Hürkuş is another example of this.
Over the last 3 years, I've witnessed many people from very different parts of the political spectrum criticizing the military for its way of handling and communicating it needs with the industry. Both private and state companies are put in difficult positions due to this unpredictable behavior.
We always debate over changes in the industry and governmental procurement agencies to become more efficient and cost-effective.
I think it's high time that we talk about the shortcomings of some military organizations, too, which play a crucial role without turning this into a battleground for competing ideologies.
I'm saying this from a very nonpolitical rather pragmatic point of view because the industry urgently needs the input of the military. It's extremely valuable and they have to work together. There's a natural link between the two sides.
However, I feel like TSK needs to work on its feedback skills and longterm visions. They cause unnecessary and expensive delays. It can't be that you change important requirements literally mid-air setting back the process for years.
The more professional our military becomes the more professional our industry is going to be. As civilians, we can influence und support the military institutions to create a spillover effect which will benefit the entire nation.
We need to do this without politics, in a calm and rational manner.