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

    Originally posted by Monte View Post
    My guess is that he was freed from his current position to become the CSTO leadership role. It would be very interesting if that was the case. Part of me also hoped he would be a future prime minister or president. I'm getting frustrated with the current leadership for many years now. We are not utilizing our potential as a Nation. Our large diaspora has many resources and experience to help Armenia develop. I wish Armenia would follow Israel's and the Jewish peoples methods of growing and welcoming home its Diaspora.

    I feel we have a similar potential to the Jews yet we are utilizing only 10% of our potential. Anyhow I look forward to positive changes in our country.[/




    We are not utilizing even 1% of our potential. How many diasporan companies do you know that does business in Armenia besides the Vivacell.
    I guarantee that only in US alone, there are at least 10000 Armenian owned manufacturing/importing/service businesses. I am not counting markets, body/mechanic shops or restaurants or stores.

    I feel we have a similar potential to the Jews yet we are utilizing only 10% of our potential. Anyhow I look forward to positive changes in our country.









    We are not utilizing even 1% of our potential. How many diasporan companies do you know that does business in Armenia besides the Vivacell.
    I guarantee that only in US alone, there are at least 10000 Armenian owned manufacturing/importing/service businesses. I am not counting markets, body/mechanic shops or restaurants or stores.

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

      Զորավարժությանը ներգրավված ստորաբաժանումները հաջողությամբ կատարել են առաջադրված խնդիրները

      11 ՀՈԿՏԵՄԲԵՐԻ 2016
      ՀՀ ՊՆ 4-րդ բանակային զորամիավորման ենթակա զորամասերից մեկում օրերս տեղի ունեցած հրամանատարաշտաբային զորավարժության շրջանակում` եզրափակիչ փուլում անցկացվել է գումարտակային ցուցադրական մարտավարական զորավարժություն մարտական հրաձգությամբ:


      Զորավարժության նպատակն էր ստուգել մարտական պատրաստականության «Լրիվ» աստիճանի բերման ժամանակ զորամասի վարչակազմի և ստորաբաժանումների պատրաստվածությունը, կատարելագործել հրամանատարներին գործնական հմտություններն ու ունակությունները պաշտպանողական և հարձակողական մարտի նախապատրաստման և վարման ժամանակ:

      Զորավարժության մտահղացման համաձայն` զորային հրաձգարանում խաղարկվել են պաշտպանողական մարտի և հարձակման նախապատրաստման ու վարման, ինչպես նաև հարձակման համար ելման շրջանների զբաղեցման գործողություններ` պայմանական հակառակորդի հետ անմիջական շփման պայմաններում:

      Ամփոփելով զորավարժության արդյունքները` զորամիավորման հրամանատար, գնդապետ Վալերի Քոչարյանը կարևորել է նման վարժանքների նշանակությունը զորքերի մարտական պատրաստության աստիճանի առավել բարձրացման ու ամրապնդման ուղղությամբ և փաստել է, որ զորավարժության ներգրավված ստորաբաժանումները գրանցել են բարձր արդյունքներ և հաջողությամբ կատարել են առաջադրված խնդիրները:
      http://www.mil.am/hy/news/4397






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

          Originally posted by Monte View Post
          My guess is that he was freed from his current position to become the CSTO leadership role. It would be very interesting if that was the case. Part of me also hoped he would be a future prime minister or president. I'm getting frustrated with the current leadership for many years now. We are not utilizing our potential as a Nation. Our large diaspora has many resources and experience to help Armenia develop. I wish Armenia would follow Israel's and the Jewish peoples methods of growing and welcoming home its Diaspora.

          I feel we have a similar potential to the Jews yet we are utilizing only 10% of our potential. Anyhow I look forward to positive changes in our country.
          Israel receives billions of dollars in aid from the US every year. They can afford everything and anything, including granting housing/cash to people who want to settle in Israel.
          Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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

            There was a story on Fox News on Hezbollah and Daesh apparently weaponizing there drones. Now im guessing they are doing it in cheap manners . Now Armenia for example has a professional Army and its neighbor is now in production and buying such systems. My question is .. From the April War have we started to look into such systems because that Kamikaze Drone in the war struck a bus killing a few soldiers . What if that bus were civilians or Generals or Special Forces ?I believe they are excellent weapons as they can take out important things / people without military confrontation.

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

              Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
              There was a story on Fox News on Hezbollah and Daesh apparently weaponizing there drones. Now im guessing they are doing it in cheap manners . Now Armenia for example has a professional Army and its neighbor is now in production and buying such systems. My question is .. From the April War have we started to look into such systems because that Kamikaze Drone in the war struck a bus killing a few soldiers . What if that bus were civilians or Generals or Special Forces ?I believe they are excellent weapons as they can take out important things / people without military confrontation.
              This is what they're talking about. Pretty much useless. http://echelon-defense.com/2016/08/0...-bomber-drone/

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

                Originally posted by Federate View Post
                Israel receives billions of dollars in aid from the US every year. They can afford everything and anything, including granting housing/cash to people who want to settle in Israel.
                $38 billion over 10 years of US taxpayer's money. http://echelon-defense.com/2016/09/1...d-from-the-us/

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

                  Yerevan international exhibition to put military equipment on display (PHOTOS)
                  16:03, 12.10.2016
                  Region:Armenia
                  Theme: Politics, Innovations



                  YEREVAN. – The ArmHiTec 2016 international exhibition of arms and defense technologies will be held from Thursday to Saturday in Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia.

                  According to official information, fifty companies will participate in this event.

                  Along with representatives of the respective business companies in Armenia, delegations from Russia, Kazakhstan, Poland, Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, France, Belgium, and the US also will take part in ArmHiTec 2016.




                  Armenia News - NEWS.am
                  http://news.am/eng/news/351321.html

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

                    Another article written by a 14 year old Euro-Atlantic fanker...Read and laugh.

                    The South Caucasus Unfreezes

                    https://www.foreignaffairs.com/artic...asus-unfreezes

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

                      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                      Another article written by a 14 year old Euro-Atlantic fanker...Read and laugh.
                      Written by a mouth piece of the shekel boys infiltrated into American policy to manipulate and control what works best for ShekelLand in the geopolitics of the region.

                      He had a big dreams on the Shekel energy in the Mediterranean few years back Dr. Jeffery Mankoff ….

                      “Washington keeps an open eye on energy developments in the region. Some American firms are primarily involved – Noble Energy, the Houston-based gas exploration and production company, recorded the largest exploration success in its history with Leviathan. Besides, the strategic interests of Israel are now at stake, and Washington also intends to secure the inclusion of Turkey in the game, as Ankara remains an important diplomatic ally in the Middle East. (Mankoff, 2012) "

                      http://www.khas.edu.tr/cms/cies/dosy...yPaper(12).pdf

                      He should be real happy now that energy will be flowing from Russia to turkey/EU. What does his gang do? Let us steer problems in the Caucasus, we might hit two bids in one stone. Iran and oil routes that works best for ShekelLand.

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