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

    Originally posted by AbuSindi View Post
    Lol it has nothing to do with Indians aper. It is Monte's nickname.
    Didn't know that.

    And thanks for answering my questions Edo Jan!
    It will be hard because consider these
    You need a control center (could be a shack) with all the equipment and pilot controls. This shack can be anywhere like in Yerevan.
    You will need a real pilot
    The UAV cannot be prop driven so it needs a jet engine. Now you have to deal with cooling the hot gases before it leaves the exhaust ducts
    The UAV has to have retractable gears
    The missiles have to be inside. When fired, door open, missile extends, fires, the rack retracts , the door closes......all in 2 seconds.
    Satellite help can be crucial to the pilot.
    You cannot have a Gumball extending from the bottom of the fuselage so you gotta figure/design a new system for infrared eye and camera recording.
    B0zkurt Hunter

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

      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post


      It will be hard because consider these
      You need a control center (could be a shack) with all the equipment and pilot controls. This shack can be anywhere like in Yerevan.
      You will need a real pilot
      The UAV cannot be prop driven so it needs a jet engine. Now you have to deal with cooling the hot gases before it leaves the exhaust ducts
      The UAV has to have retractable gears
      The missiles have to be inside. When fired, door open, missile extends, fires, the rack retracts , the door closes......all in 2 seconds.
      Satellite help can be crucial to the pilot.
      You cannot have a Gumball extending from the bottom of the fuselage so you gotta figure/design a new system for infrared eye and camera recording.
      Wow sounds like some extremely difficult challenges to sort out. Not impossible, but very difficult.

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

        Anyone know if we still operate the old s300 pt-1 around yerevan?

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          Ինչպես Արցախից հայտնում է ֆոտոլրագրող Գագիկ Շամշյանը, ղարաբաղա-ադրբեջանական հակամարտ զորքերի շփման գոտում ապրիլյան հայտնի դեպքերից հետո առյուծ-զինվոր տղաների հետ իրենց պարտքն են կատարում նաև կամավորակ...


          Ինչպես Արցախից հայտնում է ֆոտոլրագրող Գագիկ Շամշյանը ղարաբաղա-ադրբեջանական հակամարտության շփման գծի իրենց վստահված առաջնագծում հերոսաբար պահում են ժամկետային զինծառայողները: Նրանք այնպիսի դուխով ու բա...

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

            Originally posted by arakeretzig View Post
            Anyone know if we still operate the old s300 pt-1 around yerevan?
            Our S-300PT and S-300PS varriants were to be upgraded to the S-300PM standard in Armenia, acoring to this article. This is roughly equivilant to the S300PMU1 export variant. New max effective rang is 150KMs. Original ranges were 75 and 90KM's. The radars were also upgraded or new ones were purchased, allowing more targets to be engaged at one time.

            http://bmpd.livejournal.com/514559.html (In Russian)

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

              Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post


              3 ադրբեջանցիներ, պոստի մոտի ականի վրա պայթելով, ոչնչացել են. Շամշյանի տեսանյութը

              2016-04-19 23:27:12
              shamshyan.com-ը գրում է. Ինչպես Արցախից հայտնում է ֆոտոլրագրող Գագիկ Շամշյանը, երեկ՝ ապրիլի 18-ին, ղարաբաղա-ադրբեջանական հակամարտ զորքերի շփման գոտում ազերի ճիվաղները ընկնելով իրենց իսկ թակարդը՝ դարձել են դիեր:
              Was that an artillery piece in full view at the 0:47 mark of this video?

              BTW: It seems like they are pretty close to our position. I bet you our snipers just wish they had permission to kill these guys.
              Last edited by AbuSindi; 04-20-2016, 12:13 AM.

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

                Baku – APA. An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) quadrocopter DJI Phantom belonging to Armenian armed forces has been brought down by units of Azerbajiani armed forces through a special method, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said on April 20


                The drone was seized while trying to fly over the Azerbaijani positions on the frontline zone, the ministry said.

                Source: http://en.apa.az/xeber_azerbaijani_a...dr_242410.html

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

                  Analysis: Russia’s likely settlement plan for Karabakh aims to foil U.S. offer


                  Photo: Photolure/Archive Photo
                  The two-day visit to Yerevan by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov due to start on April 21 will come amid speculation of a new plan by Moscow to settle the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.

                  The Russian Izvestia newspaper published an article earlier this week, suggesting there is such a plan implying “painful concessions” that Russia is going to offer to the parties after four-day hostilities in the conflict zone in early April that left scores killed and wounded on both sides.

                  Armenian Foreign Ministry spokesman Tigran Balayan already confirmed earlier this month that Russia was intent on reviving its 2011 proposal, known as the Kazan plan, which is largely based on the so-called Madrid proposals of the OSCE Minsk Group and implies an Armenian withdrawal from several districts outside Nagorno-Karabakh proper, the introduction of peacekeepers (likely a Russian or Russian-led contingent) and a referendum on the region’s status.

                  It appears there is no common opinion on the kind of plan within the Armenian leadership. Whereas the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the whole agrees to accept the plan as a basis for negotiations, the army leadership is throwing all its forces to defend the disputed land that Azerbaijan tried to seize by force in the early April operations.

                  On April 18, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan went to Karabakh, where he visited military units and awarded soldiers and officers who defended the land with medals. This was widely perceived as a clear message that Sargsyan will not give his consent to the Russian plan if it implies territorial concessions.

                  Through its chief foreign policy spokesman in Armenia, the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (Dashnaktsutyun) party, which is now part of the Armenian government, has also indicated the inadmissibility of territorial concessions.

                  Many experts question the prospect of the Russian plan to succeed, but they say that it is aimed not so much at resolving the conflict as trying to foil the American plan to do so.

                  For over a year now the United States has been offering through his OSCE Minsk Group co-chair its own plan of, if not settling, then at least stabilizing the situation in the conflict zone. Washington suggests placing in the Karabakh conflict zone monitoring mechanisms which will determine the violator of the ceasefire regime. Now the international community supposedly cannot do that.

                  Armenia agrees to such a plan, but Azerbaijan rejects it, because it thinks that this way the current status quo and the boundaries will be strengthened. It is for breaking this status quo that Baku resorted to large-scale military actions earlier this month, but eventually it failed to change the existing boundaries.

                  Russia seems to be offering to change these limits. According to some reports, Moscow offers to Armenians to withdraw their troops from certain areas, but not give them right away to Azerbaijan, but turn into a “security zone” with the deployment of Russian troops. However, even Russian experts admit that Armenia’s consent to such a plan is unrealistic.

                  Against this background Lragir.am commentator Hakob Badalyan notes that the “Lavrov plan” is likely to be aimed at scuttling the American proposals.

                  http://www.armenianow.com/en/comment...erbaijan/1323/

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

                    Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army





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

                      Սա ոչնչացված ազերա-թուրքական այն դիվերսիոն խմբի անդամներից է, ովքեր Թալիշում գնդակահարել են Խալափյանների ընտանիքին, խոշտանգել և անարգել են մեր զինվորների մարմինները ... Այս հանցագործի տվյալներն են՝ Ադիլ Քյամրան օղլու Ադիլզադե

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