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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    The painkiller idea sounds good actually(atleast for a while). I can get lots of painkillers to pretty cheap. The more i read about that legion you guys posted the more i am interested. Would have to upgrade my hunting rifle hehe. If you guys are already members then send me a pm please.
    Hayastan or Bust.

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      Originally posted by Vahram View Post
      Sorry to hear they are gone. When I said pumpusht it is metaphoric, if you want we get tanks

      I'm all game for this, not sure where to begin nor do I want to hold any money or collect it myself. I just would like something like Armenia fund or something but dedicated to pumpusht!



      Lets do it! How wise do you think it is to get in touch with NKR office in the US and ask them to put something up on their website for people who want to donate to the Pumpusht fund? If trust is an issue, we can go around developing this trust between us. We all trust NK, so why not let them collect the money? Just have them put something up on the website, name of the link should be pumpusht, and let donations begin!
      I think you guys know that in WWII american armenians financed creation of an armenian tank division called "Sasuntsi Davit" in soviet army and helped in many other ways also. In my opinion that division was intended for use when soviets were going to invade into germany's ally, turkey.
      But after yalta conference (I think) stalin agreed with allies to keep hungary instead of invading turkey.

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

        Originally posted by HyeFighter2 View Post
        mi kopti mardkanc, inch asec vor 4haskacox asecir et txun?
        Du mech mi mti. Ko kartcike indz 4hetakrkrum.

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

          Hey guys I made this petition on Whitehouse.gov, I suggest that everyone here signs it and passes it on!

          Stop support to the Turkish and Azerbaijani governments.

          http://wh.gov/nZlX
          Last edited by Yerevanski92; 12-19-2012, 12:13 AM.

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            Defense Army of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic





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

              Originally posted by Yerevanski92 View Post
              Hey guys I made this petition on Whitehouse.gov, I suggest that everyone here signs it and passes it on!

              Stop support to the Turkish and Azerbaijani governments.

              http://wh.gov/nZlX
              Once again I come across this request to "write/copy" words that are shown. One word is written "sgwiggly" and the other more normal.
              Every time I copy as I see it, screen says try again --- phuck
              So once again I can't sign petition because "my opinion" an a$shole act.
              Any bright computer people that can overcome -- a$shole act --
              Artashes
              HARK

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

                This is a nice thought. Strategically it makes sense for Russia because they want to be able to intercept hostile aircraft or missiles as far from their borders as possible, and having S-400's in Armenia better secures Russian positions in the North Caucasus. It also checks any moves by Georgia and turkey. And it gives Russia a closer air defense system to Iran where the west's aggression is focused. It would also be a great reply by Russia to the US giving turkey Patriot missiles to station on the Syrian border. And it would reinforce Russia's role in the region with recent reports of israel using azerbaijan as an outpost for its drones. If I recall correctly, the usually tight-lipped Armenian Defense Ministry announced earlier this year that Armenia was "interested in acquiring" the S-400 system. There are some good opportunities here.

                Political expert: Deploying S-400 in Armenia will be the most realistic response of Moscow to Azerbaijan's closing Gabala radar station

                Deploying S-400 in Armenia will be the most realistic response of Moscow to Azerbaijan's closing Gabala radar station, Sergey Minasyan, Head of the Department for Political Studies, Caucasus Institute, told ArmInfo.

                The Agreement on the Status, Principles and Terms of Exploitation of the Gabala Radar Station between the Governments of Azerbaijan and RF expired on December 9 2012. In this light, Russia sent a note on suspension of the station's exploitation starting Dec 10 2012. Built in 1985 the Gabala radar station was once one of the most important elements of the Soviet missile defense system. Earlier Azerbaijan demanded Russia to pay a higher annual lease price for the Gabala radio radar station (former Armenian Kutkashen) i.e. 300 million dollars instead of the current 7 million dollars. The Station's
                detection range is around 8,000 km in radius, including Africa, Middle East, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, India, China and all the states of South-Eastern Asia, including Australia.

                "In spite of the deteriorating relations of Russia and Azerbaijan, Moscow does not need a new radar station. Nevertheless, Russia can response to such step in another way. If Moscow decides to respond, deploying new air defense systems in Armenia will be the most realistic measure. I think that the point is not Gabala. The problem is in the presence of Russian troops in Azerbaijan, because leaving Gabala, Russia will no longer have military presence in Azerbaijan," the political expert said.

                Earlier, Armenian Defense Ministry Spokesperson Artsrun Hovhannisyan said that Russia might build a radar station similar to Gabala in Armenia.

                http://www.arminfo.am/index.cfm?obje...FBF6327207157C
                Follow my comments on the blog http://theriseofrussia.blogspot.com/

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                  Defense Army of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic






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                      Originally posted by Sarkis86 View Post
                      This is a nice thought. Strategically it makes sense for Russia because they want to be able to intercept hostile aircraft or missiles as far from their borders as possible, and having S-400's in Armenia better secures Russian positions in the North Caucasus. It also checks any moves by Georgia and turkey. And it gives Russia a closer air defense system to Iran where the west's aggression is focused. It would also be a great reply by Russia to the US giving turkey Patriot missiles to station on the Syrian border. And it would reinforce Russia's role in the region with recent reports of israel using azerbaijan as an outpost for its drones. If I recall correctly, the usually tight-lipped Armenian Defense Ministry announced earlier this year that Armenia was "interested in acquiring" the S-400 system. There are some good opportunities here.
                      Wanted the other quote in this post. --- oh well
                      Please clarify ----- quote in parenthesis --- "former Armenian Kutkashen"
                      Please
                      Thank you Artashes
                      HARK

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