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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 Mher View Post
    Axpers, really think about what youre saying though. They attacked and took significant losses and gained a hundred meters in Hadrut, maybe a hundred meters in Mardakert. Do you think we couldn't have done that too if were willing to take massive losses too? Bayc would it be worth it?


    To me, it's a victory because we got a chance to see their full strength and it wasn't much. We saw that we're secure. That is the victory to me. Is that hundred meters really that significant? I mean ask yourself what did we really lose? I guess we lost that 100m, we saw that we have nothing to fear, and have no reason to give up anything on the negotiation table.



    lmaooo family trip wow
    bahahahahahahaha
    for Christs sake it's a hill

    Do their "advances" even amount to a quarter of a mile? What many here are forgetting are advances made by Armenians in recent years, including in the Nakhijevan direction, that are much more noteworthy, which we're quite quiet on.
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    • Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia &amp; Azerbaijan

      Originally posted by Artsakh View Post
      Do their "advances" even amount to a quarter of a mile? What many here are forgetting are advances made by Armenians in recent years, including in the Nakhijevan direction, that are much more noteworthy, which we're quite quiet on.
      elaborate?

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

        Turkish officer killed in Artsakh

        https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater


        Therefore Milli Ojakhlari (Milli Ocaklari) kazmakerkutyan some sources indicate that the units of this Special Representative of Turkey , Sinan Kundurachin , was in Artsakh , was killed in Artsakh ,buried in Turkey but PKKi killed by police as " Commando " . The interesting thing is that he turns out to be former police " Commando " and a few years the employee was a direct member of the Milli Ojakhlarii . I think this is the same riot , which patkervakh Kyaram Sloyan head of the NKR Defense Army hand. This is why Dear users Please insert the picture , but without his ajkere closed version, which network was, but now I can not gtmel . Downstairs there is also the burial vrdeon .


        ւրեմն Միլլի Օջախլարի (Milli Ocaklari) կազմակերկության որոշ աղբյուրներ տեղեկացնում են, որ այս Թուրքիայի հատուկ ստորաբաժանումների ներկայացուցիչը՝ Սինան Կունդուրաչին, եղել է Արցախում, սպանվել Արցախում, բայց թաղվում է Թուրքիայում որպես ՊԿԿի կողմից սպանված ոստիկանության "Կոմանդո"։ Հետաքրքիրն այն է, որ նա պարզվում է նախկին ոստիկանության "Կոմանդո"-ի աշխատակից է ու մի քանի տարի եղել է ուղղակի այդ Միլլի Օջախլարիի անդամ։ Կարծում են սա այն նույն հատուկ ջոկատայինն է, որը պատկերվախ է ԼՂՀ ՊԲ զինծառայող Քյարամ Սլոյանի գլուխը ձեռքին։ Այս Ուստի հարգելի օգտատերեր խնդրում եմ տեղադրեք այդ նկարը, բայց առանց նրա աջքերը փակ տարբերակի,որը ցանցում կար, բայց հիմա չեմ կարողանում գտմել։ Ներքևում կա նաև թաղման վրդեոն։
        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 &amp; Azerbaijan

          lmaooo family trip wow
          bahahahahahahaha
          for Christs sake it's a hill[/QUOTE]

          It's an Azeri family,probably going to eat some grass

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

            I was just speaking with a man who was in Armenia just few days ago, he says he knows lots of people who never served in military because of working abroad or unfit for service medically or otherwise (some even paid to not serve) and allmost all of them are in Artsakh now as volunteers.
            I think, those heroes that gave their lives and all of our young warriors in general have sent vibes that are gonna have a ripple effect and change our society in general.
            I expect positive changes.
            Every young man gained a self respect and assurance. They know that if they stand, they will turn the world upside down.
            God bless you...
            Maybe fiew years ago in this forum I was talking that only changes and in Armenia will come when generation changes.
            I think the change is happening.
            They are better generation then their parents.
            Last edited by Hakob; 04-19-2016, 03:09 PM.

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

              Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
              elaborate?

              Armenian Army Fortifies Positions at Nakhichevan Border

              July 3, 2014

              YEREVAN–At the beginning of June, the Armenian Armed Forces made advances and claimed strategic positions and hills at the Armenia-Nakhichevan border.
              These positions, measuring some 100 square kilometers, which were uncontrolled due to difficulet geographic and climate conditions, were put under the control of the Armenian Army.

              This portion of territory is in Armenia proper, but until recently there were no border or army positions.

              Azerbaijan’s defense minister General Zakir Hassanov, on June 25, confirmed the new positions of the Armenian Armed Forces during an interview with ANS news agency in Baku.

              With this advancement, the city of Nakhichevan is not 18.6 miles (30 kilometers) away from the Armenian border.

              Photographs obtained by razm.info clearly show that the newly-manned Armenian positions are fortified and have a direct view of Azerbaijani border positions in Nakhichevan.

              This recent attempt by the Armenian Army to fortify its positions came after two separate attacks by Azerbaijani forces from the Nakhichevan border, which resulted in the deaths of three Armenian soldiers.


              http://asbarez.com/124663/armenian-a...chevan-border/


              Armenian Defense Chief Unfazed By Azeri Threats


              24.07.2015

              .....
              Serious truce violations along Armenia’s border with Nakhichevan were very rare until two Armenian soldiers serving there were killed by Azerbaijani sniper fire in June 2014. The Armenian military reportedly retaliated by significantly moving forward its positions at another section of the Nakhichevan frontier. Armenian defense news websites reported that roughly 100 square kilometers of neutral or contested territory was placed under Armenian control as a result.

              The Azerbaijani military denied losing any ground there. Still, some Azerbaijani media outlets reported at the time that the Armenians have launched an “offensive” on Nakhichevan.

              The Armenian army reportedly made more, albeit modest, territorial gains in the area after one of its soldiers was killed and two others wounded late last month. Earlier this month, a Yerevan-based video blogger linked to the military posted footage of Armenian servicemen fortifying an apparently new post overlooking Nakhichevan roads leading to nearby Azerbaijani army positions.

              http://www.azatutyun.am/content/article/27151163.html


              lol but hey, we lost 0.1 km
              <<եթե զենք էլ չլինի' ես քարերով կկրվեմ>>

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

                Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
                elaborate?

                Serious truce violations along Armenia’s border with Nakhichevan were very rare until two Armenian soldiers serving there were killed by Azerbaijani sniper fire in June 2014. The Armenian military reportedly retaliated by significantly moving forward its positions at another section of the Nakhichevan frontier. Armenian defense news websites reported that roughly 100 square kilometers of neutral or contested territory was placed under Armenian control as a result.

                http://www.azatutyun.am/content/article/27151163.html

                As I recall, there are other instances of moving positions forward on the karabakh front as well within the recent few years.
                BUY "WHO IS MONTE." Proceeds from this film will benefit the families of the fallen soldiers of the Karabagh war. Available at: www.armenianmusic.com

                <<Երբ իրիկունը գլուխներդ դնեք բարծին որ քնանաք, մի քիչ մտածեք ազգի մասին>>
                --ՔԱՋՆ ԱՆԴՐԱՆԻԿ

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

                  Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
                  We need to focus on our own shortfalls in this latest skirmish. Namely attack drones, more mines and night vision goggles for all border troops. Talking about a hill here and there is a waste of energy. I really hope we are mining the fsck out of the border. It would screw up their infiltrations by a large amount. It seems they are hell bent on capturing a live soldier.
                  Another shortfall I haven't noticed anyone bring up is our lack of an effective counter battery mechanism. Estimates by some of our military representatives, claim that the turks used 100-150 pieces of artillery durring the fighting. Out of those 100-150, 2 pieces of azeri artillery was taken out according to our side. (1 BM-21, 1 TOS1A)

                  IDK, maybe we don't have those systems deployed in Artsakh, but instead in Armenia. Or maybe we chose not to deploy these radars to misdirected the slime balls. Before anyone starts talking shxt, I'm not trying to bag on our military... just pointing out some facts.
                  Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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

                    Originally posted by gokorik View Post
                    Another shortfall I haven't noticed anyone bring up is our lack of an effective counter battery mechanism. Estimates by some of our military representatives, claim that the turks used 100-150 pieces of artillery durring the fighting. Out of those 100-150, 2 pieces of azeri artillery was taken out according to our side. (1 BM-21, 1 TOS1A)

                    IDK, maybe we don't have those systems deployed in Artsakh, but instead in Armenia. Or maybe we chose not to deploy these radars to misdirected the slime balls. Before anyone starts talking shxt, I'm not trying to bag on our military... just pointing out some facts.
                    R-330P was deployed in NKR and seen in many videos.

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

                      Originally posted by Artsakh View Post
                      Serious truce violations along Armenia’s border with Nakhichevan were very rare until two Armenian soldiers serving there were killed by Azerbaijani sniper fire in June 2014. The Armenian military reportedly retaliated by significantly moving forward its positions at another section of the Nakhichevan frontier. Armenian defense news websites reported that roughly 100 square kilometers of neutral or contested territory was placed under Armenian control as a result.

                      http://www.azatutyun.am/content/article/27151163.html

                      As I recall, there are other instances of moving positions forward on the karabakh front as well within the recent few years.
                      I belive one of the advances were on the Mrav mountain range, close to the Artsakh, Armenian boarder.
                      Mihi vindictam ego retribuam dicit Dominus

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