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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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          It has become very quiet lately, usually this place will be booming with news but it has gone quiet for sometime having little posts (mostly burjuin posting) so lets change it up

          Մի խումբ զինծառայողներ բնակարան են ստանալու Արցախի Մարտունիում:

          http://razm.info/98650

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            Does anyone know if we're gonna have a parade in Artsakh this year?

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              Originally posted by armo12 View Post
              Does anyone know if we're gonna have a parade in Artsakh this year?
              of course they will, they're probably going to show off the slick T-72B4's (because we haven't seen many T-72B's around) the same way they did in last time and the parade before, showing off our tanks, after all who doesn't want to intimidate the Azerbaijani Army?

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                [QUOTE=DieHard69;382218]It has become very quiet lately, usually this place will be booming with news but it has gone quiet for sometime having little posts (mostly burjuin posting) so lets change it up



                It has been quiet with turks too and that brings thoughts.
                It got quiet after aprill war and now after our guys killed a whole bunch of azeris in their last diversion attempt.
                But right after infiltration in Tavush where four of our guys got killed azeris were firing more and more every day.
                It is apparent that in order to make azeris quiet we have to inflict heavy casualties on them and publicise.
                For them it does not matter how many of our guys die actually. Their propaganda exaturates numbers sky high anyway.
                But their dead, no matter how much government covers up, keep them from getting too bold. Apparently their word of mouth network works well.
                That should give us proof that we must inflict casualties on them in every case. Big enough numbers.
                Playing with rules of peace kills our guys.
                Have plans ready, be ready, willing and go for it. If nothing, bomb their villages and roads.
                But make sure that azeris know that any time they missbehave, they will pay for it.
                Eye for an eye does not work. It should be fearful and disproportionate responce every time.
                Last edited by Hakob; 03-20-2017, 02:19 PM.

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                      I have been thinking about this for a while, but are they're any PMC (Private Military Contractors) in our Armies and how many do you estimate them we have in our army and are these 19,950 professional's all PMC?

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