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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Azeri logic:

    "In spite of having to revise the budget to account for $30-a-barrel oil (from a previous estimate of $50 a barrel), officials in Baku have said that because of the fall in the currency and inflation, they will be able to actually increase both revenues and spending this year."
    General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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      Armenian Air Force







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        Originally posted by Joseph View Post
        Azeri logic:

        "In spite of having to revise the budget to account for $30-a-barrel oil (from a previous estimate of $50 a barrel), officials in Baku have said that because of the fall in the currency and inflation, they will be able to actually increase both revenues and spending this year."
        Yeh sure the nominal numbers will indeed rise but the real numbers which are adjusted for price leve change will show the real ugly picture.
        Hayastan or Bust.

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          Originally posted by argin View Post
          You guys think this is legitimate? I don't think so.it shows our "soldiers" spread around the vehicles and as soon as the truck gets hit,not a single person is in surrounding,or a single soldier running,was probably hit when no one was there.major editing and cuts made to present big casualty


          Azerbaijani army destroys Armenian military equipment, personnel - VİDEO



          Baku – APA. Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry on Saturday released footage of the destruction of the equipment and personnel of the Armenian army as a result of strikes inflicted by Azerbaijani armed forces.

          As a result of the strikes inflicted on Armenian positions, the coordinates of which were defined in advance, the Armenian military equipment and personnel were eliminated.

          The ministry also said at least two military equipment units were destroyed in the strikes.

          I am assuming you are referring to the video clip on this page http://en.apa.az/news/238970

          The fact is when you are videoing from a UAV the video is continuous.

          In the presented video the frame changes the moment prior to the missile impact.

          Why did the half trained baboons edit the video in that manner except some clumsy propaganda.

          If the video in question is downloaded it is possible to see it frame by frame. Watch carefully frame change at 00.12

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          Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
          Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
          Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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

            Armenian delegation visits Hohenfels Training Area
            February 4, 2016

            By Sgt. Brianne M. Roudebush, 69th Public Affairs Detachment

            HOHENFELS, Germany (Feb. 4, 2016) -- Throughout the year, the Hohenfels Training Area here is home to many different nations as they participate in training exercises at the U.S. Army's Joint Multinational Readiness Center, or JMRC.

            U.S., Canadian, German, Italian, Latvian, Slovenian and British flags are among those commonly seen affixed to the shoulders of Soldiers in various camouflaged uniforms around base.

            For the first time, while Exercise Allied Spirit IV was in full throttle, the Armenian flag also graced JMRC.

            Armenian Maj. Gen. Gennady Tavaratsyan, chief of the strategic planning department of the Armed Forces General Staff, and his accompanying party, visited the training area, Jan. 13-27, to observe mission command in action, understand the military decision-making process, and learn about the U.S. Army's noncommissioned officer, or NCO, corps.

            "The experience within the U.S. Army is very rich, especially when talking about mission command," said Tavaratsyan through an interpreter. "So our goal was to explore the path that the U.S. Army took in exercising mission command and choose the best way to adopt it within our army."

            The Armenian Armed Forces has a "very centralized, Soviet-era command structure," said Maj. John Friel, the Office of Defense Cooperation chief at the U.S. Embassy in Armenia, explaining that Armenia is in the process of implementing a Western-style mission command into its general staff.

            "This is a major shift for their department of defense," said Capt. Marcus Smith, an observer, coach and trainer with the Warhog Team at JMRC. "They were very interested in bridging the gap between the theory and application of mission command as a part of planning and the military decision-making process. It's been a really good experience and a good opportunity."

            Smith, who served as the Armenian's escort during their visit, said he got a lot out of the visit as well.

            "I feel like I've really gotten to know some of these gentlemen personally," he said. "I think it's those personal relationships that help to build alliances with our partner nations."

            Since the visit occurred during Allied Spirit IV, a multinational training exercise, the Armenian delegation was able to see the many moving pieces of mission command in action. They had the opportunity to speak with U.S. officers who specialize in different aspects of war fighting, officers from other NATO nations, and Brig. Gen. Christopher Cavoli, commander of the 7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command.

            "I am very glad that I took this visit to Hohenfels," Tavaratsyan said. "This was my first time having some experience with the U.S. military units in action. I saw how well prepared the officers and NCO staff were, and I appreciate the fact that all the questions during briefs were answered fully. Surely, this was a very productive visit."
            Armenian Maj. Gen. Gennady Tavaratsyan, chief of the strategic planning department of the Armed Forces General Staff, visited Hohenfels Training Area to observe mission command in action, understand the military decision-making process, and learn abo...





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

              The above post by Burjuin is most welcome news.
              These types of cooperation between our military and those militaries with huge amounts of practicle experience can only be benificial to us. Highly benificial. Our military is ripe to utilize such accrued experience gathered by other main armies.
              Good news indeed!

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

                Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                I am assuming you are referring to the video clip on this page http://en.apa.az/news/238970

                The fact is when you are videoing from a UAV the video is continuous.

                In the presented video the frame changes the moment prior to the missile impact.

                Why did the half trained baboons edit the video in that manner except some clumsy propaganda.

                If the video in question is downloaded it is possible to see it frame by frame. Watch carefully frame change at 00.12

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                Exactly,the video suddenly changes course,very cheap editing on their side

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                  Armenian Air Defense







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                    Armenian peacekeepers in Kosovo






                    Last edited by burjuin; 02-06-2016, 11:04 PM.

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

                      Originally posted by argin View Post
                      Exactly,the video suddenly changes course,very cheap editing on their side
                      Even Azeris cant be that stupid (especially the young generation)........the GrayWolfs are in Azerbaijan and they want to drink Armenian blood after dragging us in front of the Ataturk statue and commit the act of scarified to please their gay god.

                      They should go a play with themselves,,,,,,,Leopards never change their spots, no matter how much makeup they put on, and they too scared to fight us like a man, they have no honor ad they know that Artsakh has always been Armenian.
                      B0zkurt Hunter

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