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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Originally posted by Azad View Post
    "Azerbaijan shows Hermes 900

    Azerbaijan has confirmed the receipt of at least one Elbit Systems Hermes 900 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), with images posted on the governmentís website showing the countryís president inspecting military equipment including the Israel-built platform.

    The imagery posted on 30 April confirmed national media reports from August 2017 that Azerbaijan has procured the Israeli-made medium-altitude long-endurance (MALE) UAV. While only one aircraft was shown, the reports suggested that as many as 15 had been bought with deliveries to take place over the coming years."

    http://www.janes.com/article/79686/a...ows-hermes-900
    Isnít it a propeller driven aircraft?
    Good for use on areas without air defence right?
    Lets suppose azeris buy a huge drone, So?
    We can see it from the moment it takes off I presume.

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    • Originally posted by ayrudzi View Post

      Im having a hard time seeing a scenario where they leave. What are people hoping for just to be out in the streets protesting? Than next week they dont vote for Nikol again than what another week of protesting? on and on and on till when till what?
      If nothing happens next week, the parliament dissolves and a new election for parliament happens.

      Regardless, the HHK pretty much is now as illegitimate as it comes. Like 99% of the population don't want them there.

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      • Originally posted by Hakob View Post

        Isnít it a propeller driven aircraft?
        Good for use on areas without air defence right?
        Lets suppose azeris buy a huge drone, So?
        We can see it from the moment it takes off I presume.
        It's a plug for Israeli weapons. The Hermes is a good UAV, even better if it had predator/spike missiles. Azerbaijan is just showing off more of its weaponry.

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        • Originally posted by ayrudzi View Post

          Im having a hard time seeing a scenario where they leave. What are people hoping for just to be out in the streets protesting? Than next week they dont vote for Nikol again than what another week of protesting? on and on and on till when till what?
          Itís amatter of wearing off the less motivated one. First to separate from flock was the police, then came the peace keepers. Republicans have declared a war against own people. Ther root ranks are going to get depleted and cracks to show up soon.
          Every hour theyíre going to get isolated more. Today Seiranian spoke for people and this situation will bring more people on board.
          Republicans did what they do best, lie. The declared if 3 fractions would choose Pashinian as PM, they would not stop the process. Overnight they changed. That will only deepen mistrust towards them. Looks like Serjik still tries to play chess from shadows and that will strengthen forces to remove his grip.
          Republicans are showing clearer every day the vermin they are that need to be eradicated.

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          • Originally posted by Hakob View Post

            Isnít it a propeller driven aircraft?
            Good for use on areas without air defence right?
            Lets suppose azeris buy a huge drone, So?
            We can see it from the moment it takes off I presume.
            Propeller is good cause of low heat detection. Will make most MPADS useless. It is unarmed, used for surveillance and electronic interference. We have to be careful of stationary defense. Almost everything should be on wheels and moving hundred feet around. Their objective is to pinpoint and use other armaments to shell fixed locations.

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            • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

              If nothing happens next week, the parliament dissolves and a new election for parliament happens.

              Regardless, the HHK pretty much is now as illegitimate as it comes. Like 99% of the population don't want them there.
              So is that how the process works parliament has to dissolve? If that is true than what was the point of not voting for Nikol today if they will be dissloved next week?

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              • For years I have been saying we need somehow to convert some MPADs from heat to audio. Surprising Russia doesn't have audio versions instead of heat.

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                • Could you guys keep this thread for what it is for? There are already 4-5 threads for internal politics. Thanks!

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                  • Originally posted by Azad View Post
                    For years I have been saying we need somehow to convert some MPADs from heat to audio. Surprising Russia doesn't have audio versions instead of heat.
                    Wait a minute, didnít our OSA shoot azery suicide drones? This Hermes should be easier to see and hit?
                    Right?
                    Does Israel use them on Syria and Iran? Or just on Palestinians and Lebanese?

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                    • Originally posted by Hakob View Post

                      Wait a minute, didnít our OSA shoot azery suicide drones? This Hermes should be easier to see and hit?
                      They can be taken down. The only problem they fly very high "It has an endurance of over 30 hours and can fly at a maximum altitude of 30,000 feet" (around 10KM). We will have to use the larger more expensive air defense.

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