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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by davidoga View Post
    Border Guards and Special Forces.
    we saw in parade in hands of borderguards, but not specialforce, and now in real life borderguards got wooden ak74s

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      Originally posted by Mokum View Post
      You are speaking about reliable data, who is telling you that the information of Monteís wife, brother and brothers in arm is right? Where his wife and brother there when he died? Maybe his brothers in arms where there, but who knows they telling the true? Maybe the received money or are threatened, we donít know and we never will. We indeed have to honour his memory, but we never must look the other side if there are doubts. Like I said before, donít get/undertand me wrong, Iím not saying itís the true but we donít must close our eyes/ears and believe what the media, popular people and our leaders are telling us.
      We all know that even those people can, do and will lie if they can make any advantage out of it, unfortunately! Not everybody, but many.

      Peace
      Agreed bro...that is exactly why I wrote, in the midst of war, it's difficult to get reliable info...that's why I concluded the most reliable info would probably be his wifes', brothers', or his troops'. Let's not forget that during wars you can never receive full info on anything. But we as Armenians should also reduce our love for "conspiracy theories" and look to issue from logical point of views. Anyway...all the best!

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      • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

        so i made the badge of our Anti-Sniper team, how you like it


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        • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

          Originally posted by HyeFighter2 View Post
          we saw in parade in hands of borderguards, but not specialforce, and now in real life borderguards got wooden ak74s
          Well, as you just inferred, the parades are not indicative of how different contingencies are equipped. SF does use, maybe to a limited capacity (idk), the AK105.

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          • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

            Does anyone know if Russia uses Armenia to give Iran/Syria weapons ?

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            • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

              ARMENIA AND CHINA TO DEEPEN COOPERATION

              news.am
              October 26, 2012 | 14:25

              YEREVAN. - Armenia's National Security Council (NSC) Secretary Arthur
              Baghdasaryan wrapped up his working visit to China with his meetings
              with Meng Jyanzu, the Minister of Public Security and State Councilor,
              and Cheng Guoping, the Vice FM.

              The interlocutors discussed the current state of and the prospects for
              Armenian-Chinese ties, the avenues for developing these relations,
              and regional security matters, NSC press service informed Armenian
              News-NEWS.am.

              Also, they made concrete arrangements on deepening bilateral
              cooperation.
              Hmmm.

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              • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                I HAVE FAITH IN MY SOLDIERS - KARABAKH DEFENSE MINISTER

                news.am
                October 26, 2012 | 13:57

                STEPANAKERT. - Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army is ready to fulfill
                any task under any conditions, Defense Minister Movses Hakobyan told
                reporters on Thursday.

                "There is no doubt in combat and physical preparedness of our
                soldiers. Our soldiers are shooting accurately and acting fast,"
                Minister said.

                According to him, the level of preparedness of both soldiers and
                commanders is high.

                "This inspires confidence. Our soldiers are ready to perform all the
                tasks. I have faith in my soldiers," he emphasized.

                The Minister stressed that NKR Defense Army is constantly receiving
                new equipment.

                "We are preparing weapons for counter actions. Thus, we take steps
                to maintain the balance of forces so that our army could easily
                accomplish the tasks," Hakobyan assured.
                Faith is something some don’t have here, but not all it seems have lost faith in Armenia. Not the ones that matter anyway, you can call these people the people who have no faith the “progressives” at least that is what they want you to believe they are.

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                  LOL Armenia is making fun of the baboon, look at the equipment and what Armenia had to say about it this is making me laugh.

                  October 26, 2012 | 21:14

                  YEREVAN. – The Armenian Ministry of Defense is going to release a video, which will denounce the so-called ‘super advantage’ weapon ‘made in Azerbaijan’ under the name of ‘Istiglal.’

                  As a matter of fact, the Istiglal is a sort of a weapon, produced in the South African Republic out of license, the Armenian MOD secretary Artsrun Hovhannisyan said.

                  Hence, the Azerbaijani side simply stole it. However, the fact of being out of license is not the greatest default of the weapon.

                  “The weapon features bad optics. Also the snipers’ weapons cannot match the machine-gun bullets,” Hovhannisyan claimed.

                  According to some data, the ‘proud’ of Azerbaijani military productions will be no longer produced due to its high level recall morbidity.

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                    Until the end of November Uruguay recognizes the independence of Nagorno-Karabakh: media



                    (onRussian)

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                    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

                      Originally posted by ArmeniaSacra View Post
                      @Eddo, Sarkis86, Astalavist...I think it's useless to discuss this issue with these guys, let them think and believe what they want. People who are blind enough not to see the development Armenia and the Armenian armed forces have seen for the past 20 years are not worth taking from your valuable time and contribution to this forum. Specially when they're level of knowledge starts and ends in making claims they themselves could not prove. BTW...you guys let me know when he sends you the private message of the list of businesses and the people Sarkissian has killed...

                      @Mokum..when I was in Armenia last year I spoke with some people and they told me there wasn't any earthquake in Gymuri, and the Russians exploded an underground A-Bomb to force the Armenians to stop fighting in Karabakh. Should I believe that? If you want certain truths buddy, you rely on reliable data and info. Since in the midst of the war it was pretty difficult to know how exactly was Monte killed, the most reliable piece of info would be the stories told by his brothers in arms and his family. Both Monte's wife, brother, and brothers in arms have confirmed the same story...So i think it would be the best thing to leave our hero rest in peace and honor his memory.
                      Well said.....and Vahram, you are killing me brother

                      @Moderators, I believe it would be suitable if you put an end to this. This is supposed to be a military topic, and not a place where any random kid could post his political wetdreams on...it's getting disgusting and definitely reducing the value of the issue being discussed!

                      Cheers
                      I have been here long enough to know that the only true mod here is Federate (and Joseph when he is around) and there is only so much Fed can do with his hands tied.....as far as our illustrious progressive liberal Admin is concerned forget about it. "anybody can say whatever fck they want", that is their message to us and if you don't agree then you don't belong here (kind of contradicts their own statement of free speech but what the hell).

                      The reality is that if you want to post here then you should figure out which posters are really who.


                      Hyefighter I have no PM from you in regards to that hit list.....can you send it again?
                      B0zkurt Hunter

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