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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Soldiers from the Armenian Ministry of Defense Phoenix Platoon disembark from a Kansas Air National Guard KC-135 aircraft. The Platoon returned from a one-week trip to Fort Riley, Kansas, to observe and participate in an exercise with the Kansas National Guard’s 891st Engineering Battalion. The Platoon is not a regular unit, but instead is formed of junior officers and non-commissioned officers, to expose the Armenian military to the roles and responsibilities of officers and NCO’s in the US military and enhance their professional leadership capabilities...





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      Ադրբեջանում հոսանքահարումից զինծառայող է մահացել
      Օգոստոս 23, 2016

      Ադրբեջանում հոսանքահարումից մահացել է արդարադատության նախարարության քրեակատարողական ծառայության պահպանության գնդի զինծառայող Աղալար Ալիևը (Ağalar Əliyev): Այս մասին այսօր՝ օգոստոսի 23-ին, հայտնում է ադրբեջանական ԱՊԱ գործակալությունը:

      Նշենք, որ 2016 թ. սա Ադրբեջանի զինված ուժերում և պաշտպանական համակարգի այլ կառույցներում տեղ գտած և հայտնի դարձած մահացու ելքով 133-րդ դեպքն է, որը կարողացել է արձանագրել Ռազմինֆոն։

      Ադրբեջանի ԶՈւ կորուստների մասին ավելի մանրամասն կարող եք ընթերցել այս հղումով:

      http://razm.info/87354

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

        Originally posted by Spetsnaz View Post
        Ադրբեջանում հոսանքահարումից զինծառայող է մահացել
        Օգոստոս 23, 2016

        Ադրբեջանում հոսանքահարումից մահացել է արդարադատության նախարարության քրեակատարողական ծառայության պահպանության գնդի զինծառայող Աղալար Ալիևը (Ağalar Əliyev): Այս մասին այսօր՝ օգոստոսի 23-ին, հայտնում է ադրբեջանական ԱՊԱ գործակալությունը:

        Նշենք, որ 2016 թ. սա Ադրբեջանի զինված ուժերում և պաշտպանական համակարգի այլ կառույցներում տեղ գտած և հայտնի դարձած մահացու ելքով 133-րդ դեպքն է, որը կարողացել է արձանագրել Ռազմինֆոն։

        Ադրբեջանի ԶՈւ կորուստների մասին ավելի մանրամասն կարող եք ընթերցել այս հղումով:

        http://razm.info/87354
        Every week these guys have news like this one..eletrocuted, car accident, suicide, his friend killed him..etc..etc.. LOL

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

            Originally posted by Azad View Post
            It is a filthy Semitic influence from our region, used as a “poor me” and “self pity” to get what we want. Hopefully the new generation will change.
            I'm in Armenia now and so far I haven't heard complaints. That's probably because I haven't been to the city yet.

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              Armenia army participates in CSTO peacekeeping exercises (PHOTOS)
              16:53, 23.08.2016
              Region:Armenia
              Theme: Politics


              YEREVAN. – The operative team and peacekeeping division of the Armed Forces of Armenia are participating in the Unbreakable Brotherhood 2016 joint peacekeeping exercises being held in Belarus, from Tuesday to Saturday.

              The Armenian military is taking part in this event pursuant to the 2016 plan of joint training of the armed forces of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) member states.

              Opening ceremony of the military exercises was held Tuesday, the Ministry of Defense of Armenia informed Armenian News-NEWS.am.

              Around 1,500 soldiers will partake, and 300 units of military equipment will be used, during the Unbreakable Brotherhood 2016 joint peacekeeping exercises.




              Armenia News - NEWS.am
              http://news.am/eng/news/342980.html

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                Armenian troops participating in CSTO peacekeeping exercises in Belarus








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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  Every week these guys have news like this one..eletrocuted, car accident, suicide, his friend killed him..etc..etc.. LOL
                  They're having a bad August. Azerbaijan has suffered at least 7 non-combat deaths whose news was leaked or announced.
                  Azerbaboon: 9.000 Google hits and counting!

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

                    The 2016 Summer Semester of the Armed Forces Has Begun

                    19 AUGUST 2016
                    The events comprising the educational period of the second semester of 2016 commenced on August 16th.


                    Representatives of the Ministry of Defense, Armed Forces, and General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia were present at the commencement meetings.

                    With the commencement of the educational period, practical and theoretical training will recommence in military bases. New assignments are given, in order to carry out the demands of the educational period in a timely manner. The specialized strategic knowledge of servicemen is enhanced, as is the combat readiness of subdivisions.

                    Strategic exercises aimed at combat preparedness have already taken place at military bases, in order to bring subdivisions to specific levels of combat preparedness.
                    http://www.mil.am/en/news/4277




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                      Gatherings of Commanders Have Taken Place

                      22 AUGUST 2016
                      Gatherings of commanders have taken place in the 3rd Army Corps, with participation from the commanders of subordinate bases and their deputies.


                      The aim of the gatherings was to enhance the theoretical knowledge and methodological preparation level of the officers, and enhance their practical skills in both combat and mobilization preparedness, in the context of headquarters preparedness, and planning and organization of service and combat preparedness.

                      Demonstrative, practical, and methodological lectures have taken place during the gatherings.
                      http://www.mil.am/en/news/4278




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