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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Originally posted by burjuin View Post

      Still can't believe we beat China...
      Now time to illegally make copies of that tank and sell them to countries half off like the sneaky armenians we are...
      EDIT: Why does it have a picture of a T90MS Tagil on the certificate?
      Last edited by Chubs; 08-16-2014, 03:53 PM.
      Armenian colony of Glendale will conquer all of California!

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        Grats to our boys! I hope we never have to use any weapons but it is nice to have a few nice ones just in case.
        Hayastan or Bust.

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          The PR is worth billions.
          (not) using our elite team is a message with gold.
          Should have morale impact on common monkeys.
          A real blessing.
          HARK

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            Interesting summary from civil net on what happened:
            http://civilnet.am/uncovering-myster...emil-sanamyan/

            This is offtopic but interesting, wish to get your opinions on it: http://worldpopulationreview.com/cou...ia-population/

            I believe the emigration problem is much bigger than the stalemate between us and Azerbaijan and should be dealt with first. We need to seed out corruption to attract investors, build up the military industrial complex and utilize our geographical advantage over others in the market. (We border the Middle East for f**** sake. They are always fighting we might as well make money off it.)
            It takes two weeks and the help of 650 men to build 1 t90A...(At least I think) Think about it. Imagine the amount of jobs this would create. Imagine the amount of jobs created if we were to produce AK74ms locally like Azerbaijan. Start the creation of our own domestic products like Georgia. Start exporting them to CSTO members..(Hell maybe when the war in Ukraine blows over the political ties are re-established between our countries, we can export to them too xD)

            And our military alliance with Russia is going to greatly benefit Armenia
            If the sanctions are lifted off Russia after this Ukraine BS is over, then Armenia is going to have early access to ALOT of new Russian weaponry. The new MBTs, BTRs, and BMPs. Imagine all of those awesome weapons, on discount.
            Stuff like:
            Universal Combat Platform T-99 "Armata"
            BMPT
            BTR-T

            And much, much more to come. Most of this is scheduled to be in full force by 2020
            Last edited by Chubs; 08-16-2014, 09:49 PM.
            Armenian colony of Glendale will conquer all of California!

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              Tank biathlon. The final of the 2014 World Cup .
              Armenian crew in the yellow tank.









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                Does anybody know the tasks in the competition, thanks.

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                Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
                Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
                Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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                  Originally posted by Chubs View Post
                  Interesting summary from civil net on what happened:
                  http://civilnet.am/uncovering-myster...emil-sanamyan/
                  makes you wonder how many other "groups" are there we don't know about? This guy have been going in and out of Karvachar for 15 years. Pretty amateurs of our security forces if you ask me. The damage is huge, he gave lots of intelligence to Azeris over the years, and if they didn't get C0cky this time and murder someone, they'd have managed to get away again. Their arrogance got the best of them.
                  It's difficult to mine such a long mountainous border with so many unpaved roads. My bet is he didn't get in with Omar pass. There must be a better solution.

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                      Originally posted by Chubs View Post
                      Interesting summary from civil net on what happened:
                      http://civilnet.am/uncovering-myster...emil-sanamyan/

                      This is offtopic but interesting, wish to get your opinions on it: http://worldpopulationreview.com/cou...ia-population/

                      I believe the emigration problem is much bigger than the stalemate between us and Azerbaijan and should be dealt with first. We need to seed out corruption to attract investors, build up the military industrial complex and utilize our geographical advantage over others in the market. (We border the Middle East for f**** sake. They are always fighting we might as well make money off it.)
                      It takes two weeks and the help of 650 men to build 1 t90A...(At least I think) Think about it. Imagine the amount of jobs this would create. Imagine the amount of jobs created if we were to produce AK74ms locally like Azerbaijan. Start the creation of our own domestic products like Georgia. Start exporting them to CSTO members..(Hell maybe when the war in Ukraine blows over the political ties are re-established between our countries, we can export to them too xD)

                      And our military alliance with Russia is going to greatly benefit Armenia
                      If the sanctions are lifted off Russia after this Ukraine BS is over, then Armenia is going to have early access to ALOT of new Russian weaponry. The new MBTs, BTRs, and BMPs. Imagine all of those awesome weapons, on discount.
                      Stuff like:
                      Universal Combat Platform T-99 "Armata"
                      BMPT
                      BTR-T

                      And much, much more to come. Most of this is scheduled to be in full force by 2020
                      Although I agree with some of the points in above post, such as weeding out corruption, I disagree on others.
                      ----- the middle east is always fighting, (we) might as well make money off of it ----
                      Reminds me of the money changers wringing their hands in greed.
                      Is that who WE want to be.
                      Yes, there is a fked up situation over there, how can we make money of of it.
                      What a lovely sentiment. How righteous.
                      How about --- unlike --- the rest of this God damned world, WE have a heart.
                      I can understand us building up our military capabilities for OUR troops and country. I can see cooperating with with Uraguy or Syria. But the stans? Or general arms dealer?
                      Creativity is a wonderful thing, the door is wide open.
                      Let us pursue decency, not money.
                      The moral high ground would be virtually vacant if not for us and a precious few others.
                      Yes we need capital, but not by hook or crook.
                      Let US hold ourselves to a higher standard than the common but wipes of the freakin planet.
                      HARK

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