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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Smart move...very smart move:

      "With Azerbaijan and Pakistan currently pursuing a strategic partnership (see EDM, September 28, 2016; December 15, 2016), Armenia and India have decided to step up their cooperation across several dimensions. Indeed, the past six months were marked by a visible reinvigoration of Armenian-Indian bilateral ties, which culminated with a visit to Yerevan, on April 24, of a high-level Indian delegation led by Vice President M. Hamid Ansari (Gov.am, April 24). The Indian vice president held meetings with Armenia’s Foreign Minister Eduard Nalbandyan, Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan and President Serzh Sargsyan. The meetings resulted in the signing of three important agreements....
      Looking ahead, Yerevan and New Delhi are preparing to sign a “strategic” accord focused on partnership in defense and security. The pending document will cover mutual support and military cooperation. The agreement is supposed to be forged later this year, during Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan’s visit to India (Mediamax, April 25)."

      https://jamestown.org/program/armenia-india-buiAmanda de Cadenetld-strategic-relationship/

      https://armenpress.am/eng/news/89157...operation.html
      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 Hakob View Post
        He is talking about hitting all the Turks on our side of Kur river because western bank of that river falls under Artsakh strategic and territorial sphere. As soon as Azeris move any troops or equipment to the western bank of that river they should be hit.
        He also believes since Armenian people are smart and we allways had high level scientists, we should create robotic systems where all the border area will be monitored and any movement in no mans land area hit with auto-operated missiles and machine guns.
        He is totally right. The fact that no army has yet done that is so weird.
        It's relatively easy to automate our weapons with the current technologies. It's also not expensive , since Armenia is full of engineers.
        I don't understand why we don't do that .

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            Originally posted by haydavid View Post
            He is totally right. The fact that no army has yet done that is so weird.
            It's relatively easy to automate our weapons with the current technologies. It's also not expensive , since Armenia is full of engineers.
            I don't understand why we don't do that .
            https://www.themarysue.com/korean-border-kinect/

            There is tremendous opportunity. There are a lot of off the shelf components that you can use for this. I think it is the lack of a proper independent Intelligence and Signals units that cause this. Most militaries are broken down into Infantry, Armor, Artillery, Air Defense, Signals, Engineering, Material, and Intelligence. Some have Air also. If you had an independent Signals unit responsible for communications, both within the units and SIGIN ELINT, then youd have an easier way of equipping what they need. I think having an independent Signals Brigade for Armenia can mean we can assign special units to EW and INT gathering, while supplying all communications internally.

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

              Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
              https://www.themarysue.com/korean-border-kinect/

              There is tremendous opportunity. There are a lot of off the shelf components that you can use for this. I think it is the lack of a proper independent Intelligence and Signals units that cause this. Most militaries are broken down into Infantry, Armor, Artillery, Air Defense, Signals, Engineering, Material, and Intelligence. Some have Air also. If you had an independent Signals unit responsible for communications, both within the units and SIGIN ELINT, then youd have an easier way of equipping what they need. I think having an independent Signals Brigade for Armenia can mean we can assign special units to EW and INT gathering, while supplying all communications internally.
              I'm not even talking about that , what you are describing requires lot of time and complex coordination.
              What I'm talking about is simply automating our weapons on the border to reduce the risk for our conscripts to get sniped.

              Instead of having a 20y/o man standing on the most dangerous places on the frontline , we could automate some machine guns with a Camera ( night vision too ) and a simple Move/Shoot system. It is very easy to create those movements with electronics , very very easy.

              Instead of our boys going to the frontline themselves , they could simply monitor the area from a safer distance and reduce the chance of being sniped to 0%
              Doesn't even cost a lot of money and time.

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

                Originally posted by burjuin View Post

                Haydavid, Hyesocialist, this video is somehow telling me that you allready may have your wish coming true.
                As Zakarian indicates the bombing is done by mortars, I can guarantee you that conventional mortars can never be this accurate. Their accuracy is generally between tens to hundreds of meters. Not like this.
                In this clip you see how Two mortars are sent thru the same hole thru covering on azeri OSA. Or double hits maybe 1-2 meters apart on supply vehicle for OSA. Or repeated hits inside trench and direct hit on Spike launcher.
                We could not be that lucky in one engagement.
                Something tells me that those mortar shells were guided. Given large caliber of 120mm entirely possible.
                I am reading that US/NATO started developing guided mortars since 2009, first trials being done on 2012. So it's a very modern, fresh technology.
                The accuracy on US guided mortars is 3-5 meters.
                So looking at a single hole hitting mortars of ours, I wonder if we have not got something super accurate?
                Did we develop it?
                Or else, who is supplying us such a game changer modern ordinance? (Does Russia even have them?)
                If I am not hallucinating now, this is big, very big.
                Last edited by Hakob; 05-24-2017, 11:20 AM.

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                  Originally posted by Hakob View Post
                  Haydavid, Hyesocialist, this video is somehow telling me that you allready may have your wish coming true.
                  As Zakarian indicates the bombing is done by mortars, I can guarantee you that conventional mortars can never be this accurate. Their accuracy is generally between tens to hundreds of meters. Not like this.
                  In this clip you see how Two mortars are sent thru the same hole thru covering on azeri OSA. Or double hits maybe 1-2 meters apart on supply vehicle for OSA. Or repeated hits inside trench and direct hit on Spike launcher.
                  We could not be that lucky in one engagement.
                  Something tells me that those mortar shells were guided. Given large caliber of 120mm entirely possible.
                  I am reading that US/NATO started developing guided mortars since 2009, first trials being done on 2012. So it's a very modern, fresh technology.
                  The accuracy on US guided mortars is 3-5 meters.
                  So looking at a single hole hitting mortars of ours, I wonder if we have not got something super accurate?
                  Did we develop it?
                  Or else, who is supplying us such a game changer modern ordinance? (Does Russia even have them?)
                  If I am not hallucinating now, this is big, very big.
                  http://www.kbptula.ru/en/productions...n-systems/gran

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                    A lot of hype is given to the big weapon systems (Jet fighters, submarines, battle tanks that cost 16mil) but the reality is there are a lot of Small Arms, Light Weapons and artillery systems that Armenia can produce that will tip the scale of battle.

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

                      perfect!!!

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