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

    Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016









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      Rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan, Armenia. 09/16/2016










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        Հոկտեմբերին հավանական է` հակառակորդ փորձ անի դիրքեր գրավելու. Վովա Վարդանով
        19.09.2016

        Սեպտեմբերի վերջին եւ հոկտեմբերին հավանական է հակառակորդի կողմից կրկին հարձակում: Այս մասին այսօր` սեպտեմբերի 19-ին, լրագրողների հետ հանդիպմանն ասաց հետախուզադիվերսիոն առաջին ջոկատի հիմնադիր-հրամանատար Վովա Վարդանովը. Թուրքերը ակտիվ գործողություններ են արել ապրիլին, կորցրել են շատ զինծառայողներ, հսկայական էլիտար զորքից կորուստներ են ունեցել եւ այդ էլիտան վերականգնելու ժամանակ է պահանջվում: Սակայն, ճանկռոցիի համար պոտենցիալը պահպանել է եւ կրկին կարող է փորձել պոստ գրավել: Ապրիլյան պատերազմից հետո նրանց ժամանակ էր պետք 2-3 ամիս, որպեսզի հետեւություններ անեին ապրիլյան գործողությունների վերաբերյալ:

        Վովա Վարդանովը նշեց, որ ապրիլյան պատերազմից հետո առաջնագծում որոշակի դրական փոփոխություններ նկատվում են, սակայն, հայկական կողմը պետք է միշտ զգոն եւ պատրաստ լինի` հակառակորդի հարձակմանը:

        Մեր չպարտվելը ստիպվածությունից է եղել, որ ասում են` խիզախ ենք, քաջ ենք, դրա համար էլ չենք պարտվել` սխալ է: Օղակն այնքան էին սեղմել, որ ստիպված պաշտպանվել ենք, սակայն, չենք հաղթել: Այժմ գրեթե բոլոր զորամասերում փորձում են հետեւություններ, փոփոխություններ անել, որն ավելի ադեկվատ կդարձնի մեր հարվածը հակառակորդին, եթե փորձի կրկին մեզ հարվածել: Ապրիլյան պատերազմը ցույց տվեց, որ թուրքի ողնաշարը չի կոտրվել, դրա նախանշանները կային դեռ սեպտեմբերին, որոնք պետք է հաշվի առնեինք: Եթե մենք այս ամենից հետեւություն չանենք եւ արժանի հարված հասցնելու չնախապատրաստվենք, հնարավոր է կրկին փորձ կատարվի,-ասաց նա:

        http://news.am/arm/news/347104.html

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

          General rehearsal of Independence Day parade in Yerevan. 09/18/2016






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

            Google translated,


            "Iskander" reached to Armenia


            On Friday, the social networks were made at the rehearsal of the parade in Yerevan (dedicated to the celebrated September 21 the 25th anniversary of Armenia's independence) machines photos tactical missile complex "Iskander". Receive comments from representatives of the Armenian Defense Ministry was unable to phone the representative of "Rosoboronexport" on Sunday did not answer. But the two managers of the Russian military-industrial complex confirmed the supply of "Iskander" complex in the amount of one division of the Armenian Army, adding that "Rosoboronexport" it is irrelevant: these weapons were purchased on the basis of agreements on arms transfers in the CSTO, bypassing the Russian state intermediary.

            At the end of last year on the official website of the Russian legal information were published application to the Russian-Armenian agreement on a loan in the amount of $ 200 million allocated for arms purchases. The complex "Iskander" in this document are not mentioned, and, according to the manager of the enterprise of the defense industry, the contract for the delivery is concluded without the involvement of the proceeds of this loan.
            "Iskander" The complex was built in the 1990s - early 2000s. in the Kolomna Machine-Building Design Bureau (KBM now part of the holding "Precision Systems" State Corporation "Rostec"). Until now, this high-precision and long-range system (range of export options - up to 280 km) is not able to export to any country. In 2005, a contract was signed for the supply of "Iskander" in Syria, but it was not carried out at the request of the Government of Israel.

            According to Colonel Victor Murakhovski stock, the minimum possible to the delivery unit of the complex "Iskander" - division with four launchers (two missiles each). We can assume that such a number and delivered to Armenia, expert says. The missile can be equipped with a high-explosive fragmentation and cassette warhead with self-elements and an effective means of destruction of command posts, artillery positions and staffs, including reactive adds Murakhovski. In this capacity, "Iskander" and interested in the Armenian army. According to the person close to the Ministry of Defence of the countries - members of the CSTO, after supplies to Azerbaijan from Russia, Ukraine, and Israel's long-range multiple rocket launchers in Armenia there were fears that they would be used for attacks on Human Settlements, and in April the Minister of Defence Azerbaijan Zakir Hasanov threatened to cause "devastating" blow to Stepanakert (Khankendi), the capital of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. According to "Vedomosti" the interlocutor, the complex "Iskander" can be a serious deterrent to implement such plans.


            http://www.vedomosti.ru/politics/art...oehali-armenii

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

              So apperantly we got 2 launchers and 2 loaders of Iskander-M.

              As far as i understand we didn't/don't have to pay money for this. Russia delivered them(by using CSTO agreements) to maintain the broken balance of the region to prevent another war.

              Nice to know there are still people in Russia who has some common sense after all.

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


                Last edited by armnuke; 09-19-2016, 05:53 AM.

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

                  Originally posted by AstalaVist View Post
                  So apperantly we got 2 launchers and 2 loaders of Iskander-M.

                  As far as i understand we didn't/don't have to pay money for this. Russia delivered them(by using CSTO agreements) to maintain the broken balance of the region to prevent another war.

                  Nice to know there are still people in Russia who has some common sense after all.
                  It says four launchers with 2 missiles each.
                  "According to Colonel Victor Murakhovski stock, the minimum possible to the delivery unit of the complex "Iskander" - division with four launchers (two missiles each). We can assume that such a number and delivered to Armenia, expert says. "

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

                    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                    It says four launchers with 2 missiles each.
                    "According to Colonel Victor Murakhovski stock, the minimum possible to the delivery unit of the complex "Iskander" - division with four launchers (two missiles each). We can assume that such a number and delivered to Armenia, expert says. "
                    Thanks for correcting me.

                    By the way the login section at the forum doesn't work. It's been 2 weeks, someone should try to fix it.

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

                      Now only thing left is s-400 and turks will start sucking on their own lips.

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