The purpose of this study is to examine Turkish social work academics perception and attitudes about military social work. This research is a quantitative study carried out with 131 social work academics who work for social work departments in Türkiye. Data were collected through a structured questionnaire based on self-report on participants via online survey and face-to-face interview among 2018. Results show that the majority of participants define military social work as a crucial practice field although ethical concerns and difficulty of carrying out professional practice within the military. Moreover, participants generally have a positive attitude about military social work and even though it is been different so far, they think that military social work must take part in social work education. The Turkish military system and the opportunities and challenges of military social work in Türkiye will be discussed.