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    Type 214 (AIP) Construction at full speed!

    New Type Submarine (AIP) Construction At Full Speed

    Constructing submarines with Air Independent Propulsions (AIP) at Gölcük Naval Shipyard with maximum local content and building know-how in submarine construction and system integration

    HDW-MFI Business Partnership Local Subcontractors: Aselsan, Havelsan, Milsoft, STM A.Ş., Koç Bilgi ve Savunma, TÜBİTAK, Meteksan Savunma, IDS, AYESAŞ

    Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul stated that "Turkish industrial participation in the project would be worth around 80 percent of the total value of the deal".

    As the Turkish Type 214 will have a significant amount of Turkish indigenous systems on board, this variant of the Type 214 will be known as the Type 214TN (Turkish Navy). HDW will preassemble structural and mechanical parts of the submarine in Germany, or classified elements such as the fuel cells and propulsion system and will then ship them to Turkey. All electronic and weapon systems (including the C4I system) will be of Turkish design and production.

    And Next Target is National Design.



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    Re: Type 214 (AIP) Construction at full speed!

    Great to see Turkey progressing towards becoming self reliant in subs
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