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Mr Erdogan: We now have the Vertical launch system to be used on Istif class frigates.
Istif is going to take of vertically ? :p
4x I class by 2025 if we start parallel construction this year.
I want the first delivered and accepted by TN before celebrating the others :) not much I'm asking for, just one please.
 

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3x I class frigate
2x Hisar class OPV
10x Turk class FAC
6x Reis class submarine
4x Preveze class submarine half-life modernization
4x Barbaros class frigate half-life modernization
1xLHD
STM midget submarine
Pakistan Milgem
Ukraine Milgem
Lol we are approaching Chinese level of production


By 2022-2023, The Turkish industry will simultaneously construct TTFAC, 500ton submarines, Hisar class OPV (4x Hisar VLS), Istif class frigates(16x MIDAS VLS), Reis class submarines and Tf2000 destroyers(64x MIDAS VLS) for the Turkish Navy.

Milden and TT Aircraft carrier projects will probably start around 2024-25.

This is what happens when you provoke the Turks
 

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By 2022-2023, The Turkish industry will simultaneously construct TTFAC, 500ton submarines, Hisar class OPV (4x Hisar VLS), Istif class frigates(16x MIDAS VLS), Reis class submarines and Tf2000 destroyers(64x MIDAS VLS) for the Turkish Navy.

Milden and TT Aircraft carrier projects will probably start around 2023-24.
isn't the I class supposed to have x32 vls?
 

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By 2022-2023, The Turkish industry will simultaneously construct TTFAC, 500ton submarines, Hisar class OPV (4x Hisar VLS), Istif class frigates(16x MIDAS VLS), Reis class submarines and Tf2000 destroyers(64x MIDAS VLS) for the Turkish Navy.

Milden and TT Aircraft carrier projects will probably start around 2023-24.

This is what happens when you provoke the Turks
This is all attributed to the local defence industry .. hence the state which has local industry can get its own need with low prices and without restrictions of global powers and their " regional power balance"
 

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So we will have:

- 15+ subs the oldest one will be Preveze class, i assume Atilay will be decommisioned after Reis class is operational. After 2030 We will see Milden then our Preveze class will decomissioned. And how many we will make mini subs is the questions. So it will be 15+ susb.

- Corvette ships, OPV is corvette? 4 Ada class and then Hisar class. So 14 Corvette ships. Burak class will go out of the game, or are we going to modernize it?

-15 modern Frigatte 4 I class will join the navy, that means old Yavuz class out. We will have 8 modern multi mission Frigatte. Gabya class will decomissioned after TF2000 joins the navy. Or should we call TF2000 one class higher ship like Destroyer? Our corvette class ships will used for costal operations and the bigger ships will be used like Libya cases over the world.

-19 FAC ships, we have 10 old FAC ships. The 10 FAC will replace old ones and we will stay with the 19 FAC ships. Kilic class joined the navy begin of 2000. They are not so old for now.

It seems enough for now, how about Black sea? Imagine if we foud huge amount gasfields what will trigger claims from our neighbours? More Frigatte for the navy?

-Aircraft carrier, Hurhet and Mius will be used.

- Ulaq how many?

- 2 Drone Ship with TB3 and Ulaq.


Seems realistic inventory for 2030+.
 

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