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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 haydavid View Post
    Some of you guys are so pathetic... You talk like going to war and fight is just a game. Im sure youbwouldnt talk like you di if it were your brother or yourself in the front. Its easy to talk when you are hundreds or even thousands of kms behind the frontline.
    I have 2 cousins in the posts and myself is not afraid to volunteer to go front to protect my holy land,but its better to sacrifice fighting a war that each soldiers sacrifise can be a demise for the enemy and can be a fist of land liberated,instead of them being a sitting duck and get shot at by multiple rockets by the adversary to test our tolerance and abilities.
    Last edited by argin; 09-27-2015, 02:32 AM.

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

      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
      1- These photos do not represent any danger, since nothing significative in it. So the posters did nothing wrong.
      2- Nevertheless, as a people, we must be prepared for events going to the worse, so we must learn to avoid making such photos, and posting them. Each of us does see this kind of scene everyday, specially while travelling along strategic highways. Most of those scenes are not state secrets, nevertheless, from time to time, they may inform the enemy about our troop mouvements.
      3- As a principle, we must integrate the idea, that any scene might be informative for the enemy, even if it is not evident for ourselves, simple citizens... so to avoid taking the risk of serving the enemy, lets refrain. If not possible to refrain, lets delay the publications during hot periods, for a period of a month. or something reasonable...
      4- At last, let us not reproduce such operative photos, even if they were posted already, just to avoid serving enemy intelligence.

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

        Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
        1- These photos do not represent any danger, since nothing significative in it. So the posters did nothing wrong.
        2- Nevertheless, as a people, we must be prepared for events going to the worse, so we must learn to avoid making such photos, and posting them. Each of us does see this kind of scene everyday, specially while travelling along strategic highways. Most of those scenes are not state secrets, nevertheless, from time to time, they may inform the enemy about our troop mouvements.
        3- As a principle, we must integrate the idea, that any scene might be informative for the enemy, even if it is not evident for ourselves, simple citizens... so to avoid taking the risk of serving the enemy, lets refrain. If not possible to refrain, lets delay the publications during hot periods, for a period of a month. or something reasonable...
        4- At last, let us not reproduce such operative photos, even if they were posted already, just to avoid serving enemy intelligence.
        Vrej, me and you have had our differences but I'm 100% with you on this. There's 0 benifit and some risk.
        Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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

          Originally posted by Hakob View Post
          Yes Artashes, it could be that Azeris are doing this because of Russia's Syria actions. But connections to it are fuzzy.
          A war in Artsakh that is not in Russia's liking will not go baku's way.
          The question here is what is Russia's intentions?
          I don't think that even state department can tell for sure.
          I'm having trouble understanding exactlly what you mean. So you're saying its possible Russian might see some sort of benifit in azerbaijan attacking us? That this might be moscow doing? Could you clarify what you mean?
          Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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

            Mediators Urge Baku To Accept Karabakh Ceasefire Safeguard
            9/27/15

            The U.S., Russian and French mediators urged Azerbaijan on Saturday to accept their long-standing proposal to set up a mechanism for international investigations of ceasefire violations in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone.

            “Armenia has agreed to discuss the details of the mechanism, and we urged Azerbaijan to do the same,” the three co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group said one day after hosting fresh talks in New York between the foreign ministers of the two states...

            http://www.azatutyun.am/content/article/27272591.html
            Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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

              CSTO “Indestructible Brotherhood 2015” military exercises to be held in Armenia
              19:38, 26.09.2015
              Region:World News, Armenia
              Theme: Politics


              YEREVAN. - “Indestructible Brotherhood 2015” military exercises of CSTO Collective Peacekeeping Forces will be carried out in Armenia’s “Baghramyan” military training center from September 30 to October 4.

              The exercises will be attended by the representatives of the Armed Forces and Police (militia) subdivisions of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Tajikistan, as well as the ICRC and CSTO Joint Headquarters and Secretariat representatives.

              The main objectives of “Indestructible Brotherhood 2015” military exercises include enhancing mutual understanding and cooperation between the peacekeeping troops of the CSTO member states, improvement of the practical skills of the commanders and headquarters involved in the preparatory stage of peacekeeping operations, etc.

              Armenia News - NEWS.am
              http://news.am/eng/news/287972.html

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

                Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
                1- These photos do not represent any danger, since nothing significative in it. So the posters did nothing wrong.
                2- Nevertheless, as a people, we must be prepared for events going to the worse, so we must learn to avoid making such photos, and posting them. Each of us does see this kind of scene everyday, specially while travelling along strategic highways. Most of those scenes are not state secrets, nevertheless, from time to time, they may inform the enemy about our troop mouvements.
                3- As a principle, we must integrate the idea, that any scene might be informative for the enemy, even if it is not evident for ourselves, simple citizens... so to avoid taking the risk of serving the enemy, lets refrain. If not possible to refrain, lets delay the publications during hot periods, for a period of a month. or something reasonable...
                4- At last, let us not reproduce such operative photos, even if they were posted already, just to avoid serving enemy intelligence.
                I agree. I took it from twitter where someone had posted it.

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

                  Գրավված է թշնամու 2 հենակետ

                  Ըստ ճշտված աղբյուրների այս գիշեր ՀՀ հյուսիս-արևելյան սահմանագծի ուղղությամբ մեր զինված ուժերը գրավել են թշնամու 2 բարձրադիր հենակետ:
                  Դրանք այն հենեկետերից են, որոնցից թշնամին պարբերաբար կրակում էր Տավուշի մարզի գյուղերի վրա: Աղբյուրը նշում է թշնամու մինիմում 5 զոհի մասին:
                  Կան նաև վիրավորներ: Նշվում է նաև, որ հակառակորդը թողել է զենք-զինամթերք ու փախել իր տարածքի խորքը:
                  Ինֆորմացիայի հավաստիությունը կասկածի ենթակա չէ: Կարծում եմ ՊՆ պաշտոնական հաղորդագրությունը չի ուշանա:

                  http://orer.am/?p=134923&l=am

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

                    Kansas National Guard assists Armenian Peacekeeping Brigade prep for NATO evaluation 08.18.2015





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

                      Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                      Kansas National Guard assists Armenian Peacekeeping Brigade prep for NATO evaluation 08.18.2015





                      It's good to see posts like this.
                      Not every USA endeavor is fraudulent , and not every American is a shyster.
                      When the USA does something that is decent and honest , it is very welcome and highly appreciated.
                      There is a great need to distinguish between the global agenda (criminal) of USA elites and there allies (criminals) and the regular joe.
                      It was good to see the laughter in last picture.
                      HARK

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