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The Turkish government decides to continue the program MILGEM corvettes in the arsenals of the Navy and call a new tender after the cancellation of the 6 ships awarded to RMK Marine.
26/09/2013.- The extraordinary meeting today the Executive Committee for the Defense Industry (SSIK), chaired by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, was closed after more than three hours without LPD program decisions, providing building an amphibious assault ship for the Turkish Navy and three holdings aspiring local industry through the shipyard RMK Marine, Desan and Sedef.
The thrust of this program is again postponed naval. The Turkish government preferred to focus its efforts on closing the open front after the failed bid 6 corvettes MILGEM program that sought to deliver to private industry.
The contract was awarded earlier this year to the shipyard RMK Marine, ultimately annulled decision "in the interests of the public good" following a report in the wake of the protests filed by Dearsan, finalist in the bidding.
At the meeting on Thursday, the decision was urged by the Turkish Navy, to continue the construction of the third and fourth unit of the series of corvettes MILGEM (acronym for "national ship" in Turkish), in the Navy Arsenal Istanbul. The first two units, Heybeliada and Buyukada F-511 F-512 had already been lined in Navy industrial facilities.
This is to save entail delays restart the hiring process vessels. The other 4 corvettes will ultimately be the subject of a new tender to be invited to private shipyards. The ministry sought with these calls introduce the ability to build military vessels of different types and complexity between the Turkish naval industries, traditionally linked to the construction of units destined for the civilian market.
Delivery of the second sloop and keel laying of the third
Just this Friday is the day of the Turkish Navy, on the anniversary of the Battle of Previsa (Preveza today) faced in 1538 the Christian fleet commanded by Andrea Doria, at the service of the Emperor Charles, and the Ottoman admiral Jeireddín "Barbarossa".
Taking advantage of the symbolism of the date, will be held in the premises of the arsenal of Pendik, Istanbul, multiple ceremony of commissioning of the second corvette MILGEM, Buyukada F-512, and the keel laying of the third, Burgazada F- 513.
The MILGEM-or class corvettes Ada-are vessels 99.5 meters long by 14.4 meters wide, displacing 2,300 tons at full load. Its engine package comprises two diesel engines and gas turbine 1 in combination CODAG.
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