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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by bayhye View Post
    Can someone clarify if this seizure near Talish is taking back something the Azeris took from us yesterday, or is this a long-standing Azeri position we are now in control of? In other words, did we just gain new ground, or did we regain our previous ground?
    Originally posted by argin View Post
    Our mod denied of losing any land yesterday to Azeris how come We today talk about recapture?and also is it a sign of weakness from our side that we lost It in the first place,or was the stakes too high to hold on to the area at the moment?someone shed some light thx
    Originally posted by bayhye View Post
    That's exactly what I'm confused about- we strongly denied losing any ground yesterday, yet today we are saying that we 'took back' land.

    https://twitter.com/Karabakh_MoD/sta...36541787631616
    We took back a position. In military terms, sometimes an active front line or position that is actively being contested is not officially declared lost territory until fighting in that particular area stops and considering the fighting didn't stop between yesterday and as of this post, we considered it not lost is my guess to explain the discrepancy. That and war time propaganda.
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          Last edited by armnuke; 04-03-2016, 03:57 AM.

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            Թալիշի ուղղությամբ մարտերի պատկերը. ներկայացնում է Եղնիկներ-ի նախկին փոխհրամանատար Մեղրյանը

            3 Ապրիլի 2016,

            Թալիշի ուղղությամբ մարտերի պատկերը. ներկայացնում է Եղնիկներ-ի նախկին փոխհրամանատար Մեղրյանը
            Ղարաբաղի մարտերին հերոսաբար մասնակցած հայտնի Եղնիկներ պարտիզանական ջոկատի նախկին փոխհրամանատար, ՀՅԴ Հայաստանի ԳՄ անդամ Պետրոս Մեղրյանը Երկիր մեդիա-ին է ներկայացրել է Թալիշի ուղղությամբ ընթացող մարտերի ընթացքը, տեղանքը, հետ վերցված հենակետերը։

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                The scale of the ongoing fighting is to not be taken lightly. This is an actual surprise offensive by Azerbaijan using everything except fighter jets. Helicopters, drones, special forces, artillery, tanks, IFVs and APCs all used. As of right now, we retook most positions they advanced to in the initial push. Don't be alarmed by their temporary advances as it is to be expected when the enemy launches offensives. What is important is how we counter-attack and we are hitting them hard.
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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  https://twitter.com/GhorbaniSadegh/s...81469603434497

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                    There are reports of Azerbaijan deploying Smerches in the South

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                      Originally posted by Federate View Post
                      The scale of the ongoing fighting is to not be taken lightly. This is an actual surprise offensive by Azerbaijan using everything except fighter jets. Helicopters, drones, special forces, artillery, tanks, IFVs and APCs all used. As of right now, we retook most positions they advanced to in the initial push. Don't be alarmed by their temporary advances as it is to be expected when the enemy launches offensives. What is important is how we counter-attack and we are hitting them hard.
                      True. Armenian/NKR forces will gather a lot of information and learning from this latest round. What we do know is that the Armenians require better night-vision, early warning detection, and vigilance, first and foremost.

                      As Federate mentioned, based on the element of surprise, amassing of forces, planning, etc. the Azeris launched a multi-pronged attack in several sectors. NKR forces did give some ground, the Azeris were not able to re-inforce their small gains and the Armenians counterattacked and retook those positions, all but one in the Hdrut sector which they'll probably get back real soon. I believe the latest round will continue for several more days. Armenian forces need to hit the Azeris hard...and behind Azeri lines as well. Armenians also need to gather as much evidence as they can of the Azeri dead, knocked out tanks, APC's etc
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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