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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    Karabakh President appoints new military base commander

    http://news.am/eng/news/332252.html

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        Seeing the body armor our boys are wearing makes me cringe.

        Does anyone know what progress our domestic armor producing companies making in improving the bullet proof vests? The inner shoulder and upper chest areas are too exposed. Even a piece of shrapnel high the inner shoulder or upper thoracic area could easily be fatal on a battlefield.

        I would consider this a much better design which should be feasible to adopt.
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          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          Now that's a trench. Have that all around our borders, fill it with land mines and razor wires with sensors. End of story! At least 90% end of story.

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              Originally posted by Azad View Post
              Now that's a trench. Have that all around our borders, fill it with land mines and razor wires with sensors. End of story! At least 90% end of story.
              This is not a trench but a road.

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                  In Moscow the meeting of defense ministers of Russia and Azerbaijan.

                  https://translate.google.com/transla...&sl=auto&tl=en

                  According to local media reports citing the press service of the Defense Ministry of Azerbaijan, at the meeting of Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that the military-technical cooperation between Russia and Azerbaijan is strategic. He praised the cooperation between the two countries in all fields, particularly in the military sphere.

                  Z.Gasanov also praised the cooperation between Russia and Azerbaijan in the military sphere.

                  He asked Shoigu to visit Azerbaijan.

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                    Հունիսի 13-ից ՀՀ զինված ուժերի ստորաբաժանումներում մեկնարկել են 2016թ. ուսումնական տարվա առաջին կիսամյակի ամփոփիչ հսկողական ստուգումները: Բանակային զորամիավորումների ենթակա զորամասերի հրամանատարների տեղակալների ու վարչակազմի սպաների ընդգրկմամբ կազմվել են հանձնաժողովներ՝ ստուգումները պատշաճ կերպով անցկացնելու:
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