Turkish Navy Organises Largest Parade In History To Honour The Republic’s 100 Years

The Turkish Navy is going to carry out the biggest official parade in the history of the Istanbul Strait
with 100 vessels in honour of the centenary of the Republic of Turkey.

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While at the passage, following the command of the Navy Commander ADM, the convoy will salute Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s President.

Turkey’s first-ever national frigate, TCG Istanbul, which hasn’t yet stepped into the navy inventory, will soon be a part of this parade.

At the celebration of the centenary of the Republic of Turkey, 100 war vessels, including TCG Anadolu, are going to participate in the parade conducted at the Istanbul Strait.

Admiral Ercument Tatlioglu, the Navy Commander, will carry out the command and take control of the most comprehensive and largest parade ceremony in the Turkish Navy’s history.

The “100 Ships in the 100th Year” parade will include 11 frigates, TCG Nusret, 10 submarines, four patrol vessels, four corvettes, 17 assault boats, five fuel tankers, eight mine countermeasure vessels, six amphibious landing vessels, 10 tank landing vessels, four attack boats, and 18 auxiliary vessels.

Nearly 14 aircraft, including all F-16s as well as F-4s from the Air Force Command, will be accompanying the vessels. In the passage, the 1st Army Command is going to perform 101 gun salutes.

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