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

    Originally posted by armnuke View Post






    where are their weapons/equipment?

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

      3 more....

      Պարզվել են մանրամասներ սպանված ադրբեջանցիներից ևս 3-ի մասին
      Փետրվար 27, 2017

      Փետրվարի 27-ին ադրբեջանական սոցցանցերից պարզվել են հավելյալ մանրամասներ Ադրբեջանի ՊՆ հայտնած ևս 3 սպանված զինծառայողների մասին: Սպանվածներից մեկը լեյտենանտ էր, մեկը՝ տեխնիկական քոլեջի սան: Մյուսից առայժմ հայտնի է միայն ծննդավայրը:

      Փետրվարի 25-ին սպանված ադրբեջանցի զինծառայողներից մեկը լեյտենանտ էր` Նազարով Շահլար Յաշար օղլու (Nəzərov Şahlar Yaşar oğlu): Նա ծնվել է Ադրբեջանի Յարդըմլը շրջանի Փեշթասար (Peştəsər) գյուղում:

      Մյուս սպանված զինծառայողը՝ 03.05.1996 թ. ծնված Ջաֆարով Զաքիր Նազիմ օղլուն (Cəfərov Zakir Nazim oğlu) ավարտել էր Ադրբեջանի ճարտարապետության և շինարարության ինստիտուտին կից քոլեջը՝ «ավտոճանապարհների և օդանավակայանների շինարարության, նախագծման և վերանորոգման» մասնագիտությամբ: Ծնունդով Բաքվից էր:

      Սպանվածներից 3-րդը՝ Գադիմով Զյուլֆու Ռահիմ օղլուն (Qədimov Zülfü Rəhim oğlu) ծնունդով Աղդամի շրջանի սահմանամերձ Մերզիլի գյուղից էր: Նրա մասին այլ մանրամասներ առայժմ հայտնի չեն: Հավելյան մանրամասների դեպքում կտեղեկացնենք:

      Հիշեցնենք, որ փետրվարի 26-ին արդեն հայտնել էինք ևս երկու սպանվածի՝ ադրբեջանական բանակի մայոր, բրիգադի հետախուզության պետ Աբդուլլաև Ագշինի և ադրբեջանական բանակի ավագ լեյտենանտ, հետախույզ Հաշիմլի Թուրալ Աբդուլ օղլուի մասին:

      Ադրբեջանական սոցցանցերում տարածված տեղեկություների համաձայն՝ Ադրբեջանի բանակը փետրվարի 25-ին ունեցել է ոչ թե 5, այլ՝ առնվազն 7 կորուստ: Սակայն այս տեղեկությունն առայժմ չի հաստատվել:

      http://razm.info/97073

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

        Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
        More detailed reports about the 4 day war(Maps).

        http://ombudsnkr.am/en/docs/Report_PUBLIC.pdf
        Maaaan.
        This looks like a Turkish national resume.

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

          Originally posted by Etchmiadzin View Post
          where are their weapons/equipment?
          I asked myself the same question till I watched the video. It states, the other soldiers took all weapons and left the bodies.

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

            Originally posted by Azad View Post
            Let us hope so ... Except, Russia lately has been dumping all of its older generation armaments in Syria with a fresh coat of paint .
            A propos Syria... I was looking for T-72 models used in Syrian war a while ago when I found this:
            http://spioenkop.blogspot.de/2014/12...asts-t-72.html
            The article says that the Kontakt-1 ERA on syrian T-72 AV's is installed by some "Armenian contractors". I don't know if it's true but I found it interesting.

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

              It depends on the type of weaponry and if it is needed in Syria or not.
              Mig-29 jets are not needed in Syria, as the Air Force received a new batch of Su-24M2 bombers from Russia.
              Also T-62M tanks which are Afghan war veterans were sent to Syria..pretty useless tank for us.

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

                Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                It depends on the type of weaponry and if it is needed in Syria or not.
                Mig-29 jets are not needed in Syria, as the Air Force received a new batch of Su-24M2 bombers from Russia.
                Also T-62M tanks which are Afghan war veterans were sent to Syria..pretty useless tank for us.
                Interesting is the fact that those Armenian contractors were able to upgrade a T-72AV which has left me criticizing our Mod for not upgrading our T-72A's, regarding the T-72b4 they have been upgraded as I have not seen any of our T-72B's around or hell even our T-72AV's very few around and mostly T-72A's or some of them with kontact 5 era there's a hand full of them around as I've seen lately but besides that mostly T-72A's around now, but if they are shown, it will most likely be Artsakh's military parade.

                Regarding the MIG 29's I doubt we would have the men to operate them let alone have them in our arsenal, if in some point Russia gives us the MIG's we would be very lucky.

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

                  Armenian Army




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

                    Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
                    More detailed reports about the 4 day war(Maps).

                    http://ombudsnkr.am/en/docs/Report_PUBLIC.pdf
                    Hakob says the above report sounds like a terkish resume. I agree.
                    This report is reflective of the terk conduct since the very first day they (terk) showed up at our borderlands.
                    This report is only the latest of hundreds of years of conduct like this committed by the terks against the Armenians and the other indeginous peoples of of the land.
                    Anyone can read of these types of atrocities committed by the terks wherever they have invaded.
                    And yet the world still cozies up to the terk for their own financial gain.
                    As far as I'm concerned, those powers that prop up these terkish cancers --- ARE COMPLICIT --- in this (these) horrendous criminal acts.
                    Morons ? Idiots ? Criminals ? Or all 3.
                    This report defines yet again the terk character.
                    To define cancer or disease is virtually identical to the definition of the terks.
                    HARK

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

                      Another SF infiltration attempt from the direction of Akna on the night of Feb 25.

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