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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Armenian Defense Minister visited military units in Gyumri







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

      Originally posted by Chubs View Post
      At 0:28, how many times have i told you guys that they need proper vests, and the ones they use are crap?

      The sides straps simply rip off when they are firing, thats unacceptable. They do have armor plates in the front, but I think that better quality combat vests + a modern flak jacket capable of withstanding ammunition might be alot better than the one plate.

      The polish body armor sold by lubawa acts as both a flak vest and a plate carrier. Capable of holding the armor plates Armenia produces, and providing comfy protection in a combat environment.

      Or the troops quickly woke up, and just slapped their vests on without adjusting the straps...either way the vests they have suck absolute ass

      Here are some Iranian plate carriers that Armenia can purchase, they are used by the IRGC. Purchase them and only use the front pocket, while having the options for other plates on the side and back. Although, Id prefer the polish lubawa flakjacket plate carriers:

      agree, they need and hope they will change to quality made stuff from Lubawa

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

        Originally posted by Chubs View Post
        At 0:28, how many times have i told you guys that they need proper vests, and the ones they use are crap?

        The sides straps simply rip off when they are firing, thats unacceptable. They do have armor plates in the front, but I think that better quality combat vests + a modern flak jacket capable of withstanding ammunition might be alot better than the one plate.

        The polish body armor sold by lubawa acts as both a flak vest and a plate carrier. Capable of holding the armor plates Armenia produces, and providing comfy protection in a combat environment.

        Or the troops quickly woke up, and just slapped their vests on without adjusting the straps...either way the vests they have suck absolute ass

        Here are some Iranian plate carriers that Armenia can purchase, they are used by the IRGC. Purchase them and only use the front pocket, while having the options for other plates on the side and back. Although, Id prefer the polish lubawa flakjacket plate carriers:

        it says in the picture bullet proof vest with ceramic in it?why do they put ceramic in these?interesting

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

          Originally posted by argin View Post
          it says in the picture bullet proof vest with ceramic in it?why do they put ceramic in these?interesting
          Ceramic has a number of commonalities with stone (rock).
          It can be designed with variable hardness & toughness. Also can be made relatively light compared to natural stone that is capable of stopping bullets.

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

            Originally posted by Artashes View Post
            Ceramic has a number of commonalities with stone (rock).
            It can be designed with variable hardness & toughness. Also can be made relatively light compared to natural stone that is capable of stopping bullets.
            oh so its the ceramic that stops the bullet,i didnt know,thanks a lot

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

              Originally posted by Federate View Post
              Voskanapat reveals photo of a killed Azeri sniper from February

              http://voskanapat.info/?p=10765

              Looks like a Dragenov did the job......I like to know the range fired from. it looks no less than 300 yrds, maybe 700yrds

              Nice shot.
              B0zkurt Hunter

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

                I have no doubts about the number of deaths Armenian claims to have suffered. With Armenia's free media, you can't just hide 20 deaths as Aliyev's fantasy news reports. Armenia reported specific names, and DOBs. If there were more, there would be widespread media coverage, those families would demand the truth and for their sons to be buried with honors. This isn't Azerbaijan where you can't just sweep those things under the rug. So that's not up for debate.

                However, if Armenia claims to have killed 14, We need to see photographs of each and every body remaining. If any are any caught in no mans land, you get evidence of that, and make sure to make recovery as difficult as possible, like they have done to us, so word of it gets out, and it gets covered in the media, so they can't continue they fantasy charade.

                Given our budgetary constraints, there is only so much we can spend on gear and equipment, and I believe I military planning is relatively superior. Where we are lacking is the information war. If Azerbaijan is indeed losing soldiers, we need to make it clear, publicize it all around the internet, as to create internal strife that puts pressure on Aliyev to stop treating his soldiers like the lab rats that they've become.

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                  Armenian Army





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

                    Originally posted by Federate View Post
                    Video has a re-enactment of what went down yesterday.

                    WOW nearly 80,000 hits on youtube in just over a day.

                    Strength and courage to our boys.

                    Our thought are with you.

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

                      Originally posted by Mher View Post
                      I have no doubts about the number of deaths Armenian claims to have suffered. With Armenia's free media, you can't just hide 20 deaths as Aliyev's fantasy news reports. Armenia reported specific names, and DOBs. If there were more, there would be widespread media coverage, those families would demand the truth and for their sons to be buried with honors. This isn't Azerbaijan where you can't just sweep those things under the rug. So that's not up for debate.

                      However, if Armenia claims to have killed 14, We need to see photographs of each and every body remaining. If any are any caught in no mans land, you get evidence of that, and make sure to make recovery as difficult as possible, like they have done to us, so word of it gets out, and it gets covered in the media, so they can't continue they fantasy charade.

                      Given our budgetary constraints, there is only so much we can spend on gear and equipment, and I believe I military planning is relatively superior. Where we are lacking is the information war. If Azerbaijan is indeed losing soldiers, we need to make it clear, publicize it all around the internet, as to create internal strife that puts pressure on Aliyev to stop treating his soldiers like the lab rats that they've become.
                      I agree with this assessment 100%
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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