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

        04.05.2016
        Վանաձորի նախկին քաղաքապետ Անդրանիկ Հարությունյանը ծանր վիրավորվել է առաջնագծում

        Narine Avetisyan

        Լեռնային Ղարաբաղի Եղնիկներ կոչվող զորամասի առաջնագծի դիրքերից մեկում թշնամու ականանետից ծանր վիրավորում է ստացել Վանաձորի առաջին քաղաքապետ Անդրանիկ Հարությունյանը: Նա կամավորական ջոկատի մարտիկների եւ զինվորների հետ զենքը ձեռքին պաշտպանում էր սահմանը թշնամուց: Անդրանիկին Մարտակերտի հոսպիտալից տեղափոխել են Ստեփանակերտի զինվորական հոսպիտալ, քանի որ վիճակը ծանր է, ականանետի պայթյունից նա կորցրել է մեկ ոտքը եւ մարմնում առկա են արկի բեկորներ, միացված է արհեստական շնչառության ապարատին: Ստեփանակերտի հոսպիտալից Լոռի հեռուստաընկերությանը տեղեկացրին, որ վիճակը ծայրահեղ ծանր է , բայց կյանքին վտանգ չի սպառնում, պատրաստվում են նոր վիրահատություն կատարել, այս անգամ մարմնից պետք է հեռացվեն բեկորները:
        Ա. Հարությունյանը 61 տարեկան է, եւ կնոջ պատմելով, հրամանատարը տարիքի պատճառով չի ցանկացել վերցնել նրան որպես կամավոր, սակայն Հարությունյանը պնդել է, որ պիտի գնա եւ լինի զինվորների կողքին: Ա. Հարությունյանի որդին բարձրաստիճան զինվորական է եւ նա եւս գտնվում է սահմանամերձ շրջաններում:
        Շուտափույթ ապաքինում ենք ցանկանում մեր սիրելի պարոն Հարությունային եւ հպարտանում, որ այսպիսի՛ քաղաքապետ ենք ունեցել:



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            Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
            http://news.am/arm/news/325696.html

            photos of enemy stockpiles
            Azerbaijan published images of one of its stockpiles. Who wants to play the ID game?





            D-30 122 mm shell.














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

              Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
              http://news.am/arm/news/325696.html

              photos of enemy stockpiles
              This is a pathetic behaviour by the sultan.

              He is trying to intimidate by showing off boxes of munitions.

              For his action before a war I would give him 2 out of ten, but after loosing a war he deserves less than 1 out of ten.

              I am sure our boys are shaking in their boots.

              .
              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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                Originally posted by londontsi View Post
                This is a pathetic behaviour by the sultan.

                He is trying to intimidate by showing off boxes of munitions.

                For his action before a war I would give him 2 out of ten, but after loosing a war he deserves less than 1 out of ten.

                I am sure our boys are shaking in their boots.

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                Yeah it's amateur propaganda. The intent here is to show how large their stockpiles (of ammo) are in order to intimidate those who have never seen stockpiles before. I do encourage them to release as many photos as possible though, I'm sure our MoD does too
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                  Առաջնագծի զինվորները






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                    Normal ammo warehouse..what's so special about it?
                    Even the ill-armed Lebanese Army has those..

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                      Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                      Առաջնագծի զինվորները
                      I dislike Armenia adopting foreign custom of forcing soldiers to shave. Anybody who has ever seen a picture of an Armenian soldier/fedayi before 1994 knows that this is foreign to us. The army should at least allow a short, well groomed beard.
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