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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    From which school did this author graduate?

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          I saw a political cartoon recently, I believe it was posted in Hetq. Basically, the cartoon and illustrator/author argued that the police in Armenia are better equipped than the average soldier, which is a sign of great corruption and criminal behavior of the government. Ill post it if I can find it again.

          I hope this is not the general opinion in Armenia these days, but sadly a lot of smart Armenians end up falling for the games played by certain subversive characters in the country. The police in burjuins photos - and in general - don't even wear body armor. Just tactical vests and anti-stab vests.

          And these CT exercises we do with the Russians - Its wasted energy and seems like the only thing to do for those thugs in black. It should be our military special forces and reconaissance forces conducting exercises. Not a bunch of mall ninjas who get paid to intimidate and strong arm people.
          Last edited by Lori; 05-30-2016, 01:46 AM.

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            Originally posted by Lori View Post
            The veterans that volunteered to fight did not technically join the army - They are officially militia, similar to the territorial defense battalions of Ukraine.
            That's right , we are talking about something that happened 20 years ago. We will never forget the sacrifice nor will we remain in the past. I served as a Cadet in the Australian Army. We were trained to iron our clothes, polish our belt buckles, polish our shoes, trained how we wore our parade hats. Etc. We weren't trained to do all this because an officer ordered so, but because of Pride we put in our uniform representing the fallen who wore it before us, and lastly DISCIPLINE. In 2011 when Armenia hosted the Military Parade the talk of the town was Armenias Army, as to how far they've come. They presented a well groomed ,uniformed , disciplined military with shiny toys. What lets us down is the old men who cross dress uniforms and make them look cheap . It's either you wear the uniform at its full dressing code or you don't. Sorry Lori. I just take this subject seriously as there are a million different camos floating around.

            Lastly I have never seen a uniformed soldier on the front line or on training with a water bottle or camelbak. Why aren't our boys not wearing backpacks(webbings). A webbing holds 2 water bottles, ammo pouch , and a back pack which holds a first aid kit some packed food with a hexi stove. Again we were always trained to never leave a site without your webbing, especially your webbing. Because that is your life line and without it , in the Bush for a day , you could die.
            Last edited by ASALA2116; 05-30-2016, 02:01 AM.

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

              Originally posted by Artashes View Post
              Royally, thanks.
              Read the article. Mostly accurate but I thought one mistake was made.
              I flew an old "prone" ragallo wing. As stated in article, if one pushed the bar left or right, that meant you were putting your weight opposite of the bar. To turn left, you moved the bar to the right, thereby your weight was on the left and you turned left, etc. however, the author of this article got it wrong about to the forward or back. Weight to the front or rear did --- not --- change the up or down pitch. You literally had to push the nose up or you uncontrollably went down faster and faster.
              I fly an original death trap. Many died. I had to throw my body weight forcefully into the bar to get the nose pitch to rise.
              Although you might make one less radar visible, the size is tough to hide visibly.
              Still, we need to look at all ideas in our search.
              Sounds like a stall
              Lowering the nose and increasing speed would recover from a high rate of descent.

              These types of gliders can be used at night to send special forces behind enemy line.
              B0zkurt Hunter

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                Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
                Sounds like a stall
                Lowering the nose and increasing speed would recover from a high rate of descent.

                These types of gliders can be used at night to send special forces behind enemy line.
                You spurred my memory. The three times I first flew, I stalled and had to pull the nose down to gain speed so I could level out and fly over the valley floor. Each of the first three flights, after I lowered the nose and recovered from the stall, I was unable to bring the nose up !!! The air speed gained in recovering from the stall put so much pressure on the nose (my opinion) that when I pushed the bar forward, I was actually pushing my body backward, away from the bar !!' My weight was well rear of the bar, so that I had most weight rear of center, but it made --- NO --- difference. Only when I slammed my body forward and hit the bar hard with my gut could I get that original rugallo wing to rise. Otherwise, you descended to the ground faster and faster with no ability to "level out" till you crashed.
                New ones are shaped different and I can't comment. The original had this huge fault to the death of many.
                Honest, I flew them. Once you brought the nose down to gain speed it was or could be real tricky to bring it back up. Literally my only fix was to ram the bar with my entire body weight!!!
                I had 5 minutes of instruction before my first flight.
                Youth.
                HARK

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