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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Mezik Mig chen tha.......vortev imanoumen (kithen) menk Azerbayjan e kooneng yev Baku mer tankere..... parade? yes

    I would guess they are Mig-29B which is the older model......however they have been modified to carry the latest Russian air to air missiles with associated avionics and cocckpit display.
    B0zkurt Hunter

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      If Armenia has the money, has the Mig's that simple !
      Your Armenian Lion

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        I hope you right......I am all for it.
        B0zkurt Hunter

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

          Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
          Mezik Mig chen tha.......vortev imanoumen (kithen) menk Azerbayjan e kooneng yev Baku mer tankere..... parade? yes

          I would guess they are Mig-29B which is the older model......however they have been modified to carry the latest Russian air to air missiles with associated avionics and cocckpit display.
          My guess is if these are older frames with new cocckpit/avionics /latest air to air missiles, then they also have reinforced frames, newer more powerful engines that burn cleane and require less maintainence , plus they have new capability of air to ground with precision guided ...
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            Not sure about air to ground but they could have newer engines, that is not hard to change since the aircraft is setup for it. nothing wrong with older airframe as long as its maintained per the maintenance manual.

            Those jets are there to intercept any aircraft flying over from Turkish side. Turkish F-4s will be target practice for these Migs flown by experienced Russian pilots.
            B0zkurt Hunter

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                Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
                Not sure about air to ground but they could have newer engines, that is not hard to change since the aircraft is setup for it. nothing wrong with older airframe as long as its maintained per the maintenance manual.

                Those jets are there to intercept any aircraft flying over from Turkish side. Turkish F-4s will be target practice for these Migs flown by experienced Russian pilots.
                Right, they'll be sending their F4s cuz sending expensive F16s to get shutdown aint that popular.

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

                  Завершился первый этап проекта «Skype для военнослужащих АО НКР».

                  Июнь 30, 2015

                  ...В конце 2013 года, по инициативе министерстрва культуры и по делам молодежи НКР, на модернизацию и переоснащение ретрансляторов, передающих сигналы в районах и для доступа к интернет на местах, было выделено порядка 2 млн. драмов.

                  В течении месяца силами «Арминко НК» все подготовительные работы были завершены и в начале года проект был запущен. Качество связи позволяло одновременно задействовать в течении 8 часов до 18 ноутбуков.

                  В течении года проектом были охвачены наиболее отдаленные ВЧ АО НКР, имеющие проблемы со связью.

                  Наиболее резонансным стала организация видеомостов в Егникнер, где для доступа к интернет пришлось установить дополнительные ретрансляционные вышки, а кое-где установить солнечные панели. В результате удалось организовать связь в самой отдаленной ВЧ на севере республики.Видеовстреча там была организована в июне и начале августа 2014 года, когда на линии фронта азербайджанская армия предприняла широкомасшабные диверсионные действия.

                  Организация видеомостов практически на линии фронта позволила снять психологическое напряжение у военнослужащих и, конечно же у их родителей, которые смогли в течении двух дней пообщаться со своими сыновьями и воочию убедиться, что ситуация находится под полным контролем и повода для беспокойства и тем более паники, нету.

                  В 2015 году проект получил второе дыхание благодаря финнансовой поддержке министерства культуры РА.

                  Начиная с 1 апреля организованы еженедельные видеомосты в 6 отдаленных ВЧ АО НКР. В течении дня, порядка 300 военнослужащих по 20 минут каждый, общаются со своими родными и близкими. Выезды в отдаленные воинские части предусмотрены до конца текущего года. Проектом на первом этапе охвачены 6 ВЧ, однако уже поступают заявки из других ВЧ АО НКР, которые не охвачены проектом, с просьбой организовать видеомосты и в их частях.

                  Удастся ли организовать видеомосты во всех ВЧ, вопрос риторический и зависит не только от организаторов, говорит руководитель проекта, директор Образовательного Фонда Владимир Григорян.
                  –«На сегодня мы разработали механизм по вовлечению всех воинских частей в проект на постоянной основе, но для этого необходимы дополнительные средства», говорит руководитель проекта. Если удаться убедить руководство минобороны НКР о необходимости и затребованности проекта, то все остальное дело техники, говорит В. Григорян.

                  Однако, все это с лихвой компенсируется, благодаря моральному удовлетворению от увиденного. Трудно словами описать ту радость, которую мы видим в глазах военослужащих и их родных и близких. А постоянный вопрос, -«когда к нам в следующий раз приедете?», не оставляет сомнений в том, что проект затребован как в армии, так и в обществе, говорит В. Григорян.

                  P.S. В течении 3 месяцев, благодаря проекту «Skype для военнослужащих АО НКР» и финансово-организационной поддержке министерства культуры и по делам молодежи НКР и министерства культуры РА, 3262 военнослужащих из отдаленных воинских частей сумели пообщаться со своими родными и близкими.
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                    Son of Governor Avoided Military Service With A Diagnosis of Mental Issues

                    Tigran Khachatryan, Syunik governor’s son, who has been detained for the Sghdi Gyol case, had been exempted from mandatory military service on the basis of the conclusion of a psychiatric examination.
                    His advocate Armen Melkonyan confirmed that Tigran, 20 has not been drafted yet, noting that his defendant has not been exempted but has not served yet due to medical issues.
                    “He was given deferment from army due to health issues. Tigran has stated in his testimony that if the examination conclusion states he is healthy, he is ready to serve,” the advocate said.
                    Pastinfo has learned, however, that the governor’s son’s military has been deferred for 3 years due to mental health issues under the defense minister’s order. His diagnosis is “moderately expressed neurasthenia”.
                    By the way, the governor’s son, exempted from military service due to mental issues, is the chairman of the territorial committee of Young Yerkrapah Union and recently has been awarded the medal of Yerkrapah Union of Volunteers by Manvel Grigoryan, the chair of the union.

                    http://www.lragir.am/index/eng/0/cou....EEZ8x3Ic.dpuf

                    I usually wouldn't lower myself to sharing anything by Lragir, but I can make an exception for Liska's psychotic bloodsucking davajan clan.
                    <<եթե զենք էլ չլինի' ես քարերով կկրվեմ>>

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

                      Originally posted by Mher View Post
                      Son of Governor Avoided Military Service With A Diagnosis of Mental Issues

                      Tigran Khachatryan, Syunik governor’s son, who has been detained for the Sghdi Gyol case, had been exempted from mandatory military service on the basis of the conclusion of a psychiatric examination.
                      His advocate Armen Melkonyan confirmed that Tigran, 20 has not been drafted yet, noting that his defendant has not been exempted but has not served yet due to medical issues.
                      “He was given deferment from army due to health issues. Tigran has stated in his testimony that if the examination conclusion states he is healthy, he is ready to serve,” the advocate said.
                      Pastinfo has learned, however, that the governor’s son’s military has been deferred for 3 years due to mental health issues under the defense minister’s order. His diagnosis is “moderately expressed neurasthenia”.
                      By the way, the governor’s son, exempted from military service due to mental issues, is the chairman of the territorial committee of Young Yerkrapah Union and recently has been awarded the medal of Yerkrapah Union of Volunteers by Manvel Grigoryan, the chair of the union.

                      http://www.lragir.am/index/eng/0/cou....EEZ8x3Ic.dpuf
                      It is mind boggling how the friends of the establishment have immunity from the law and regulations in the public gaze

                      I usually wouldn't lower myself to sharing anything by Lragir, but I can make an exception for Liska's psychotic bloodsucking davajan clan.
                      Where there's muck there's brass
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                      Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
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