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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Looking at the pictures and videos one can say certainly , Armenias and Artsachs army morale - discipline is high with upwards trend.

    Every year we see better uniforms , good diners (good food) . New weapons , some old ones modified and modernized , hell of a good job with such tight budget.
    Now we are looking at young cadet officers , fresh out of military universities , they will be professionals , they will need cutting edge technology support ,meaning we must fund in armenias science projects and IT departments .
    This is looking good , i hope 2016 be good at our economy .
    You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.

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      This video material tells about the sergeant-major of one of the combat positions of Artsakh’s northeastern border. Sos Grigoryan considers an honour conducting military duty. Sergeant-general is soon to be demobilized, but he will always stand in the ranks. As he tells, he is always ready to put on his military uniform again in case it is necessary.

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        Originally posted by armnuke View Post
        T-72B? some with Kontakt-1, some without?
        T72B & T72As, ones with different camo can be from training battalion
        Armenian Military Portal

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

          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          Armenia and Karabakh Presidents visit a number of Defense Army military units

          I don't know much about tanks but I have learned some in this thread. Thanks you grunt type guys
          a question

          The barrel on this tank is very long. Is that an extension installed on the original barrel?
          B0zkurt Hunter

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            Armenia and Karabakh Presidents visit a number of Defense Army military units







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              Ceremony dedicated to secret-service agents’ day

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                Looks like the Turks just shot down a Russian SU-24... pilots ejected, but at least one is being reported as killed by the Turkmen rebels in Syria. This should / will put a knife in the back of any Russo-Turk/Azeri relationship. Combined with the news about the joint air radar, Armenia is looking quite strong right now.

                http://www.voanews.com/content/turki...r/3071322.html
                Last edited by bayhye; 11-24-2015, 02:45 AM.

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                  Originally posted by bayhye View Post
                  Looks like the Turks just shot down a Russian SU-24... pilots ejected, but at least one is being reported as killed by the Turkmen rebels in Syria. This should / will put a knife in the back of any Russo-Turk/Azeri relationship. Combined with the news about the joint air radar, Armenia is looking quite strong right now.

                  http://www.voanews.com/content/turki...r/3071322.html
                  Yup. Putin will neither forgive nor forget and there will be severe consequences for this guaranteed. We'll also see what happens the next time Turkish military craft stray over the Armenian border. In the meantime, Russia controls about 90% of all fuel entering Turkey. Its also feasible that Russia will step up support of the PKK/KRG. As oblivious as the western media and population is toward events in Syria, Turkey's posturing and acts are making people very unsympathetic towards Turkey. Should be some interesting things happening soon.
                  General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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                    I see France and possibly other EU countries joining Russia against the Islamists as a good possibility. I think Turkey sees this to and this is why they shot down this jet. They are trying to do what they can to prevent rapprochement between Russia and countries like France and shooting down this plane is part of it.
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                      Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                      I see France and possibly other EU countries joining Russia against the Islamists as a good possibility. I think Turkey sees this to and this is why they shot down this jet. They are trying to do what they can to prevent rapprochement between Russia and countries like France and shooting down this plane is part of it.
                      Agree. This is a Turkish act that screams "Pay attention to me!!!", "Look at me!!!- they are taking desperate measures to try and get NATO to somehow utilize collective defense measures, essentially by committing increasingly banal acts and posturing vis a vis Russia. The Turks feel utterly powerless about achieving any of their aims in Syria as now their regional allies, the Turkmen are getting their butts handed to them by Syrian forces. ISIS/ISIL/Daesh hs become the focus of all Syrian operations from the US/NATO and Russians as the ragtag groups of "rebels" are being rightly vaporized and the humiliates and alienates the Turks. Good. I sincerely believe Russia is going to turn up the heat in terms of short-term and longterm countermeasures. Turkey is trying to punch well-above their weight and they will lose. NATO needs to seriously review their relations with Turkey though I doubt this will happen.
                      General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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