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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    "Russian Knights" in Yerevan 01.10.2014






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      Excellent....and thanks for showing the Armenian designed devices that led to the UAV turret (Gimbal, skyball), which is fully functional and it by itself is a proto-type in its own kind for future designs.
      This is very important, I say again, its very important......I am sure Armenian engineers, if funded, will improve the Gimbal to make it more detailed with stronger zoom, infra red ranging, night vision, electromagnetic spectrum, thermal infrared imaging.......improvements in all of these plus the problems to transmit all data real time.

      This is something we as as small nation need for border control and enemy movements.
      B0zkurt Hunter

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        Two Azerbaijani soldiers wounded due to ceasefire violation

        AZ_BAKU - 14.04.2014 13:55:12


        Two soldiers of the Azerbaijani National Army were wounded as a result of the ceasefire violation by the Armenian Armed Forces.

        Elmirad Gurbanalizadeh and Asim Guliyev who received bullet wounds were hospitalized, the press-service of the Defense Ministry reported.

        It should be noted that Armenian Armed Forces broke ceasefire with Azerbaijani side again last night, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said on April 14.

        The armed forces of Armenia opened fire at the positions of Azerbaijani Armed Forces from the positions located near the villages of Yusifjanli, Shirvanli, Novruzlu, Bash Garvand, Kengerli, Shuraabad, Shikhlar of Agdam region and Kuropatkino of Khojavend region.

        The conflict between the two South Caucasus countries began in 1988 when Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan.

        As a result of the ensuing war, in 1992 Armenian armed forces occupied 20 percent of Azerbaijan, including the Nagorno-Karabakh region and seven surrounding districts.

        The two countries signed a ceasefire agreement in 1994. The co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, Russia, France and the U.S. are currently holding peace negotiations.

        Armenia has not yet implemented the U.N. Security Council's four resolutions on the liberation of the Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding regions. (Cihan/Xinhua)
        General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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          Airshow in the Day of Aviation of Armenia. 06.28.2013






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              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Armenian Army
              Are my eyes deceiving me or does the middle tank look like a T-90?
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                This is T-72BM

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                  Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                  This is T-72BM
                  Superb! Thank you burjuin.
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                    Armenia, NATO Review Cooperation



                    Senior Armenian and NATO officials have met in Brussels to review increased bilateral cooperation, reportedly agreeing on the U.S.-led alliance’s continued support for ongoing reforms of Armenia’s armed forces.

                    An Armenian military delegation headed by First Deputy Defense Minister Tonoyan visited the NATO headquarters for a regular meeting with NATO’s Political and Partnerships Committee (PPC) held on Monday. A statement released by Armenia’s Defense Ministry the following day said they mapped out joint actions planned for this year.

                    The statement said Tonoyan briefed members of the committee on “the course of defense reforms implemented in Armenia.” It added that the two sides “attached importance to ensuring the continuity” of assistance to those reforms provided by NATO and its individual member states, notably the United States. NATO officials praised progress that has already been made by Yerevan in boosting the civilian oversight and the transparency of the armed forces, according to the statement.

                    NATO has been specifically helping the Armenian military increase the number of non-commissioned officers serving on a contractual basis. As recently as last month, 46 Armenian sergeants underwent a week-long training course held by U.S. military instructors at the Defense Ministry’s Warrant Officer School. Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian and U.S. Ambassador to Armenia John Heffern attended their graduation ceremony.

                    “This course supports the U.S. mission to sustain strong relationships with other armies, building their capacity and facilitating strategic access, which will lead to stronger regional stability,” the U.S. Embassy said in a March 3 statement. It said more such training programs will be organized in the months to come.

                    Some of the U.S.-trained sergeants serve in an Armenian army brigade that contributes troops to the NATO-led missions in Kosovo and Afghanistan. The U.S. and several other NATO member states have provided considerable technical and material aid to the brigade over the past decade.

                    The Armenian government has insisted in recent months that its security ties with Washington and NATO in general will not be adversely affected by its plans to join a new Russian-dominated alliance of ex-Soviet states. Tonoyan said last December after talks with Evelyn Farkas, the U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia and Eurasia, that Yerevan plans to step up that cooperation.

                    While in Brussels, Tonoyan also met with James Appathurai, NATO’s deputy assistant secretary general for political affairs. The Defense Ministry statement said they discussed not only Armenia-NATO ties but also regional security issues.

                    http://www.azatutyun.am/content/article/25334617.html
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