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    • Մինչ Ադրբեջանի ներքին լսարանը կմարսի «Իսկանդեռ» համակարգերի հրթիռների խոցման հետ կապված Զաքիր Հասանովի վերջին հեքիաթները, մենք կներկայացնենք Հայկական Զինված ուժերի օպերատիվ-մարտավարական հրթիռային համալիրների հերթական թիրախը։

      Ադրբեջանի Շեմախիի շրջանի Դադագյունաշ գյուղից մոտ երկու կիլոմետր հեռավորության վրա գտնվող և 20 հեկտար տարածության վրա տեղակայված այս ամառանոցը՝ Ադրբեջանի նախագահի թաքնվելու վայրերից մեկն է
      ( աշխարհագրական կոորդինատներն են ՝ լայնությունը 40°43'20.85"С , երկայնությունը 48°35'42.31"В )։
      Ոչ պաշտոնական տվյալներով,միայն այս ամառանոցի կառուցման համար պետական բյուջեից ծախսվել է 30 միլիոն ԱՄՆ դոլլար։
      Հիմնական շինություններից բացի տարածքում առկա են նաև ուղղաթիռների կայանատեղիներ և անվտանգությունն ապահովվող ստորաբաժանումների համար նախատեսված զորանոցներ ։

      Հ.Գ. օբյեկտը գտնվում է Ստեփանակերտից մոտ 200 կիլոմետր հեռավորության վրա և այն բավական հեշտ խոցելի թիրախ է ոչ միայն «Իսկանդեռ-Մ» համակարգերի համար, այլ նաև «Իսկանդեռ -է»-երի համար որոնց հրթիռների խոցելիության առավելագույն հեռավորությունը 280 կմ է։












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      • http://panarmenian.net/m/eng/news/244262


        Armenia to expand defense spending by $54 mln each year

        Under Armenia's 2017 budget, the defense spending, including the capital spending, amounts to AMD 226 billion, finance minister Vardan Aramyan told reporters on Monday, July 17, adding that military expenditures will grow by some AMD 26-27 billion (apx. $54 million) each year.

        The minister weighed in on the issue of whether the growth of appropriations is connected with the April war of 2016 and, if so, to what extent.

        Azerbaijan on April 2, 2016 launched a large-scale military offensive against Nagorno Karabakh which left hundreds dead on both sides. Top Armenian and Azerbaijani defense officials reached an agreement on the cessation of hostilities on April 5 in Moscow.

        “Regardless of the April war, we have been facing some risks since the ceasefire in 1994. Therefore we have always prioritized defense expenditures to maintain military balance,” Aramyan said.

        Realistic you think?

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        • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post

          Shutting down Metsamor is going to be hard until the effectiveness of clean energy will be done, we have great potential for clean energy in our geographical location, but this quote is probably the best strategy for Armenia right now.
          It will definitely be hard. Metsamor capacity is 400mw, maybe that capacity can be expanded at the Yerevan TPP first in order to seem like we're using more Russian gas in the process. The price tag for a new nuclear power plant is $5bln USD!!! That kind of money we can rebuild the entire Armenian energy system from generation to transmission. Armenia should have a nuclear reactor for research purposes though, like the one at REED college in the US. And of course, just big enough to build nukes should we ever have to develop and drop one on the Turks because they're trying to massacre us again.

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          • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

            It will definitely be hard. Metsamor capacity is 400mw, maybe that capacity can be expanded at the Yerevan TPP first in order to seem like we're using more Russian gas in the process. The price tag for a new nuclear power plant is $5bln USD!!! That kind of money we can rebuild the entire Armenian energy system from generation to transmission. Armenia should have a nuclear reactor for research purposes though, like the one at REED college in the US. And of course, just big enough to build nukes should we ever have to develop and drop one on the Turks because they're trying to massacre us again.
            A compact underground with 300mv at around $600 Million will be perfect for our need. The rest we will have to work on wind and solar systems.
            Unfortunately I do not believe they are available yet.

            http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_4ify7vDXrD...er_spiegel.jpg

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            • 9K33 OSA-AKM (SA-8 Gecko). Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army






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              • Originally posted by Azad View Post

                A compact underground with 300mv at around $600 Million will be perfect for our need. The rest we will have to work on wind and solar systems.
                Unfortunately I do not believe they are available yet.

                http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_4ify7vDXrD...er_spiegel.jpg
                Solar is the way to go for Armenia.

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                • Originally posted by Azad View Post

                  A compact underground with 300mv at around $600 Million will be perfect for our need. The rest we will have to work on wind and solar systems.
                  Unfortunately I do not believe they are available yet.

                  http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_4ify7vDXrD...er_spiegel.jpg
                  First time seeing that. Really impressive!!! Great price tag too. Would compliment solar and hydro really nicely so we can get the bear off our balls.

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                  • Originally posted by Sukhoi22 View Post

                    Solar is the way to go for Armenia.

                    The problem with solar and wind they are not constant. They are only supplemental to the conventional grid. At this point no country has enough storage batteries to keep their grid constant.
                    Best would be if we manufacture the solar panels, wind turbines with battery packs locally for homes to supplement the national electric grid.

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                    • The TerraPower concept ... This gives you a good perspective of the new reactors that uses the leftover depleted uranium from conventional Nuclear power plants with no waste.

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7gL2iBMAeY

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