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What a legend man, was he a bordo Berelimı?
He is always given table jobs, he is good at managing. He should be considered a regular in terms of physical fitness.


Akar served as a company commander, section chief and branch chief at various units and headquarters including the Turkish General Staff. He also served as an instructor at the Army Command and Staff College and was posted abroad as a staff officer in the intelligence division in HQ AFSOUTH / Naples, ltaly between 1990 and 1993. From 1993 until 1994, he was the Military Assistant to the Land Forces Commander, also served as the Chief Public Information Officer. Later on, he continued this assignment for the Commander of the Turkish Armed Forces between the years of 1994-1997. He was subsequently posted as the Commander of the Turkish Brigade - Zenica/Bosnia from 1997 until 1998.

Upon his promotion to brigadier general in 1998, he commanded the Internal Security Brigade for two years, and then served as the Chief of Plans and Policy in Headquarters AFSOUTH / Naples, Italy between 2000 and 2002. Following his promotion to major general in 2002, he assumed the command of the Military Academy for three years and was subsequently the Commander of the Army Command and Staff College for two years until 2007.

After his promotion to lieutenant general, he was the commander of Land Forces Logistics and then the Commander of NRDC-T and the 3rd Corps between 2009 and 2011. Subsequent to his promotion to the rank of general in 2011, he served as the Deputy Chief of the Turkish General Staff from 2011 until 2013, and the Commander of the Turkish Land Forces from 2013 until 2015.

On 2 August 2015, General Akar was appointed as the 29th Chief of the General Staff and took up the position on 18 August 2015.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hulusi_Akar
 

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That pilot is becomed a beast in dog fighting in air engagements after so many hours of difficult maneuvers and training of them. We should give him our best fighter planes. When his skills needed in a military conflict he will be a real reason to be reckoned with from the view of an enemy.
In the Video is Serdar and a twin seat f-16 D
 

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