- Apr 18, 2010
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What a coincidence I hope Iran could be as strong as Turkey in 10 years too, if you work really, really hard anything is possibleUnfourtunately for Turks, turkiyeh just has the know how to make wrapping technologies.
Turk chassis, but US engine. All turkiyeh stuff is that way.
Turks are average power, a paper tiger, but enough to kept greeks from their border. Anyways i congratule turk people by their little advancements, and i hope they in 10 years can be as strong as Iran is today.
Well, "as strong as Turkey" is a bit of a weird statement, but Turkish defense industry is definitely stronger.
You look at an example like this:
That's made %100 in Turkey with indigenous 720 hp Turkish engine but it's not in the inventory of the Turkish army yet, due to political and bureucratic reasons.
It should help you understand what I mean.
We're turning our focus to foreign exports and making billions of $ of revenue each year. Just on that note Turkish defense industry is much bigger and stronger than the Iranian one. Because big players can survive and grow without the government's help. It's not like that in Iran. Iranian defense sector can only stay alive as long as the Iranian government keeps it alive.
With such money flow we'll be able to fund even more expensive projects in the future such as TFX
Money isn't a bottleneck anymore, number of engineers graduating from Turkish universities each year is.
I'm standing here trying to understand what you're trying to say. Duck? toilet? what?Turkey is in the backwaters of western technology toilets. By very definition they get nothing but the flush. Again, by definition.
Duck. You never know what you’ll get showered with next. Although I’m proud and happy of your deep interest in the Iranian section, if I were you, I’d spend some time with your compatriots and figure out a way to get out of their toilet instead of applying for decades to stay in it. And get rejected for not being good enough. For. Their. Toilet.
An independent Turkey will find a partner in Iran. For now, we’re looking down at you and you’re looking up at us as evident in your deep desire to be here. Although I welcome and encourage you to continue to participate, I also will encourage others to pat you in the head for your efforts .