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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    I am not trying to get anyone to hate Kurds.
    The lies and obfuscation being propagated by turc govt & turcs in general plus the kurd endeavor to highlight their ?humanity? are what's in the worlds face today (right now).
    Not justice for the Armenians or their descendants.
    I'm seeking the unadulterated truth, not what the kurds or turcs want to depict.

    I think there is a real difference.
    HARK

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      Does this mean our s_300s can also withstand American made jets and stealth bombers?and by any chance anyone know if the variant of the system is same as ours or more advanced?

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        Let's wrap up the Kurdish discussions people. I suggest you continue it here http://forum.hyeclub.com/showthread....432#post361432

        Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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          Contract serviceman dies due to violation of combat duty regulations

          15:06, 19 August, 2015
          YEREVAN, AUGUST 19, ARMENPRESS. The General Military Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Armenia initiated a criminal case on the death of contract serviceman Ashot Hovhannisyan.

          Armenpress was informed from the Department of Information and Public Relations of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Armenia that as a result of wounds received from gunshots when carrying out and Violating combat duty regulations in Armenia Defense Ministry military post, contract serviceman Ashot Hovhannisyan, born 1990 died at 23:40 August 18, 2015. The General Military Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Republic of Armenia initiated a criminal case according to part 3 of the article 365 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Armenia (Violation of combat duty regulations.)

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            How did he violate combat duty regulations in Armenia Defense Ministry military post?

            Rest In Peace.
            B0zkurt Hunter

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

              Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
              How did he violate combat duty regulations in Armenia Defense Ministry military post?

              Rest In Peace.
              I also couldn't wrap my brain around the report.maybe during military excericise?or handling of weaponery
              Last edited by argin; 08-19-2015, 09:32 PM.

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                Russian servicemen conduct “extreme driving” exercises in Armenia

                18:03, 19 August, 2015
                YEREVAN, AUGUST 19, ARMENPRESS. On August 19, more than 300 servicemen of Russian military base in Armenia launched 100 km long tactical maneuvers towards “Alagyaz training complex” with 150 units of special military equipment. As “Armenpress” was informed from the press service of the RF Southern Military District, the soldiers and the sergeants must conduct field “extreme driving” exercises on an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level and above 50 degrees Celsius.

                70% of the exercises will be held at night hours, part of which under the condition of applying Weapons of Mass Destruction by conventional enemy as well as in conventional radiation and biological threat zones, wearing army gas masks and protective suits.

                UAV unit follows the process of the performance of the exercises and overcoming the barriers.

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                    Opening of 'Union 2015: Heirs of Victory – Armenia’ international youth military, sport and educational contest-gathering in Tsaghkadzor







                    Last edited by burjuin; 08-20-2015, 02:22 AM.

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                      Georgia Developing Non-Russian Su-25

                      Georgia is developing a version of the Su-25 ground attack aircraft that replaces all the Russian-origin parts with European or Israeli substitutes.

                      The effort is being undertaken by the state defense company Tbilaviastroy, which under Soviet times was the center of Su-25 production and now carries out repair and renovations of the aircraft.

                      Hostile relations between Tbilisi and Moscow obviously hamstrung Georgia's work on the Su-25, which relied heavily on Russian-produced parts and subsystems. And the situation got especially bad after the 2008 war between the two countries: "the plant had simply no other way out after approximately 2008, when Moscow imposed a total ban on exports of any products to Georgia of a military or dual use," said Irakli Aladashvili, a reporter for Georgian newspaper Kviris Palitra.

                      Georgia had tried various routes out of this situation, such as proposing joint production with Azerbaijan and cooperating with Israel. But now, Aladashvili reports, citing company director Nodar Beridze, Tbilaviastroy is going all the way and creating a version of the Su-25 without any Russian parts whatsoever. The new aircraft would be called the Ge-31, or "Bora."

                      The Bora's fuselage and wings would be manufactured in Georgia, while engines, electronic systems, and so on will be procured in France, Italy, and the UK, according to Beridze. The Su-25 is still a popular aircraft around the world, so it could potentially have a large export market.

                      It's worth noting, though, that the report comes shortly after Georgia's defense minister publicly called out Georgia's state defense industry, accusing it of making "non-functional" products and operating with murky business practices. Announcing an exciting new product is certainly a way to emphasize your relevance and deflect political criticism.
                      http://www.eurasianet.org/node/74761...medium=twitter

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