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      thanks for your explanation Zoravar. It never occurred to me how effective these inflatibles could be until now. Hearing about the case of Serbia was great. They must indeed be effective in NKR.
    2. jgk3,

      Decoys are not new in military warfare. The last time they were used very successfully was during the 1999 NATO bombing against Serbia. At the end of the conflict, it turned out that most of the NATO claims of destroyed MiGs, tanks, SAMs on the ground were nothing but inflatable, wooden or plastic decoys. Some of the great footages shown by TV channels like CNN or BBC were at the end nothing but very expensive guided weapons destroying cheap decoys!!!
      Interestingly, some of the decoys are quite sophisticated. For example, some decoys have their own heat generators to further complicate the lives of heat seaking precision weapons.

      As for decoys in a possible Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict. Taking into consideration the overwhelming numerical superiority of our foes airforce, it is an excellent (and inexpensive) method to minimize the effect of aerial bombardments.
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      Zoravar, I found yet another interesting military technology, inflatible military equipment for fooling satellites! http://englishrussia.com/?p=2025

      Do you think Armenia and Azerbaijan are utilizing these tactics?
    4. jgk3,

      Interesting technology, but I doubt they have these toys operational anywhere. I have no info about the Russians capturing anything remotely associated with them. For more info you may check the wiki site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metal_Storm
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      Zoravar, do you have any detailed information on which classes of weapons technology produced by Metal Storm (http://www.metalstorm.com/content/view/64/109/) is incorporated in the different branches of the US army? I'm also wondering if they supply to the armed forces of other nations too and what classes of weapons they might be selling to them.

      Also, were any of these found in Georgia after the Russians collected their war booty?
    6. gmd,

      Sorry, I don't have information on our intel capabilities.
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      Barev Zoravar, I had posted a question on the Artsak thread about Armenian intelligence capabilities. I was wordering if you had any insight on that. I did not see an answer posted.

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