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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 londontsi View Post
    What intrigues me is the fact that after the explosions and lifting of the smoke there is no damage seen.

    Also close explosions to the soldiers yet no fallen soldiers either.

    I am 50/50 whether this is computer animation or not.

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    I don't think it's CG .
    It's not wheter the shots are real or fake but if the things that are happening in the video are the same as described or if it's a clip from somewhere else , ...
    There is 0 official news regarding this, meanwhile azeris used tanks and killed an Armenian and it came on the news.

    Weird things

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

      It looks like an slow starting war.



      1. Ceasefires

      2. Special ops.

      3. Artilleries

      4. Drones

      5. everything together in once

      6. War
      Your Armenian Lion

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

        Guys it think its mortars of 82 mm diameter , the impact radius is too small , if it was 152 or 155 artillery they would kill in radius of 30 feet around the crater .
        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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        • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

          It's now being picked up in the Armenia media. Hence the Azeri retaliation with the tank.

          http://www.lragir.am/index/eng/0/country/view/35037
          General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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

            Originally posted by Joseph View Post
            It's now being picked up in the Armenia media. Hence the Azeri retaliation with the tank.

            http://www.lragir.am/index/eng/0/country/view/35037
            There is nothing Armenian about Lragir.
            Hayastan or Bust.

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

              Retaliation of an Azerbaijani "islamists supporting" military base by Armenian forces

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

                You know something...I'm sick and tired of some Armenians always casting doubt about everything in Armenia. And now some of you are questioning the authenticity of these videos. WOW! great job! with citizens like you, I don't think our people is in need of any external enemies! Come to your senses! These are mortar rounds going down, and if you notice closely, many of the rounds are hitting sand covered ground. What damage exactly are you expecting? Moreover, have you ever seen a mortar round exploding? I have..A mortar is not a high explosive weapon, neither it is something coming out of an American Action movie where huge explosions are associated with any type of weapons. I know some of you always expect a huge fireball to be associated with any military operation (that's how you see it in the movies) but frankly, most weapons do not cause such exaggerated imaginary explosions that you expect, unless they are coming from thermobaric warheads. Add this to the fact that the video is being shot from UAV from a certain altitude diagonally and you would understand your own disappointment of these explosions.

                If the explosions are animated...than what about the soldiers running in perfect sequence with the timings of the explosions? What about that? animated too? So this is all a theatrical show prepared by our defense ministry? Wow! amazing! hats off to some of you! and we're still questioning why Armenia isn't a forward thinking nation? Frankly, the woes of Armenia are not only due to its inadequate governance. It's equally due to a national mentality of living through conspiracy theories, fairy tales and blaming everyone else for our own failures. As long as this mentality dominates in our population, Armenia will remain in this situation whether governed by the best of people or the worst.

                Sorry if anyone feels offended...but I'm tired of this mentality!

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

                  Last night, they used a tank for the first time, we lost a soldier (not from the tank, but sniper): http://news.am/eng/news/300956.html

                  RIP, brother. Too young.

                  Tanks change the game, this seems to be breaking into something entirely new (this could also be the Azeri reaction to the Armenian Government escalating things to "smooth" over the recent election results by rallying people). But now we have a serious type of warfare happening at the front beyond skirmishes with snipers. Not sure what our retaliation step will be to counter tanks.

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

                      Originally posted by ArmeniaSacra View Post
                      You know something...I'm sick and tired of some Armenians always casting doubt about everything in Armenia. And now some of you are questioning the authenticity of these videos. WOW! great job! with citizens like you, I don't think our people is in need of any external enemies! Come to your senses! These are mortar rounds going down, and if you notice closely, many of the rounds are hitting sand covered ground. What damage exactly are you expecting? Moreover, have you ever seen a mortar round exploding? I have..A mortar is not a high explosive weapon, neither it is something coming out of an American Action movie where huge explosions are associated with any type of weapons. I know some of you always expect a huge fireball to be associated with any military operation (that's how you see it in the movies) but frankly, most weapons do not cause such exaggerated imaginary explosions that you expect, unless they are coming from thermobaric warheads. Add this to the fact that the video is being shot from UAV from a certain altitude diagonally and you would understand your own disappointment of these explosions.

                      If the explosions are animated...than what about the soldiers running in perfect sequence with the timings of the explosions? What about that? animated too? So this is all a theatrical show prepared by our defense ministry? Wow! amazing! hats off to some of you! and we're still questioning why Armenia isn't a forward thinking nation? Frankly, the woes of Armenia are not only due to its inadequate governance. It's equally due to a national mentality of living through conspiracy theories, fairy tales and blaming everyone else for our own failures. As long as this mentality dominates in our population, Armenia will remain in this situation whether governed by the best of people or the worst.

                      Sorry if anyone feels offended...but I'm tired of this mentality!
                      Is it something wrong to question what we get ?
                      I think Armenians who blindly act like sheeps , like many guys here , and believe everything are a problem. They are no different than the brainless islamists or turks.
                      A little criticism and asking question never hurt someone. I don't want to be told lies even if it will make our image better our make us feel better.

                      It's not the fact wheter these explotions where possible/are real or not it's if there is something official going on , why , when , how , if it really happend yesterday , in Artsax , ... And why we hear nothing about it on official sources.

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