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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Armenian Army






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        Blessing of bells and the cross of St. Gevorg church in Horatagh village of Martakert region, Artsakh





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          Yerevan /Mediamax/. At around 13:00 today, Artsakh Defense Army soldier Artak Rafaelyan (born in 1997) was fatally wounded by Azerbaijani gunfire at a Defense Army military unit in the Eastern direction.

          The Defense Army informed they launched an investigation to determine details of the incident.
          - See more at: http://www.mediamax.am/en/news/karab....pNgnfmF4.dpuf

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              Այսօր զոհված Արտակ Ռաֆայելյանը Գինեսի ռեկորդակիր էր. hraparak.am
              Lragir.am
              Ներքին կյանք - 28 Մարտի 2017,


              hraparak.am. ՊԲ արեւելյան ուղղությամբ տեղակայված զորամասերից մեկի պահպանության տեղամասում, հակառակորդի կողմից արձակված կրակոցից այսօր՝ մարտի 28-ին, մահացու վիրավորում ստացած 20-ամյա Արտակ Ռաֆայելյանը հուլիսին զորացրվելու էր: Նա Կոտայքի մարզի Հրազդան քաղաքի, Վանատուր թաղամասի բնակիչ էր, ընտանիքի ավագ որդին:
              Պատանեկան հասակում զբաղվել է սիրողական բռնցքամարտով: Արտակը Գինեսի ռեկորդակիր էր՝ կարողանում էր պառկած դիրքից 11.000 անգամ հենում-ծալում վարժություն կատարել: Վանատուրցիները մեզ պատմեցին, որ նա լավ գնդացրորդ էր, ապրիլյան քառօրյա պատերազմի ժամանակ Արտակը դիպուկ ու նպատակային է գործածել իրեն ամրակցված ՊԿ գնդացիրը:

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                Armenian politics posts all moved to Politics in Hayastan thread http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....s-in-Hayastan/ where the Daredevils of HyeClub can continue their discussion on the ethics of killing Armenian cops and provoking a civil war in Armenia (while living in the diaspora). Please let's keep it focused on the military here as much as possible.
                Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                  Thanks Fed

                  Originally posted by Shant03 View Post
                  Yerevan /Mediamax/. At around 13:00 today, Artsakh Defense Army soldier Artak Rafaelyan (born in 1997) was fatally wounded by Azerbaijani gunfire at a Defense Army military unit in the Eastern direction.

                  The Defense Army informed they launched an investigation to determine details of the incident.
                  - See more at: http://www.mediamax.am/en/news/karab....pNgnfmF4.dpuf

                  Rest In Peace

                  We win the war, we destroy any attack, Artsakh is sovereign and guys give it all.........why the hell aret the Generals or higher allow these snipers to sit and take pop shots at our boys. Neutralize the threat, Artsakh has every right to defend itself. Not just retaliation, it means nothing to Azeris. There must be a pre emptive stike thst will kick their butts so hard that it will be imprented on their national conscious mind for generations to come.
                  B0zkurt Hunter

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                      Originally posted by Federate View Post
                      Armenian politics posts all moved to Politics in Hayastan thread http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....s-in-Hayastan/ where the Daredevils of HyeClub can continue their discussion on the ethics of killing Armenian cops and provoking a civil war in Armenia (while living in the diaspora). Please let's keep it focused on the military here as much as possible.


                      This is definitely military.

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                      Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                      Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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