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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    • 5-րդ բանակային զորամիավորումում անցկացվել են հրամանատարական հավաքներ

      http://www.mil.am/hy/news/4875




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      • Originally posted by Azad View Post
        "India to Build Earth Observation Satellite for Armenia, Build Human Capacity

        India is to build an Earth observation satellite for Armenia, as well as train Armenian scientists in the use of the system and handling and interpreting its data, according to Indian press reports."

        https://spacewatchme.com/2017/04/ind...uman-capacity/
        This is so cool! Imagine having 3-5 satellites, from SAR radars to ELINT sats intercepting data. If we build our own rockets that go up and down, we can charge to launch peoples satellites. And then cover those rockets to balistic missiles *cough*

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        • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
          And then cover those rockets to balistic missiles *cough*
          Let us get the satellite/s first in orbit and if possible build our own rockets for delivery. The ballistic is way too complex at this point at least.

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          • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

            This is so cool! Imagine having 3-5 satellites, from SAR radars to ELINT sats intercepting data. If we build our own rockets that go up and down, we can charge to launch peoples satellites. And then cover those rockets to balistic missiles *cough*
            Maybe Elon Mask is Armenian?
            Last edited by Hakob; 07-26-2017, 04:57 PM.

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              • Looks like the azeris did not have their hatchets sharpened on time for NATO exercises.

                "Azerbaijan, Without Explanation, Drops Out of NATO Exercises

                When NATO military exercises kick off in Georgia next week, they will include troops from the United States, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, and Armenia. But they won't include Azerbaijan, an unexpected, last-minute dropout.

                http://www.eurasianet.org/node/84521

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                • Originally posted by Azad View Post
                  Looks like the azeris did not have their hatchets sharpened on time for NATO exercises.

                  "Azerbaijan, Without Explanation, Drops Out of NATO Exercises

                  When NATO military exercises kick off in Georgia next week, they will include troops from the United States, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, and Armenia. But they won't include Azerbaijan, an unexpected, last-minute dropout.

                  http://www.eurasianet.org/node/84521
                  Easy, Armenia went in first or was going to participate.

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                  • Originally posted by Azad View Post
                    Looks like the azeris did not have their hatchets sharpened on time for NATO exercises.

                    "Azerbaijan, Without Explanation, Drops Out of NATO Exercises

                    When NATO military exercises kick off in Georgia next week, they will include troops from the United States, Germany, Turkey, Ukraine, and Armenia. But they won't include Azerbaijan, an unexpected, last-minute dropout.

                    http://www.eurasianet.org/node/84521
                    The more NATO and CSTO exercises we're part of, the better our forces can be.

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                    • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post
                      Easy, Armenia went in first or was going to participate.
                      More like
                      azeris: "Russia look at Armenia with NATO. Not us! We are your new love"
                      Russia': "We know and need their breifing at the end of the exercises"
                      azeris: "Oh! what are you doing tonight?"

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