Several Hürjet prototypes are being built for ground-tests and for flight tests. The latest image we got was from a month ago(non-technical people are highschool students),
And this image(below) is from Aug 31, 2022
Malaysian PM visiting TAI, behind Hürjet prototype
King of Malaysia
Apparently the wiring takes a long time. It's understandable considering this is the first prototypes of the aircraft. It's impossible to make its first flight by the end of the year, imo. But the CEO reiterates the date March 18, 2023 for its first (public)flight. We'll see if they can hold to that schedule.
On Tayfun(Typhoon) missile, it was more like a reveal thing than a test. Greece and Turkey has sea-border disputes and Greece has been in a buying spree of advance weapons and since Turkey is embargoed and her most of ingenious advanced weapons are in prototype phase(meaning not ready), the army released the existence of the ballistic missile(the missile was already in inventory) as a deterrent so the Greeks don't have funny ideas. This is the way I interpret it. The real reason might differ, I don't know. With the test, the missile hit a target 561 km away from the launch site. Launch to hit took 458 seconds. There's no official figure for the max range of the missile but it's speculated between 700-850 km. The test showcased that Turkey has the means to hit even the remotest parts of Greece from Turkey. That's why it made quite a splash in the news both in Turkey and in Greece.
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