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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Ադրբեջանը մի քանի հրթիռ է արձակել ու վրիպել. Նոր մանրամասներ
    Lragir.am
    Ներքին կյանք - 16 Մայիսի 2017

    Նախօրեին Արցախի պաշտպանության բանակը տեղեկություն էր հրապարակել, որ ադրբեջանական կողմը կառավարվող հրթիռ էր արձակել հայկական զինուժին պատկանող օբյեկտի ուղղությամբ եւ մասնակի վնասել այն: Ավելի ուշ հայտնի դարձավ, որ խոսքը զենիթային կայանի մասին է:
    Պաշտպանական բանակի մեր աղբյուրը մանրամասներ է հայտնել տեղի ունեցածի վերաբերյալ, ասելով, որ ադրբեջանցիները հայկական զինուժին պատկանող զենիթային կայանի ուղղությամբ արձակել են ոչ թե մեկ, այլ մի քանի կառավարվող հրթիռ: Բայց ադրբեջանցիները արձակելով մի քանի կառավարվող հրթիռ, վրիպել են, եւ միայն մեկն է խոցել հայկական կայանը, այն էլ մասնակի՝ կայանի լիցքավորման մեքենան:
    Ինչպես նշել էր պաշտպանական բանակը պաշտոնական հաղորդագրության մեջ, հայկական կողմը մարդկային կորուստ չունի:

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

      Հակառակորդը կիրառել է Spike տեսակի հրթիռ. ՊԲ-ն մարդկային կորուստ չի ունեցել
      razminfo
      Մայիս 16, 2017 by Տարոն Հովհաննիսյան

      Մայիսի 15-ին և լույս 16-ի գիշերը ՊԲ արևելյան ուղղությամբ հակառակորդը կիրառել է Spike տիպի կառավարվող հրթիռ, ինչի արդյունքում մասնակի վնասվել է մեկ ռազմական տեխնիկա: Ադրբեջանական զինուժի սադրանքի արդյունքում պաշտպանության բանակը մարդկային կորուստ չի ունեցել: Այս մասին հայտնում է ՊԲ կայքը:


      Նույն ժամանակահատվածում Արցախի շփման գծում հակառակորդը տարբեր տրամաչափի հրաձգային զինատեսակներով հրադադարի պահպանման ռեժիմը խախտել է շուրջ 55 անգամ՝ հայ դիրքապահների ուղղությամբ արձակելով ավելի քան 1200 կրակոց:

      Բացի հրաձգային զինատեսակներից ադրբեջանական զինուժը շփման գծի տարբեր հատվածներում կիրառել է նաև 60 մմ ականանետ (3 արկ) և հաստոցավոր հակատանկային նռնականետ (9 արկ):

      ՊԲ առաջապահ զորամասերը ադրբեջանական զինուժի նախահարձակ ակտիվությունը ճնշելու համար դիմել են պատասխան գործողությունների:

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

        In the back base of the Ministry of Defense






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

          Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
          Taking out an OSA is an embarrassment. Who ever ordered it to be there should be punished severely. This is the most idiotic move. No professional would ever allow such a weapon get so close to enemy territory.

          Agree. Very unprofessional. Makes the Armenians look weak and stupid to the enemy, a total waste of equipment, puts the mens lives in danger unnecessarily, and gives the Azeris a morale boost. Furthermore, the Armenian forces may now take foolish risks to even the score.

          Also, the army has been losing it seems at least a man a week to sniper fire. This is inexcusable. Yes, the enemy is striving to kill our troops and doing so with the latest technology but to lose as man men as we have is criminal not just on behalf of the Azeris but Armenian command as well.
          General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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

            Originally posted by Joseph View Post
            Agree. Very unprofessional. Makes the Armenians look weak and stupid to the enemy, a total waste of equipment, puts the mens lives in danger unnecessarily, and gives the Azeris a morale boost. Furthermore, the Armenian forces may now take foolish risks to even the score.

            Also, the army has been losing it seems at least a man a week to sniper fire. This is inexcusable. Yes, the enemy is striving to kill our troops and doing so with the latest technology but to lose as man men as we have is criminal not just on behalf of the Azeris but Armenian command as well.
            An OSA is a defensive weapon. For it to get taken out is embarrassing. Like I said . The person in charge of ordering it to the border should be punished. I bet it was there for so long that the Azeris sent out something to the border to take it out.

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

              Just to smoothen the mood for us, I hate how Americans praise the m1a2 to be the best tank, yes in the 90s and early to mid 2000s but saying it is the best tank and nothing to compare it is an insult and tarnishes the good name of the m1a2, its still a great tank mind you, but has been greatly overrated.

              On to the topic this thread from World of Tanks tank about the Abrams http://forum.worldoftanks.com/index....s/page__st__20

              but then they talk about how useless ATGMS ARE!! I heard that the reason why is the M1A2 so heavy is because some uranium thing I don't care about and makes the armor twice as good.

              I was curious how battle effective it was so I checked the survivability of the tank, and no the Gulf war doesn't count, saying the Abrams pummeled a T-72M1 and counting the fact how much of a downgrade Sadam did to the poor T-72 export version is an insult to the m1a2.

              I found videos of Isis cooking the xxxx out of the Abrams tanks with Russian Kornets or xxxots as some of the commenter's say, whats funny is that they say the crew survived but I seriously doubt the crew can survive most of the shots, but now you can definitely see the weak points of the Abrams the rear and back armor are the worst shots possible, turning the tank into a giant frying pan because of the Ammunition stationed there and people say THE CREW CAN SURVIVE FROM THAT! even the frontal armor has proven ineffective, though it saves the lives of the crew, but leaves the tank knocked out instantly with little effort.

              This justifies our needs and uses for ATGM's and tanks as you all stated.

              But seriously someone should be sent to prison for losing that 9k33 OSA, it is an insult to our army.

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

                The video is edited they might have fired and missed, the soldiers evacuated and then they fired again and hit

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                  In the back base of the Ministry of Defense






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