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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    316-371 tanks,
    224-459 armored vehicles
    Thats on the wikipedia article on the NKR defense army. Is this at all accurate? Or is it just a bunch of rotting old soviet vehicles at a depot? Does anyone have any information on this?
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          Azeri-captured Armenian soldier transferred to UN refugee camp

          September 1, 2014 - 18:21 AMT
          PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian soldier Hakob Injighulyan was released from Azerbaijani captivity and transferred to a UN refugee camp.
          Injighulyan’s brother, Harutyun said that the family maintains contact with him through Skype, but only heard his voice for absence of a camera.
          He added that the family can finally set their minds at ease now that Hakob is no longer in Azerbaijan.

          According to Harutyun, the ex-captive wants to return to Armenia; however, no information on a deal agreed with the country Injighulyan was transferred to is available.
          "Hakob was reluctant to leave for the third country, but the only choice he was given was between leaving for the third country or dying," Pastinfo.am quoted him as saying.


          Hakob Injighulyan, an Armenian citizen and an army conscript, failed to find his bearings on the ground and crossed into the Azeri-controlled territory on the night of August 8, 2013.
          Azeri media outlets have since been spreading information suggesting the captive is unwilling to return to Armenia.
          In mid-October, media was circulating reports suggesting the captive was to be moved to a third country from Azerbaijan. The information, however, hadn’t been confirmed at the Yerevan Office of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). Injighulyan never mentioned his unwillingness to return to Armenia in a meeting with ICRC representatives, with Azerbaijani Prisoners of War Commission Secretary noting he sees no problem with the captive's return. Nor did he express intention to leave for a third country, reports said.
          Armenia has repeatedly slammed the “interviews” with Injighulyan as forced by Baku and urged the ICRC to take every effort to help the captive’s return, with no persecution to be initiated against him in the absence of crime in the act.
          In June, Injighulyan wrote letters to his family members
          “In a new letter, like in his previous ones, he wrote that he’s well and has no problems,” Injighulyan’s brother, Harut, told Panorama.am.
          However, several lines were crossed out in Injighulyan’s letters to his mother and brother. In Harut Injighulyan’s words, representatives of the ICRC Baku Office crossed out those lines, explaining that Hakob wrote things that his parents should not know.

          http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/news/182070/
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            Ադրբեջանական լրատվակայքերի տվյալներով՝ օգոստոսի 26-ին, ՀՀ Տավուշի մարզից ադրբեջանական Ղազախի շրջանի Քեմերլի գյուղ է անցել ՀՀ ոմն քաղաքացի։ Այսօր՝ սեպտեմբերի 1-ին, Ադրբեջանի պաշտպանության նախարարությունը հրապարակել է վերջինիս անձնական տվյալներն ու լուսանկարը։

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                  Originally posted by Chubs View Post
                  316-371 tanks,
                  224-459 armored vehicles
                  Thats on the wikipedia article on the NKR defense army. Is this at all accurate?
                  Jane's Defense put Artsakh's and Armenian's combined number of T-72 at 300 or more. Considering our current state of war I highly doubt we get rid of anything useful so I would put the number of T-55 at 100+. Count the 20 T-80BV's were probably looking at around 500 tanks. Still seems like a stretch for there to be that many tanks in Artsakh's but it might be right.
                  Also the 300 count for the T-72's is almost 4 years old. Im sure more have been acquired.

                  Or is it just a bunch of rotting old soviet vehicles at a depot?
                  I remember watching a video of tank repairs and maybe overhauls being done during the war, so I would guess with a lot more money available now, they could bring almost any vehicles up to working order.

                  Does anyone have any information on this?
                  A good amount of what I'm saying is speculation. Not the number of T-72's or T-80's tho.
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                      Originally posted by gokorik View Post
                      Jane's Defense put Artsakh's and Armenian's combined number of T-72 at 300 or more. Considering our current state of war I highly doubt we get rid of anything useful so I would put the number of T-55 at 100+. Count the 20 T-80BV's were probably looking at around 500 tanks. Still seems like a stretch for there to be that many tanks in Artsakh's but it might be right.
                      Also the 300 count for the T-72's is almost 4 years old. Im sure more have been acquired.



                      I remember watching a video of tank repairs and maybe overhauls being done during the war, so I would guess with a lot more money available now, they could bring almost any vehicles up to working order.


                      A good amount of what I'm saying is speculation. Not the number of T-72's or T-80's tho.
                      If u talk about our T55 than we have only 12 of them in service, and they are not for war but only trainings, when azeris got 100 of them, but again, not in service.
                      We dont have T80s
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