All news related with Necdet Özel
All news that
include Necdet Özel Please click.
All news that include Necdet Özel
- Doctors restrict Gül from traveling abroad for two months 28.08.2012
/ President Abdullah Gül, who has been receiving inpatient treatment for an acute ear infection at Ankaras Hacettepe University Hospital, was allowed to temporarily leave the hospital yesterday; however doctors did request he refrain from international travel for the next two months.
- Operation run by General Özel pins down 200 terrorists 15.09.2012
/ An operation personally overseen by Chief of General Staff General Necdet Özel in Hakkâri's Şemdinli district has encircled a 200-member group of terrorists within the city center, closing off all routes of escape.
- General Dempsey: Turkey should be wary of Syrian threat 18.09.2012
/ U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey paid a visit to Turkeys Chief of the General Staff Gen. Özel during which he warned his Turkish counterpart to be wary of Syrias chemical and biological weapons.
- General Dempsey: America and Turkey are like-minded on Syria 19.09.2012
/ Chairman of the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey released a number of announcements regarding his trip to Turkey from the plane while on his return.
- Turkeys commanders inspect border with Syria 10.10.2012
/ Chief of General Staff Gen. Necdet Özel, accompanied by Land Forces Commander Gen. Hayri Kıvrıkoğlu and Second Army Commander General Galip Mendi visited the troops from the Second Army Command which patrols the border with Syria.
- Further democracy for Kurds and reinforced military operations on PKK 05.09.2012
/ The Maroon Berets, a special operations command of the Turkish Armed Forces, will be soon be taking on a more active role in the fight against PKK terrorism. On General Özel's orders, commandos will now be posted in outposts throughout the region.
- Turkeys tanks and stinger teams head to the Syrian border 13.10.2012
/ Troops along the Turkish border with Syria have now gone into yellow alert, which basically means they are ready to attack upon notice. The Turkish Armed Forces has reinforced the border region with 60 tanks and 15 F-16 fighter jets. In addition, 70 military personnel, who are trained to use the eight-kilometer range stinger missile, have also been sent to the border. These surface-to-air missiles have the very crucial capability of averting air threats.
- Battle of Gallipoli commemorated on 98th anniversary 18.03.2013
/ Addressing the public in Çanakkale last night, Prime Minister Erdoğan stated that the Gallipoli Campaign offers one of the most concise examples of the determination to live in independence and in liberty and hailed the unparalleled heroism of the Dardanelles Naval Victory, which is commemorated in Turkey on March 18, Martyrs Day.
- A critical visit from the Pentagon 12.09.2012
/ After hosting CIA Director General David Petraeus, Turkey is getting ready to welcome another critically important guest from the United States. U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Martin Dempsey arrives to Ankara on Sunday to discuss Syria and the fight against terrorism.
- Favoured general to lead Turkish military through upheaval 03.08.2011
/ When the head of Turkey's military quit in protest along with the commanders of the army, navy and air force, it left one man standing in Turkey's high command - General Necdet Özel.
- Turkey set to announce key military decisions 04.08.2011
/ Turkey was set to fill vacancies at the top of its armed forces on Thursday after its four leading generals quit in protest last week at the jailing of hundreds of their comrades charged with plotting to overthrow the government.
- Turkey looks to restore order after top generals quit 01.08.2011
/ Turkey's military and political leaders face a battle to restore order in NATO's second-biggest army Monday at a military council overshadowed by the resignation of its top four generals in protest at the jailing of hundreds of officers.
- Turkey's military chiefs quit ahead of key meeting 30.07.2011
/ Turkey said on Friday its top four military chiefs were all seeking retirement, in moves that appeared to reflect a deep rift between the secularist military and a government with roots in political Islam.
- Apology and compensation 31.12.2011
/ Following the death of 35 villagers in a military strike, the Government and the General Staff held a joint meeting which went on for hours as they evaluated the situation at hand. While the option of issuing an apology was debated during the meeting, the possibility of offering compensation was also an item discussed. Yesterday, TAF published a written announcement offering condolences for those who had passed away.
- Compensating for the distress caused 30.08.2011
/ The General Staff has removed the infamous April 27th memorandum published on its website. President Abdullah Gül was informed of this historical development by a note stating, We are compensating for the distress we caused you, sent by the General Staff headquarters.
- TAF to embrace new era of transparency 24.01.2012
/ Commanders gathered today in order to discuss establishing an internal control system to eradicate all activities in the military that supersede routine. The objective: To instill transparency and compatibility with all civilian control standards.
- New Turkish ground forces commander appointed 30.07.2011
/ Turkish President Abdullah Gul on Friday approved the appointment of General Necdet Ozel as the new commander of Turkey's ground forces, after the top four commanders said they were taking retirement.