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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    Mher

    Will there be a counter attack if Azerbaijan breaks the ceasefire agreement and officially restart the war on Artsakh?

    Do you support Russian troops being deployed as peacekeepers in Artsakh if the war is started by Azerbaijan military?

    Will Armenian military get involved in defense of Artsakh if war started and it is attacked by full Azerbaijani forces to take our lands?
    I can answer some of your questions instead of him and im pretty sure he will answer the same, because he already did answer those questions before.

    1)Definitely we will. Our name is called "pashtpanutian banak" but it doesn't mean that we're going to defend only. and the right time and moment we can give equivalent response and attack them.
    2)"Pashtpanutian banak" is ready to defend any serious attack from the republic of Azerbaijan so i don't think we need Russian troops to be deployed there.
    3)Definitely Armenia will respond.

    Originally posted by Ak105 View Post

    Anyways can you ask how many fully functional and combat ready tanks we have in Armenia and Karabakh? I have literally come across an idiot who, i kid you not, said Armenia only had 20 full functional "modern tanks".
    He is not going to say the exact amount definitely but he will say yes sure we do have modern tanks that we did not have before.

    The real questions according to me that you should ask Him are.

    1) Azerbaijan is attacking Armenia from the province of Tavush. Why is that we don't hear any respond from the Russian side. The question is not why Russia isn't attacking them because we ourselves aren't, and in case of war both countries will, but at least we expect from the Russian authorities to respond! Why they don't?

    2) How come the Azerbaijani saboteurs (Back in 2014 Askerov and the other 2) were able to reach this close to the Karabakh border and somehow pass the contact line and take video of the Armenian weaponry from that close. they could have been 50 and attack the Armenian convoy causing us many casualties. And in General we are witnessing many sabotages passing to our side. eventually getting killed but unfortunately some cases we are having casualties too. What are we doing now to prevent this kind of sabotages or sub-diversion groups?

    3)Back in 2014 one of our Helicopters was shot down. Who was responsible that the Helicopters were flying that close to the border? What was/is our equivalent response to this act as we did not hear back any respond. I know that we wont take down any of the Azeri helicopters because we won the war and we don't want the war to restart but do Azeri Aircrafts or Helicopters fly that close to the border?
    Last edited by Spetsnaz; 07-14-2015, 05:14 AM.

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

      Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
      Interesting, do you happen to work in journalism?

      Anyways can you ask how many fully functional and combat ready tanks we have in armenia and karabakh? I have literally come across an idiot who, i kid you not, said armenia only had 20 full functional "modern tanks".
      No, nothing that interesting, I'm an engineering. This is part of the Birthright Armenia program, and I'm going along because it is a pretty unique opportunity.
      http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....baijan/page670

      This was three years ago

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

          Azerbaijani defense minister gives special instruction to army

          [ 14 July 2015 16:48 ]
          “In case of Armenians’ firing on Azerbaijan’s residential areas, the army will immediately open fire from large-caliber weapons on the enemy positions that are far from the scope of small arms, densely populated areas and military facilities”

          Baku – APA. Azerbaijani Defense Ministry has commented on Armenian armed forces’ frequent firing on Azerbaijan’s residential areas located along the frontline and the growing number of ceasefire violations.

          Defense Minister, Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov gave a special instruction in this regard, the ministry told APA on July 14.

          “In case of Armenians’ firing on Azerbaijan’s residential areas, the army will immediately open fire from large-caliber weapons on the enemy positions that are far from the scope of small arms, densely populated areas and military facilities,” the ministry said.

          http://en.apa.az/xeber_azerbaijani_d...ci_229707.html

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

            Mher,

            Can u ask him about possible plans for training diaspora youth in intense course military programs? The Israelis have a similar program where they train jewish youth living outside Israel to do military functions (not special forces of course). Any plans for similar programs?

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

              Originally posted by Federate View Post
              Dilham Askerov, the "guide"



              Askerov was charged and found guilty of having killed the 17 year old (sentenced to life) & he seems to be the brains behind it. He's always the one filming and narrating. The military officer Hasanov could have been the muscle of the group. Not sure what the 3rd fat f*ck's role was, maybe that's the "guide" since he only got 22 years. Although there's really no such thing as a guide when all 3 were caught with military equipment such as silenced AKs, silenced pistols, grenades etc.
              I know he was the one that killed the boy and that also suggests that he was subordinate, because commanders will let their subordinates do the dirty work.

              Also by guide I don't mean they aren't soldiers/saboteurs/diversants just that that was an impotant reason for them to be there.
              Last edited by Tsov; 07-14-2015, 07:12 AM.

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

                Originally posted by ArmeniaSacra View Post
                Mher,

                Can u ask him about possible plans for training diaspora youth in intense course military programs? The Israelis have a similar program where they train jewish youth living outside Israel to do military functions (not special forces of course). Any plans for similar programs?
                Yes, UrMistake had asked me to ask a similar question three years ago, and I didn't have time to do it, and I regretted it, so I will definitely try to do it. Same for all questions, i'll try to ask as many as possible.
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                • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                  Originally posted by ArmeniaSacra View Post
                  Mher,

                  Can u ask him about possible plans for training diaspora youth in intense course military programs? The Israelis have a similar program where they train jewish youth living outside Israel to do military functions (not special forces of course). Any plans for similar programs?
                  Yes that's an interesting one and maybe about the likelihood of Armenia having female concripts too.
                  Last edited by Tsov; 07-14-2015, 07:11 AM.

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

                    Originally posted by Tsov View Post
                    I know he was the one that killed the boy and that also suggests that he was subordinate, because commanders will let their subordinates do the dirty work.
                    This is not necessarily true. Azerbaijani rambos with a thirst for revenge will do the work themselves, it's an honor to kill us.
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                    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

                      If Ohanian can respond to your question with generic statements like "Armenia is always being vigilant and is ready to counter any threat from Azerbaijan" then it's a bad question.

                      I like the question about diaspora-army relations and the possibility of female conscripts.
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