Turkey is exploring whether it would be feasible to launch an indigenous fighter program, even though the government recognizes that such a move might be a step too far and that the country might have to be satisfied with another off-the-shelf procurement. The fact that such an endeavor is being seriously contemplated became clear when the defense ministry's powerful procurement and industrial agency, SSM, awarded a two-year feasibility study to Turkish Aerospace Industries to explore ...

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