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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Joint military parade of the Armenian-Russian forces in Gyumri, dedicated to the 69th anniversary of the Victory Day and the 22nd anniversary of the liberation of Shushi.

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      Celebrations in Stepanakert, dedicated to 69th anniversary of the Victory Day, the 22nd anniversary of the NKR Defense Army and the liberation of Shushi








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

        10 օր անց հայտնաբերվել է անհետ կորած զինծառայողի դին
        Մայիս 11, 2014 | 19:41

        Արփա գետի երկայնքով հրշեջ-փրկարարները, ջրափրկարարները եւ զինծառայողները որոնողափրկարարական աշխատանքներ իրականացնելիս մայիսի 11-ին, ժամը 18.03-ի սահմաններում սահմանային չեզոք գոտում` Տանձիկի ջրամբարում, հայտնաբերել են զինծառայող ավագ լեյտենանտ Մերուժան Հարությունյանի դին:

        Հիշեցնենք, որ մայիսի 1-ին ահազանգ էր ստացվել, որ Վայոց Ձորի Արենի գյուղի մոտակայքում զինծառայող, ավագ լեյտենանտ Մերուժան Հարությունյանը ժամը 18.00-ի սահմաններում գնացել է Արփա գետի ուղղությամբ եւ, ըստ նախնական վարկածի, ընկել էր գետը:

        Դեպքի վայր էր մեկնել մարզային ՃԿԿ-ի օպերատիվ խումբը:

        Փրկարարները զինվորականների հետ համատեղ սկսել էին որոնողական աշխատանքները Արփա գետի երկայնքով՝ ընկնելու հավանական վայրից մինչ Նախիջեւանի հետ սահմանի հատվածը (մոտ 600 մ):

        http://news.am/arm/news/208631.html

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

          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          Celebrations in Stepanakert, dedicated to 69th anniversary of the Victory Day, the 22nd anniversary of the NKR Defense Army and the liberation of Shushi


          here we see 2K12 Kub in NKR

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            Celebrations in Stepanakert, dedicated to 69th anniversary of the Victory Day, the 22nd anniversary of the NKR Defense Army and the liberation of Shushi








            Last edited by burjuin; 05-11-2014, 12:02 PM.

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

              Celebrations in Stepanakert, dedicated to 69th anniversary of the Victory Day, the 22nd anniversary of the NKR Defense Army and the liberation of Shushi







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

                Celebrations in Stepanakert, dedicated to 69th anniversary of the Victory Day, the 22nd anniversary of the NKR Defense Army and the liberation of Shushi





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

                  Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                  Celebrations in Stepanakert, dedicated to 69th anniversary of the Victory Day, the 22nd anniversary of the NKR Defense Army and the liberation of Shushi
                  OK now he is having too much fun.....Love the paint job.

                  btw, anybody by any chance know where I can get a outdoor good quality Artsakh flag in LA area?
                  B0zkurt Hunter

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

                    Airshow in the Day of Aviation of Armenia. 06.28.2013







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

                      Video footage of bodies of two Azerbaijanis killed in Syria released
                      [ 13 May 2014 13:27 ]

                      One of them was reportedly a brother of Azerbaijani commander Nijat Ashurov, aka “Abu Yahya”, who was killed in Syria in 2013.

                      Baku. Hafiz Heydarov – APA. The video footage of the bodies of two Azerbaijanis recently killed in Syria has been released.

                      According to information obtained by APA, the body of one of the dead belongs to Sumgayit resident Rufat Ashurov, aka “Ibrahim”. It is also reported that Ashurov was a brother of Azerbaijani commander Nijat Ashurov, aka “Abu Yahya”, who was killed in Syria in 2013.

                      The second body belongs to Baku resident Araz, aka “Zubeyr”.

                      Earlier, APA reported about the murder of the abovementioned persons. However, the photos of their bodies were released for the first time.

                      As the situation became tense a large number of Azerbaijani citizens started to go Syria and fight against the government forces within various radical groups. Nearly 100 Azerbaijanis were killed in the battles during this period. Photos of most of them were posted on social networks by the Mujahideen.

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