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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army






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      Armenian army






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          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          Burjuin do you know if that laser in the video is in use? Also, is it for blinding the enemy or does it have destructive capacity? Years ago Armenia had a military laser program that was banned by western powers yet they advanced their programs banning others.

          This use to be part of an article years ago. It seams it is all quiet and not spoken of, unless it is military confidential information?
          "Military Grade Anti-Personnel Lasers
          Protocol IV of the Vienna Convention, adopted in October 1995, bans the use of anti-personnel laser weapons designed to permanently blind combatants in conventional warfare. Prior to the ban, several nations, including the U.S., the UK, Russia, China and Armenia, had developed laser anti-personnel weapons of various intensity levels."

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

            There's no laser weapons in this video.
            The screen shows the television optical sight (TOV) as part of SAM Osa and S-125. Modernised in Armenia

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              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              There's no laser weapons in this video.
              The screen shows the television optical sight (TOV) as part of SAM Osa and S-125. Modernised in Armenia
              Thanks for the clarification. For some reason I remember reading on other forums referring to that unit as a laser. My mistake.

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                At least 2 Azeri special forces with amputated body parts from recent failed attacks. Not reported by state news.





                http://razm.info/80176
                Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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                  Armenian army





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                    Cowards shooting at civilians like always

                    Civilian shot dead by Azerbaijani sniper in Artsakh

                    11:11, 12 February, 2016
                    YEREVAN, FEBRUARY 12, ARMENPRESS. On February 11, at around 16:00 Civillian, resident and pastor of Vazgenashen village in Martuni Region Hakob Hambardsumyan(b. 1962) was shot dead from “Istiglal” rifle, by Azerbajani sniper.

                    Investigation is underway to determine the details of the incident, “Armenpress” was informed from the Press Service of Artsakh’s Defense Ministry.

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                      Ministry of Territorial Administration and Emergency Situations of Armenia






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