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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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        • We really need some attack aircraft's. Our Air Force is looking like something you see in the early 20th Century. I think we might aswell buy SU-34 . We're obviously going to buy something , eventually.

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              • Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
                We really need some attack aircraft's. Our Air Force is looking like something you see in the early 20th Century. I think we might aswell buy SU-34 . We're obviously going to buy something , eventually.
                Indeed but I don't think our Mod has interest in buying a 50 million aircraft per unit, where our S-300's cost way less and do the same job more effectively, if you want some aircraft upgrades, then we can get more SU-25's or upgrade them, or straight up replace them with other Ground attack aircraft.

                If you wanted some hot Su 27's inside our army, we don't need them, whats the point of spending billions on these toys where we could go full small arms on our enemy and give every guy an anti air weapon by any means. Even propelled aircraft can serve an offensive roll in modern times (in limited situations beside budgetary constraints)

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                • Originally posted by DieHard69 View Post

                  Indeed but I don't think our Mod has interest in buying a 50 million aircraft per unit, where our S-300's cost way less and do the same job more effectively, if you want some aircraft upgrades, then we can get more SU-25's or upgrade them, or straight up replace them with other Ground attack aircraft.

                  If you wanted some hot Su 27's inside our army, we don't need them, whats the point of spending billions on these toys where we could go full small arms on our enemy and give every guy an anti air weapon by any means. Even propelled aircraft can serve an offensive roll in modern times (in limited situations beside budgetary constraints)
                  We should learn lessons from previous wars.
                  We are not big enough to keep such a big and expensive toys, which when destroyed will boost enemy moral and kill ours, while not having any significant effect.
                  See? Azeris have allways sent expensive toys against us, but every time their tanks, helicopters or planes were destroyed they run back in panic.
                  Do not give enemy an opportunity for PR scores.
                  kurds don’t have an anti aircraft defence and turks are pounding them. But If kurds killed Turkish aircraft like they do tanks, Turks wouldn’t go forward a foot.
                  Hell, if kurdskeep killing tanks and armor in larger quantities, they have the best chance.
                  Youcan see how downing of Russian su25 affected and shook everyone.
                  We need top notch air and land asset killing means.
                  Those assets are like enemy’s teeth. You pull them and it cannot bite anymore. On every score, the enemy will shake and demoralize.

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                  • Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
                    We really need some attack aircraft's. Our Air Force is looking like something you see in the early 20th Century. I think we might aswell buy SU-34 . We're obviously going to buy something , eventually.
                    it makes more sense to leach off the Russians aircraft and protection than spending millions by our budget. I doubt Armenia will ever buy su-34s or mig29s or anthing except CAS aircraft.

                    Even so, you would need atleast 50 of those su-34s so you can take a hit and still keep your inventory alive. In the war between israel and Egypt, Egypt lost hundreds of aircraft, but since they had 500+ aircraft, they were never without an airforce, but it took 500 aircraft to make that balance.

                    Also any war with azeris will mostly be landbased. Now turkey is another ballgame, but, let's hope we will never have to worry about that.
                    Last edited by arakeretzig; 02-09-2018, 11:03 AM.

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                    • If your enemy is not bearded in a stylish PJs, the Future is in unmanned aviation.

                      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-s...-idUSKBN1FS1E7

                      Russia is intentionally behind with their none existent UAV programs in order to keep selling conventional fighter aircrafts.
                      I say we should look into Chinese UAVs, IF we have to, for a back up.

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