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/cgi-bin/i/images/kasirga2.jpg
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/cgi-bin/i/images/kasirga3.jpg
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/cgi-bin/i/images/kasirga4.jpg
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/cgi-bin/i/images/kasirga5.jpg
http://warriorsoul.4t.com/cgi-bin/i/images/kasirga6.jpg

soldier20
08-31-2006, 04:21 AM
Cleardy-TRForce,i think the kasirga is maybe might be like the patriot missile system well thats what i think it is like

beleg
08-31-2006, 04:35 AM
Its the WS-1A.

IDF-Godzilla
08-31-2006, 04:43 AM
These pictures remind me the Soviet parades.

saladin
08-31-2006, 10:29 AM
I noticed that Turkish SWAT teams, i.e., Ozel Harekat (Special Operation), wear hats with "Operasyon" written on them. Did they changed the name of Ozel Harekat, after all Harekat means Operasyon, i.e., operation.

saladin
08-31-2006, 10:45 AM
I noticed that Turkish SWAT teams, i.e., Ozel Harekat (Special Operation), wear hats with "Operasyon" written on them. Did they changed the name of Ozel Harekat, after all Harekat means Operasyon, i.e., operation.

Nevermind, I think in their coat of arms it says JANDARMA.
http://aafoto.anadoluajansi.com.tr/getFileServlet?sfx=2&arcId=553016

saladin
08-31-2006, 11:59 AM
New TuAF pilots are celebrating their graduation.

http://fotogaleri.hurriyet.com.tr/GalleryImages%5Ci%FEte%20o%20anlar%5C30%20A%F0ustos%20Resepsiyonu'ndan%20%E7arp%FDc%FD%20g%F6r%FCnt%FCler%5C12.jpg
http://fotogaleri.hurriyet.com.tr/GalleryImages%5Ci%FEte%20o%20anlar%5C30%20A%F0ustos%20Resepsiyonu'ndan%20%E7arp%FDc%FD%20g%F6r%FCnt%FCler%5C15.jpg

beleg
08-31-2006, 05:14 PM
Some photographs i took in 30 August Victory Day Celebrations in Istanbul. For hi-res versions and more images visit my gallery @ http://gallery.koroshiya.net/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul

S-70 Blackhawk
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul/CRW_8535.sized.jpg

T-155 Fırtına
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul/CRW_8544.sized.jpg

MLRS
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul/CRW_8539.sized.jpg

Atılgan KMS
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul/CRW_8531.sized.jpg

TR-122 ÇNRA
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul/CRW_8499.sized.jpg

Heinemann
08-31-2006, 05:33 PM
A very cool tattoo but probably against the flag law.

What law is that?

soldier20
08-31-2006, 10:45 PM
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul/CRW_8499.sized.jpg
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul/CRW_8531.sized.jpg


you know im thinking of combineing the rockersan and the acv's together for a 3d model gave me a grate idea that

saladin
08-31-2006, 11:53 PM
What law is that?

http://fotw.vexillum.com/flags/tr-law.html#pro


Article 7 - The Turkish flag shall not be used as torn, unraveled, patched, with holes in it, dirty, faded, wrinkled or in a situation that will bruise its spiritual value.
Except for official oath ceremonies it shall not be used on desks and podiums as a cover for any purpose. It shall not be put on places where people sit or stand. The shape of the flag shall not be made to these places and similar things.
It shall not be worn as a dress or uniform.
Any political party, organization, society, club, association or foundation other than the public associations and those foundations that are determined in the charter shall not use the flag on their emblems, pennants, symbols or similar things that will form base or background on either side.
The Turkish Flag shall not be insulted or shown disrespect by speech, writing, action or any other means.
The flag shall not be torn, burned, thrown or used without care.
Any action that is against this law and the charter shall be prevented and relevant investigation shall be performed.

Clearday-TRForce
09-01-2006, 05:01 AM
Dear Beleg,


Thank you very much for your photo stuff. I think you have more, if it is ok for you, I wait for more than you here, bro.







regards,
CDTRF

Clearday-TRForce
09-02-2006, 01:41 AM
http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k317/PURSAK/WS-1KASIRGA4cp.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
09-02-2006, 02:40 AM
Turkish Kemal Reis TCG F-247 Frigate
http://xs105.xs.to/xs105/06354/F_247_Kemalreis_orko_8_2.jpg

Turkish TCG F-244 Barbaros (MEKO 200TN IIA Barbaros Class) Frigate
http://xs205.xs.to/xs205/06354/F_244_and_F_247_orko_8.JPG

(first two photos taken by Orko_8 album - Black,Grey,White (http://orko8.blogspot.com/))

Turkish TCG F-246 Salihreis Frigate
http://www.nato.int/pictures/2004/040626b/b040626ag.jpg
http://www.nato.int/pictures/2004/040626b/b040626af.jpg
http://www.nato.int/pictures/2004/040626b/b040626am.jpg


regards,
CDTRF

Dr.Bison
09-03-2006, 01:13 PM
Hi,

can anyone please tell me which of the Turkish special forces wear a blue beret? I just can't find any info on that.

Thankx in advance
DB

saladin
09-03-2006, 03:41 PM
Mrs. Julide (the last name was not given to protect her identity) from Istanbul Police Bomb Squad, she is one of three female Bomb Squad members in Turkey:
http://www.milliyet.com.tr/2006/09/03/pazar/resim/axpaz01.jpghttp://www.milliyet.com.tr/2006/09/03/pazar/resim/axpaz012.jpg

orko_8
09-04-2006, 01:41 AM
Hi,

can anyone please tell me which of the Turkish special forces wear a blue beret? I just can't find any info on that.

Thankx in advance
DB

Commando brigades. There are five of them.

soldier20
09-04-2006, 02:06 AM
do you have any video's of the FIRTINA and the PANTER i want to see the power of the turkish made artillery and i was wondering if you can show me mostly turkish made navey ships

Dr.Bison
09-04-2006, 05:40 AM
Thanx to orko_8 for the speedy reply.

orko_8
09-04-2006, 04:12 PM
Thanx to orko_8 for the speedy reply.

You're welcome mate. Check this out for pic's of various branches of Turkish special / elite forces: http://www.milint.com/categories.php?cat_id=6&sessionid=7c3d117bdb480b7d2c12683e757e71a0

Some info regarding Turkish special / elite forces (in case you don't have)

SAT: Su Alti Taarruz (Underwater Demolition): Equivalent of Navy SEAL's. Under command of Navy.

SAS: Su Alti Savunma (Underwater Defense): Skilled at EOD, underwater engineering etc. Under command of Navy.

JOAK: Jandarma Ozel Asayis Komutanligi (Gendarmerie Special Security Command): Special Operations division of Gendarmerine. It's size is roughly equivalent to regiment level.

JOH: Jandarma Ozel Harekat (Gendarmerie Special Operations). Consists of selected volunteer conscripts.

OKK: Ozel Kuvvetler Komutanligi (Special Forces Command): Name says it all: It's under direct command of General Staff. They are commonly known as "Bordo Bereliler" (Red [Maroon] Berets). Recently their size has been increased up to corps level.
MAK: Muharebe Arama Kurtarma (Combat Search and Rescue): Under OKK structure, skilled in CSAR/SAR missions as well as deep penetration operations.

DAK: Dogal Afet Arama Kurtarma (Natural Disaster Search and Rescue): Under OKK structure, skilled in disaster relief and search and rescue operations. Their last operation was in Pakistan.
Komando: (Commando). Commonly known as "Mavi Bereliler" (Blue Berets). They consist of conscripts. There are 5 independent commando brigades.

Hava Indirme Komando (Airborne Commando): There is an independent airborne commando brigade stationed in Kayseri.

Amfibi Deniz Piyade (Amphibious Marine): Stationed in Izmir, Eski Foca, Turkish Navy has one marine brigade, which has been in a vast modernization and reorganization process with LPD, LST, fast-LCT projects on the desk.

POH: Polis Ozel Harekat (Police Special Operations): Equivalent of SWAT.


All of the above units, even the marine brigade, have been heavily involved in the struggle against seperatist terrorist organization, PKK.

Cheers,

soldier20
09-05-2006, 04:00 AM
im a turk and from australia i havent served the turkish army yeat and cant they pay for my airoplane ticket for me

orko_8
09-05-2006, 04:13 AM
im a turk and from australia i havent served the turkish army yeat and cant they pay for my airoplane ticket for me

I don't think that's possible, but I advise you to go to the nearest Turkish Embassy and tell them your situation. It might also be a good idea to send an e-mail to conscription office: http://www.asal.msb.gov.tr/

soldier20
09-05-2006, 04:21 AM
yeah thanks for that i hope they issue me a HK33 instead of a HK-G3 hah lol

calimero2
09-06-2006, 02:45 PM
do you have any video's of the FIRTINA and the PANTER i want to see the power of the turkish made artillery

I wouldn't call them "Turkish made" since the Firtina is a modified South-Korean K9 and the Panter is virtually identical to Singapore's FH-2000.

calimero2
09-06-2006, 02:57 PM
Some photographs i took in 30 August Victory Day Celebrations in Istanbul. For hi-res versions and more images visit my gallery @ http://gallery.koroshiya.net/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=Victory-Day-30-08-2006-Istanbul


Very nice Beleg! I noticed that the Turkish army uses Volat trucks from Byelarus, quite interesting. Does anyone know what model they are?

calimero2
09-06-2006, 03:11 PM
We have heard something in the tv news, there is a new missile system made by national resources,Turkey among the parade, called Kasirga Missile. I hope someone give the details of this missile.

Kasirga is the Turkish name for the Chinese-made 320mm rocket (not missile) launch system Wei Shi-1. I understand that the Turkish army has 24 WS-1 batteries, 5 of which were locally produced. Each rocket has a range of 80 km (some sources say 100).
A battery normally consists of 6-9 launch trucks HF-4, an equal number of resupply-trucks with crane QY-88B and a fire control vehicle DZ-88B.

soldier20
09-06-2006, 10:35 PM
calimero2 which nation are you from if you know so much about turkish tech

saladin
09-07-2006, 12:05 AM
I wouldn't call them "Turkish made" since the Firtina is a modified South-Korean K9 and the Panter is virtually identical to Singapore's FH-2000.
Technically, they are Turkish made if not Turkish designed :)

saladin
09-07-2006, 12:13 AM
Kasirga is the Turkish name for the Chinese-made 320mm rocket (not missile) launch system Wei Shi-1. I understand that the Turkish army has 24 WS-1 batteries, 5 of which were locally produced. Each rocket has a range of 80 km (some sources say 100).
A battery normally consists of 6-9 launch trucks HF-4, an equal number of resupply-trucks with crane QY-88B and a fire control vehicle DZ-88B.

Very interesting information. Because, the only article I remember reading related to WS-1 was Greek origin. They mentioned that Turkey purchased 5 WS-1s in late 1990s. I never heard that 24 were bought. Additionally, it was discussed in Turkish forums that there are around 100 WS-1 launch batteries. So I guess it lies within your 24-battery declaration. Still, I wonder about your sources.

saladin
09-07-2006, 12:18 AM
Very nice Beleg! I noticed that the Turkish army uses Volat trucks from Byelarus, quite interesting. Does anyone know what model they are?

Tolga from Savunma ve Strateji just posted a message about Volats in Turkish army. I think his pictures were for Turkish army but I may be wrong. Here they are.
http://www.mzkt.by/images/machine/742952+93783.jpg
http://www.mzkt.by/images/machine/742952+93783.gif
http://www.mzkt.by/images/machine/93783.jpg

He told that the Mercedes trucks Turkish army used earlier were not satisfactory.
http://www.mercedes.com.tr/NR/rdonlyres/41103C57-C2F9-40BC-8366-60FFFEB341ED/0/3343AS02.jpg

soldier20
09-07-2006, 12:45 AM
so what kindes of weapons do we supply our own army with plz give me a list that we produce for the army

calimero2
09-07-2006, 01:27 AM
Very interesting information. Because, the only article I remember reading related to WS-1 was Greek origin. They mentioned that Turkey purchased 5 WS-1s in late 1990s. I never heard that 24 were bought. Additionally, it was discussed in Turkish forums that there are around 100 WS-1 launch batteries. So I guess it lies within your 24-battery declaration. Still, I wonder about your sources.

Unfortnately I don't remember the source and if anybody has more accurate information, feel free to share with us. Here's some more about the WS-1/Kasirga and WS-1B/Jaguar:

http://pakistanidefenceforum.com/index.php?showtopic=58666

calimero2
09-07-2006, 01:41 AM
calimero2 which nation are you from if you know so much about turkish tech

I don't know that much; I find my info in open sources like Jane's etc.

calimero2
09-07-2006, 01:54 AM
they are Korean K-9s. Actually a T-155 and K-9 look quite different. For comparison the images are below ..

I noticed that the Firtina doesn't have the panoramic sight in the front left corner of the turret roof, as can be found on the K9 but also the M109 series. How does the gunner lay the gun? Is everything done automaticaly, without a back-up system?

calimero2
09-07-2006, 01:57 AM
And another question. Can someone provide me with a picture of the Turkish-made RN-94 ambulance? I read that Bangladesh purchased 9 of these last year and all I can find are pictures of the APC, IFV and mortar carrier versions. Thanks in advance.

Clearday-TRForce
09-07-2006, 02:19 AM
Korean K9
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/row/k-9-222.jpg

Turkish T-155 Firtina 155mm L52 SP Howitser
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJu7DIeJo4A

WS1
http://www.kanwa.com/english/981230c.html

saladin
09-09-2006, 01:30 PM
In a recent tragedy, two mountanier died at Mount Ararat. 9 members of 11 strong Italian mountaineering team were rescued earlier but the two remaining members couldn't be found before. After the initial report at 11:45am, Turkish Army SAR helicopter (S70) started the search operation at 12:00pm. Shortly after that, the helicopter found the body of one mountanier and lifted him at 5050m (15,600 feet). The second missing person's body was also found but due to severe weather conditions couldn't be lifted. When the weather permitted at 17:27, the SAR helicopter returned back to the location and lifted the body at 5075m. (15,750 feet).

Earlier, a Turkish S70 rescued the mountanieers at high altitude of 11,000 feet and cited by Sikorsky, however, the record for the highest attitude rescue belonged to a Cougar S32 team which rescued American Mountanier John Thomas McIntosh at 14,000 feet at Mount Ararat. The latest operation represents the highest altitude achieved by Turkish SAR teams so far at 5075 m (15,750 feet), just 90 meters below the top of the Mount Ararat, the highest point in Turkey.

Click on the picture below for high resolution image (I think this is from one of the earlier operations).
http://img304.imageshack.us/img304/7131/resimru8.th.jpg (http://img304.imageshack.us/img304/7131/resimru8.jpg)

Credits go to Warrior at Turkish S&S Forum for finding the press release.
http://www.tsk.mil.tr/haberler_olaylar/tsk_arama_kurtarma_faaliyetleri/2006/akf01.htm

soldier20
09-12-2006, 04:02 AM
i got a question i always wonder how long would the turkish still be useing the standard G3 rifle will they be changing it soon to like HKG36 or not

stimpy0815
09-12-2006, 04:47 AM
well,they are currently producing the HK G33,which was to replace the G3,but the turkish soldier were not pleased with it,most because of the less powerful punch of the 5,56 mm ammo.but there is a program from Kalekalip,which started to design a new rifle for the turkish forces, but i don´t have any more infos.

beleg
09-12-2006, 03:27 PM
Dear Beleg,


Thank you very much for your photo stuff. I think you have more, if it is ok for you, I wait for more than you here, bro.

regards,
CDTRF

Dear brother,
You are welcome.I am sorry for replying so late since i was in holiday didnt have time to read forums.

You know that i contribute iwth the pictures i take to many national and international forums. I dont really care if people use my pictures in their sites, publish in forums. Photographs are for being taken and for being shared. But as all photographers i jave just one request, use my pictures only with my knowledge (i will never say no to anyone who kindly ask) and do not alter them in any form (i.e. remove any logos, text i put in images). This is a basic principle, which i believe all gentlemen shouldnt find too hard to agree, after all i never put hugewatermarks in my images which i believe destroys the whole point of sharing images.

I wish the person who used my image below in an un-altered form. The idiot actually made the image look uglier. Had he asked me i would have provided him with a higher resoulution one. Maybe its not the place to write complaints about this kind of stuff but i rather spill it out than keeping it in.

http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/2464/461photo8sk.gif


Please feel free to post the images in my gallery in this forum, since i dont have much time i dont think i can do it.

daily666
09-12-2006, 04:32 PM
Merhaba you guys, nice pics! Tesekkurler ,:D


btw. my Mom is coming back from Turkey tomorrow ;)

saladin
09-12-2006, 05:53 PM
Dear beleg,
Although I hate to see your very nice pictures ruined, I think you should consider putting some (transparent) watermarks at the center of the image, like AAs. That way, noone can actually remove your name without making the center of the image gone.

I don't know which tool you are using but GIMP is pretty good for image manipulation.

Dear brother,
knowledge (i will never say no to anyone who kindly ask) and do not alter them in any form (i.e. remove any logos, text i put in images). This is a basic

beleg
09-13-2006, 07:06 AM
Dear saladin,
Although i have GIMP, I am a Photoshop user. I could have put such watermark logos on images but i find them quite annoying since i am not a professional but amateur for now. Perhaps i will just reduce the pixel size of the images.

soldier20
09-14-2006, 12:56 AM
i know how to use photoshop to look at my Avatar i didnt finde it i made it in photoshop with the the turkish flag and the L2A5 as a background and i just mest around with the tranceperacey into multiply or darken or screen

cihan
09-14-2006, 09:22 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/6.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/147/milint-HavaMuzesiSilahlar.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/238291.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/147/yemin4.jpg




http://www.milint.com/data/media/147/SALON.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/147/41.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/CGp_07092006x002x.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/07092006.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/VOLAT_EKC3_cp.jpg

Wamba
09-14-2006, 11:39 AM
Very nice pics Cihan!

Do you have any info on which unit is this guy from. Commando, SAT, SAS...or just a regular Marine?

http://www.milint.com/data/media/227/07092006.jpg

beleg
09-14-2006, 04:51 PM
He is dressed like an officer , more than his unit i wonder where the photo is taken.

soldier20
09-15-2006, 12:46 AM
wow so instead of the G3 the army now uses the HK33 as a standard rifle

beleg
09-15-2006, 04:57 AM
He might be a marine officer as well. AFAIK marines do use the HK.. Dont know if they wear the regular infantry camo tho..

cihan
09-15-2006, 06:07 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/163/milint_F243_IMG_2266.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/163/milint_F243_IMG_2267.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/163/milint-F243_IMG_2268.jpg

cihan
09-15-2006, 06:10 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/164/IMG_2265-wow.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/164/IMG_2261-wow.jpg

cihan
09-15-2006, 06:12 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/165/tcggkova6copycm4.jpg

cihan
09-15-2006, 06:17 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/5/42966.jpg

saladin
09-18-2006, 12:36 PM
http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/rids/20060918/i/r2242914721.jpg
Turkish soldiers from the NATO-led international peacekeeping force arrive at the site of a suicide bomb attack in Kabul, September 17, 2006.

soldier20
09-19-2006, 12:12 AM
it would be good if the army upgraded there leo-1's with reactive armoure

IDF-Godzilla
09-19-2006, 12:39 AM
What is the current status of Turkish tank program, i mean, will it be the Sabre from Israel or the Leclerc from GIAT?

soldier20
09-19-2006, 12:41 AM
what i fought there new tanks are L2 and i dont like the sabra turret it looks to big that its easy to see and destroy well thats my opinion

cihan
09-19-2006, 09:34 AM
ANITKABIR

http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/antkabir.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
09-19-2006, 09:41 AM
ANITKABIR

http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/antkabir.jpg



http://209.85.12.234/1097/190/emo/bowdown.gif

cihan
09-19-2006, 10:05 AM
http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/30-August-2004-Military-Parade/M52T_1.jpg

http://gallery.koroshiya.net/albums/30-August-2004-Military-Parade/M110_2.jpg

cihan
09-19-2006, 10:07 AM
http://www.tsk.mil.tr/galeri/images/34.jpg

http://www.airiz.nato.int/Multimedia/ExercisePhotos/2004/NAM04/996F4916web.jpg

http://www.airiz.nato.int/Multimedia/ExercisePhotos/2004/NAM04/996F6856.jpg

cihan
09-19-2006, 10:14 AM
http://www.atauni.edu.tr/ataturk/ataresim/buyukler/ATA%20(29).jpg

soldier20
09-21-2006, 02:32 AM
i was wondering when will we get to see the turkish L2

cihan
09-21-2006, 04:00 AM
better we produce our own main battle tank.

http://www.milint.com/data/media/133/satdemostrsyonho5.jpg

cihan
09-21-2006, 06:44 AM
Airbases Turkey

Mersifon:

http://img47.imageshack.us/img47/2299/hangarmersifonsg9.jpg

Incirlik

http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/5298/incirlikbi6.jpg

Izmir 1:

http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/8171/izmirjetslr5.jpg

Izmir 2:

http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/963/izmirtrainerie2.jpg

Kayseri:

http://img101.imageshack.us/img101/6526/kayserizp5.jpg

Konya:

http://img238.imageshack.us/img238/1032/konyaf5zo4.jpg

Malatya:

http://img83.imageshack.us/img83/9547/malatyaf4cd8.jpg

Ankara:

http://img159.imageshack.us/img159/5459/ankara2gk8.jpg

Marinebase Izmir:

http://img159.imageshack.us/img159/4359/izmirmarinepk4.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
09-21-2006, 08:51 AM
http://www.mccullagh.org/db9/d30-33/turkish-sahil-guvenlik.jpg

cihan
09-21-2006, 10:53 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/36/hafta_07.jpg

Clearday-TRForce
09-22-2006, 04:11 AM
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/40-350.jpg
Hi Res: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/40.jpg

http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/42_350.jpg
Hi Res: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/42.jpg

http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/43_T1.jpg
Hi Res: http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/43.jpg




regards,
CDTRF

cihan
09-22-2006, 05:24 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/trk_birlii_4.jpg

cihan
09-22-2006, 05:28 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/165/tcg_gaziantep.gif

cihan
09-22-2006, 05:29 AM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/soldier_of_turkish.jpg

cihan
09-22-2006, 05:53 AM
...............................

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 11:42 AM
Turkish Sniper Soldiers
Yours Respectfully Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141208/vPT_001.JPG

http://www.resimload.com/141208/ekj_005.JPG

Daha Detaylı Resimler İçin; www.birliknet.com (http://www.birliknet.com)

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 12:04 PM
Turkish Private Strenghtening.
Turkish Sniper Soldier.
Yours Respectfully Zalim


http://www.resimload.com/141208/fhf_003.JPG

http://www.resimload.com/141208/f0d_007.JPG

http://www.resimload.com/141208/uNv_008.JPG

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 12:09 PM
Turkish Sniper Soldiers. Zalim


http://www.resimload.com/141208/2Gm_009.JPG

http://www.resimload.com/141208/xE_010.JPG

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 12:13 PM
Turkis Sniper Soldiers. Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141208/9ys_012.jpg

http://www.resimload.com/141208/kJr_011.JPG

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 12:18 PM
Turkish Sniper Soldiers. Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141208/IeI_013.JPG

http://www.resimload.com/141208/8p_014.JPG

http://www.resimload.com/141208/4gH_008.JPG

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 12:54 PM
Turkey
http://img137.imageshack.us/img137/9241/turkiyeji9ki6.gif
http://img137.imageshack.us/img137/824/trkiyem6xnio1.gif
http://www.resimload.com/141129/H5y_r.jpg

Zalim

saladin
09-22-2006, 01:30 PM
Thanks Zalim for the pictures you have posted.

By the way, on the top flag , it says "Love it, or leave it" (Ya sev, ya terket). In Turkey, that slogan was used by ultra-nationalists at the end of 1990s.

When I was visiting New York a couple of years after 9/11, I have seen the exact slogan with an American Flag on one of the construction trucks. You can see my surprise. I wonder if the driver was an ultra-nationalist Turk :) I guess it is one of the most common slogans around the world though.

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 01:55 PM
Thanks Zalim for the pictures you have posted.

By the way, on the top flag , it says "Love it, or leave it" (Ya sev, ya terket). In Turkey, that slogan was used by ultra-nationalists at the end of 1990s.

When I was visiting New York a couple of years after 9/11, I have seen the exact slogan with an American Flag on one of the construction trucks. You can see my surprise. I wonder if the driver was an ultra-nationalist Turk :) I guess it is one of the most common slogans around the world though.

bende bizim forumdan buraya bayrak resimlerini koydum. ben yeni üye oldum 3 gündür.
bundan sonra beni fazla rastlayabilirsiniz. kusura bakmayın fazla ingilizce yazamıyorum ama ne yazdıgınız okuyorum. Hersey için Tesekkürler.
Zalim.

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 01:58 PM
Türkish Red Beret Soldiers. Yours Respectfully Zalim

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Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 02:01 PM
Turkish Red Beret Soldiers. Yours Respectfully Zalim

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Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 02:04 PM
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Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 02:07 PM
Turkish Red Beret Soldiers. Yours Respectfully Zalim

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Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 02:11 PM
Turkish Red Berets. Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141110/9I9_tr.jpg

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 02:13 PM
Turkish Private Forces. Zalim

http://tkfiles.storage.msn.com/x1pxzZ39wV--_cBApW2REl710uDmcLzDe9yJ2E_ltpajJ5_31akKsHuIADcGsHr-tey6-nhgoNZrgHFKPJZU3pE8oWnXQGq_cFcsXFVITv5ebl63GcoYgxDnfSr1nNiYO4FJsq-cDrEZq4

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 02:17 PM
Turkish Red Berets Amblem. Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141101/NOJ_sss.JPG

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 03:01 PM
Turkish Sniper Soldiers. Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141208/0BD_a_49.jpg

saladin
09-22-2006, 03:28 PM
I was hoping that Zafer Buna would have submitted this picture here. My heart couldn't leave such a beautiful picture unpublished so I'm putting the link to tayyareci.com.

Click on the picture below to reach the high resolution version of this beautiful photo.
http://www.tayyareci.com/ucakfoto/hafta_thumbs/hafta_08_350.png (http://www.tayyareci.com/ucakfoto/hafta_foto.htm)

If you are wondering about the fortress, that is Maiden's Castle in Mersin.
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=36.73278,+34.64417&ie=UTF8&om=1&z=17&ll=36.457456,34.147493&spn=0.004755,0.014076&t=h&iwloc=A

Here is a brief info from mersina.com


60 kms from Mersin, to the west is the ancient city Korykos, which is now the resort town of Kizkalesi, with sandy beaches and camping sites. There are important remains which are symbols of that region like The Castle of Korykos on the beach faces the Kizkalesi (Maiden's Castle) which stands on an islet 200 m offshore. The two castles once used to be joined by a sea wall but now they are separated.

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 04:00 PM
Turkish Red Berets. Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141026/6aJ_bordoo.bmp

Turkish Sniper Soldier


http://www.resimload.com/141210/xGL_Specops14.jpg

Nick_Karatzides
09-22-2006, 04:45 PM
Turkish Air Force
F-5A Freedom Fighter female pilot


This THK female F-5A 133th Sqdr pilot is 2nd LT Ayfer Gok. Unfortunatelly, she killed on 12nd February 2001 while only 24 years old. She was the first female THK pilot died in a plane crash. Her parachute was found on a tree which was 700 metres away from the wreckage of the plane. She may rest in peace.


Click on thumbnails to maximize in original size

http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/8062/femalef16pilot06iy9.th.jpg (http://img64.imageshack.us/my.php?image=femalef16pilot06iy9.jpg) http://img125.imageshack.us/img125/1561/femalef16pilot07ec6.th.jpg (http://img125.imageshack.us/my.php?image=femalef16pilot07ec6.jpg)

http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/8062/femalef16pilot06iy9.jpg

http://img125.imageshack.us/img125/1561/femalef16pilot07ec6.jpg

Zalim_NasaH
09-22-2006, 05:02 PM
Turkish Gendarme Private Public Onder Team. Zalim

http://www.resimload.com/141208/cy4_Joak.JPG

http://www.resimload.com/141208/34o_Joak.JPG

cihan
09-23-2006, 01:37 PM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/196/UT0117078.jpg

cihan
09-23-2006, 01:38 PM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/196/UT0112975.jpg

cihan
09-23-2006, 01:43 PM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/196/UT0111521.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/196/DWF15-1053591.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/196/42-16016838.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/221/mke.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/221/mke.jpg2.jpg

cihan
09-23-2006, 01:45 PM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/556153.jpg

http://www.milint.com/data/media/26/556155.jpg

cihan
09-23-2006, 01:46 PM
http://www.milint.com/data/media/220/IMGP1433.jpg

Zalim_NasaH
09-23-2006, 01:55 PM
Thanks Cihan.

Zalim_NasaH
09-23-2006, 02:29 PM
http://www.meyer-greifswald.de/fotos/tuerkei/picture-0041.jpg

Zalim_NasaH
09-23-2006, 02:38 PM
http://www.haias.net/historie/images/atatuerk.jpghttp://www.ftd.de/asset/Image/2005/12/12/enable/tuerk_fahne.jpg
http://www.laue-media.de/Blaue_Reise_GB/Bodrum-Tuerkische-Flagge-Ha.jpg

Zalim_NasaH
09-23-2006, 04:17 PM
Turkish Army - Naval - Air Forces Ranks.

http://www.diggerhistory3.info/nato/images/033.jpg

http://www.diggerhistory3.info/nato/images/079.jpg

http://www.diggerhistory3.info/nato/images/059.jpg

http://www.resimload.com/141119/CSQ_hvkk_rutbe.jpg

Zalim_NasaH
09-23-2006, 04:27 PM
The World Ranks.

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Ranks_and_insignia_of_NATO_armies_officers

Zalim_NasaH
09-24-2006, 04:47 PM
TURKİSH POLİCE PRİVATE OPERATİONS

http://www.resimload.com/141108/ILF_Turk_OzelHarekat1a.jpg

Nick_Karatzides
09-24-2006, 05:12 PM
Turkish PRİVATE strenghtening Turkish sniper soldier
Turkish PRİVATE forces. Zalim
Turkish gendarme PRİVATE public onder team. Zalim
Turkish gendarme PRİVATE public onder team.JÖAK Tİmi. Zalim
Turkish police PRİVATE operations

Zalim_NasaH (http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/member.php?u=24497), I noticed that you often use the word PRİVATE in your posts (as seen above). What exactly do you mean by saying that?

PS. Also please translate for us (as non-Turkish language speaking MP.net members) your message #2216 (http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showpost.php?p=1943668&postcount=2216) post "bende bizim forumdan buraya bayrak resimlerini koydum. ben yeni üye oldum 3 gündür. bundan sonra beni fazla rastlayabilirsiniz. kusura bakmayın fazla ingilizce yazamıyorum ama ne yazdıgınız okuyorum. Hersey için Tesekkürler"

Thanks in advance, :)

Nick

orko_8
09-24-2006, 05:37 PM
Zalim_NasaH (http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/member.php?u=24497), I noticed that you often use the word PRİVATE in your posts (as seen above). What exactly do you mean by saying that?

PS. Also please translate for us (as non-Turkish language speaking MP.net members) your message #2216 (http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums/showpost.php?p=1943668&postcount=2216) post "bende bizim forumdan buraya bayrak resimlerini koydum. ben yeni üye oldum 3 gündür. bundan sonra beni fazla rastlayabilirsiniz. kusura bakmayın fazla ingilizce yazamıyorum ama ne yazdıgınız okuyorum. Hersey için Tesekkürler"

Thanks in advance, :)

Nick

The Turkish word "Ozel" (actually "Özel", with "Ö" being the initial) has two meanings in English: "Special" and "Private", both defining slightly different nouns and adjectives. Both are often confused by Turkish speaking people. I think Zalim_Nasah means "Special Operations".

In his Turkish part of the message he more or less says that he has just joined MP.net 3 days ago, put flag pictures from another forum, says sorry that he cannot write much in English though trying to follow up every message. In the end he thanks for everything (="Her sey icin tesekkurler" )

cihan
09-25-2006, 03:55 AM
http://www.afsouth.nato.int/exercises/Cooperative%20Partner%2002/cp50.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 03:57 AM
http://www.hvkk.mil.tr/Gururumuz/KARTAL/07.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 03:57 AM
http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/177302.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 03:58 AM
http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/195718.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 03:59 AM
http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/204328.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 04:00 AM
http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/207368.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 04:01 AM
http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/239536.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 04:02 AM
http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/231449.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 04:05 AM
http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/253171.jpg

http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/253177.jpg

http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/253165.jpg

http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/253169.jpg

http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/253162.jpg

http://www.shipspotting.com/uploads/photos/290352.jpg

cihan
09-25-2006, 04:16 AM
http://www.mkek.gov.tr/Yuklemeler/vNcdpBv4.jpg

http://www.mkek.gov.tr/Yuklemeler/KFrQEtKW.jpg

cetnik
09-25-2006, 04:25 AM
Motherf#$@ The Turks!

Clearday-TRForce
09-25-2006, 04:56 AM
Cihan,Personally, thank you very much for your effort. Keep up your g'job.