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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    wiki says we got Soltam K6 mortar from Israel, when and how did we get this? true?

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      Originally posted by Dikranterzian View Post
      Parev from Beirut
      3 dari hedeveless hedo ass forumin, vorochetsi masnagtsil
      Parev !
      Barov Yekar. Eskakan anunt mi ogtagortsi.
      Hayastan or Bust.

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        Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
        wiki says we got Soltam K6 mortar from Israel, when and how did we get this? true?
        Nope,totally fake

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          Originally posted by armnuke View Post
          Isn't this Kornet ATGM?
          There were reports of armenia getting the kornets,but in this picture is a metis-M

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            My brother in law is one of the volunteers who are NKR right now. I just saw his picture in Shamshyan.com and wanted to put it here,



            There are many veterans like him in NKR right now. Nobody wants to say this in public but i think there is an intel for a new possible attack.

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              Առաջնագծի զինվորները






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

                Obvious but needs to be emphasized

                Azerbaijan fears to release real number of its April 1-5 casualties

                12:35, 14 April, 2016

                YEREVAN, APRIL 14, ARMENPRESS. The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan
                fears to disclose to its own public the real number of casualties
                sustained as a result of its aggression against Nagorno Karabakh from
                April 1-5.

                As “Armenpress” reports, this is evidenced by the total silence of the
                Azerbaijani leadership regarding the numerous demands of political
                activists to release information about the casualties.

                It can be assumed that the real number of casualties is not disclosed
                because in reality, Azerbaijan suffered huge losses.

                Regarding this, in an interview with musavat.com Azerbaijani military
                analyst Uzeyir Jafarov expressed his support to the non-disclosure
                position of the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry.

                According to him, if Azerbaijan releases the real number of its
                casualties, the adversary and external forces might “use” it against
                Azerbaijan.

                The Azerbaijani pro-leadership analyst urged the public of Azerbaijan
                to refrain from such demands, stressing that the Defense Ministry’s
                position is “totally correct”.

                Uzeyir Jafarov earlier agreed to that fact that the attacking side
                always suffers greater loss than the defending side.

                The Azerbaijani side released the latest statement on its casualties
                on April 3, saying that Azerbaijan has 31 losses, without mentioning
                number of wounded or missing.

                However, Meydan TV conducted a research and concluded that Azerbaijan
                lost 93 soldiers, 34 were wounded and 6 missing in action.

                The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry did not comment on this.

                The International Bellingcat analytical organization earlier reported
                that Azerbaijan suffered a minimum of 400 killed soldiers.

                Despite the ceasefire agreement which was initiated by the Azerbaijani
                side on April 5 at 12:00, Azerbaijan continues violating it and opens
                fire at Armenian positions and civilian settlements.

                According to Nagorno Karabakh Defense Army’s data, during the
                Azerbaijani aggression against Nagorno Karabakh from April 1-5, the
                Azerbaijani side lost 2 helicopters, 24 tanks, 3 battle vehicles, 1
                engineering hardware, 7 UAVs, 1 MM-21 multiple rocket launcher. During
                the operations Azerbaijan lost 500 soldiers and 2000 were wounded.
                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

                  "During the operations Azerbaijan lost 500 soldiers and 2000 were wounded."

                  If we didn't throw in these silly round numbers, which add nothing of value, we'd be taken more seriously. 2500 soldiers lost or wounded is a silly number outside of an aerial bombing campaign or grunt rush.

                  That said, I already saw a bunch of articles from Reuters etc this morning that said we lost 90 some soldiers (which we've published) and that AZ only lost 30 (because that's what they've reported, and most reporters are lazy).

                  Kim Jung Aliyev controls their media and reporters, for some reason, DO NOT SEEM TO UNDERSTAND THIS. All they have to do is modify their reports to disclaim that state media is the only media, and they have a policy of downplaying or not publishing actual results.
                  Last edited by bayhye; 04-14-2016, 07:50 AM.

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

                    Originally posted by bayhye View Post
                    "During the operations Azerbaijan lost 500 soldiers and 2000 were wounded."

                    If we didn't throw in these silly round numbers, which add nothing of value, we'd be taken more seriously. 2500 soldiers lost or wounded is a silly number outside of an aerial bombing campaign or grunt rush.

                    That said, I already saw a bunch of articles from Reuters etc this morning that said we lost 90 some soldiers (which we've published) and that AZ only lost 30 (because that's what they've reported, and most reporters are lazy).

                    Kim Jung Aliyev controls their media and reporters, for some reason, DOES NOT SEEM TO UNDERSTAND THIS. All they have to do is modify their reports to disclaim that state media is the only media, and they have a policy of downplaying or not publishing actual results.
                    I'm more comfortable throwing out claims the Azeri losses were 300+ because of anecdotal evidence such as they were the attackers, they would have pressed the attack had they not suffered a large amount of casualties over several more day, and not themselves requested a ceasefire strenously.

                    For what its worth: http://razm.info/82697
                    General Antranik (1865-1927): I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.

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