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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 Haykakan View Post
    Yes I remember the built in error system as well. It did result in some frustrating errors when working around congested areas. Having our own system would involve making/buying our own satellites and launching them. I think the opportunity cost here is too high. Most of our weapons are not satellite guided anyways.
    Maybe those Israeli drones Azeris are using are satellite guided? I think gps is open for them?

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      Group of international journalists visits Karabakh (PHOTOS)
      http://news.am/rus/news/328215.html

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        Originally posted by Hakob View Post
        Maybe those Israeli drones Azeris are using are satellite guided? I think gps is open for them?
        Yeh but I don't think we have such drones. Ours are not guided that way. It would be cool to have such weapons for sure and if there is a way then by all means lets do it but the discussion was about having our own GPS network which would mean having our own satelites. Israel does it mainly using USA taxpayer money, where are we going to get that kind of funding? Even if we did get that kind of funding, would it not be better used on other things?
        Hayastan or Bust.

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

          We don't have Israeli kind of robotic drones. But installing military grade gps on our Krungs for one thing will make them more reliable. Also installing some software on cameras of our drones and connecting them with artillery or other systems will make our striking capabilities more presice.
          About Israeli kamikazes, by the way, most of their activities were within 3-5 kilometers from line of contact and as such they are too expensive pieces of worthless toys.
          Artillery can reach 25-40 kilometers deep. So with an aerial pointer and presice locating we can do much more damage about 100 times cheaper.
          Those kamikazes are more like terror weapons but tactically worthless.
          We all talk about the buss hit by one of those. But how many buses, tanks, buildings, troop groups and artillery installations were hit by our conventional weapons there is no talk about.
          The outcome of the fight speaks louder than anything else.

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

            ***Wet dreams***

            Azerbaijan is working on the acquisition of tactical long-range missiles, said the commander of the missile and artillery forces of Azerbaijan, Major-General Zahid Huseynov.

            "The armed forces of Azerbaijan are working on the acquisition of tactical long-range missiles," - he said in an interview with Azerbaijani Z.Guseynov magazine AzeriDefence.

            He stressed that for a reliable defense potential of Azerbaijan must acquire tactical missiles action radius of 200 km, 300 km and 500 km.

            "We do not want war with any state. But, as the saying goes, if you want peace - prepare for war. Arms needed just for this, "- said Z.Guseynov.

            According to him, the existing now in service with the fire system in Azerbaijan enable to strike any military objects of the enemy in the occupied Azerbaijani territories.

            "We can cause pinpoint strikes on any enemy object. If the Supreme Commander orders, we can strike and in Yerevan ", - said Major General.

            http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...&ct=clnk&gl=us

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

              Originally posted by Hakob View Post
              We don't have Israeli kind of robotic drones. But installing military grade gps on our Krungs for one thing will make them more reliable. Also installing some software on cameras of our drones and connecting them with artillery or other systems will make our striking capabilities more presice.
              About Israeli kamikazes, by the way, most of their activities were within 3-5 kilometers from line of contact and as such they are too expensive pieces of worthless toys.
              Artillery can reach 25-40 kilometers deep. So with an aerial pointer and presice locating we can do much more damage about 100 times cheaper.
              Those kamikazes are more like terror weapons but tactically worthless.
              We all talk about the buss hit by one of those. But how many buses, tanks, buildings, troop groups and artillery installations were hit by our conventional weapons there is no talk about.
              The outcome of the fight speaks louder than anything else.
              You're absolutely correct. Investing in good artillery guns, good drones, and the tech to make them "speak" to each other is going to let us cover 100s of square kilometers with few guns.

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

                Originally posted by Hakob View Post
                Գեներալ-լեյտենանտ Մովսես Հակոբյանը նշանակվել է պաշտպանության փոխնախարար։ Սերժ Սարգսյանը, հիմք ընդունելով Հայաստանի Հանրապետության Նախագահի 2007 թվականի հուլիսի 18-ի ՆՀ-174-Ն հրամանագրով սահմանված՝ Հայաստանի Հանրապետության կառավարության եւ նրան ենթակա պետական կառավարման այլ մարմինների գործունեության կազմակերպման կարգի 125-րդ կետը, որոշում է կայացրել Մովսես Հակոբյանին նշանակել Հայաստանի Հանրապետության պաշտպանության նախարարի տեղակալ-պաշտպանության նախարարության նյութատեխնիկական ապահովման դեպատամենտի պետ:

                Մեկ այլ հրամանագրով հակոբյանն ազատվել է Հայաստանի Հանրապետության զինված ուժերի գլխավոր շտաբի պետի տեղակալի պաշտոնից:

                Լուրեր Հայաստանից - NEWS.am


                I think something very bad was caught in ministry, especially in supply dept. so after removal of the chief there Movses Hagopian is appointed as deputy Defence minister in charge of supply dept.
                An old guard is appointed that has a proven record. Maybe also this is in light of necessary import of armaments?

                Has his replacement been named on the general staff?

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