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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

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      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
      I posted about this more than once. We got this from the Russian Army stocks, it was not produced as an export version for us. It's a used system, the M version. I also clarified why it's being said it can reach 300km, because international treaties do not allow the export of missiles with a range over 300km.
      That would make more sense, have armenia ever before recieved export versions or only older domestic ones?
      And is the only downgrade in iskander-e the distance or speed and accuracy aswell?. If the only difference is the missile used and not the rest of the system then we could have the weaker ones if they had some sitting.
      At the end of the day if neither Russia or Armenia specify the version Azerbaijan is forced to treat5it as Iskander-m.

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          Armenia-made motion sensors recognized best in U.S.
          22:28, 20.09.2016
          Region:Armenia
          Theme: Innovations



          YEREVAN. - Armenia-made motion sensors showed the best results during the testing in the U.S.

          Senior specialist at Precision Sensors & Instruments Ltd. (PSI), Alexader Khachunts, who took part in the ‘Made in Armenia’ exhibition held in Yerevan, said the aforementioned to Armenian News – NEWS.am.

          The Armenian devices were tested in the Mojave Desert in southwestern U.S. by the end of 2014. The motion sensor registered human steps from as far as 225-230 meters, while the foreign analogues do that from a distance of 50 meters.

          “Apparently, everything depends on whether that is concrete, sand or soil: even the kind of soil matters. But it is clear that in other equal conditions, the coating of our devices is better,” Khachunts noted.

          In his words, there is a great demand for motion sensors in the world, and first of all due to safety concerns. Their application is specifically related to surveillance of borders and separate facilities, as well as protection from terrorist attacks. The volume of the detector market for such application is assessed here at 20 bln AMD annually. The vibration monitoring can be applied not only in the area of security, but also for civilian purposes, for instance for checking the condition of buildings and bridges. It can also be used in the area of material engineering, for instance for determining the metal fatigue in aviation.

          “The planes and helicopters can be checked immediately before flight. For instance, the sensors can be installed in the corners of the helicopter’s take-off site to check the machine’s fans. As you understand, this will allow avoiding possible catastrophes. The device can also be used to check the existence of flaws in walls and coverings, as well as the load of bridges during peak transport flows,” Khachunts added.

          The capacities of vibration monitoring do not end here. Similar technology can be applied in medicine as well (material analysis on the basis of vibrations). To this end, PSI has already developed a device for non-invasive measuring of the intracranial pressure.

          Armenia News - NEWS.am
          http://news.am/rus/news/347422.html
          Last edited by burjuin; 09-23-2016, 08:16 AM.

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

            Originally posted by armo12 View Post
            S-400 is deployed in the russian base?source?





            Some clarifications as to who has what and capabilities by ex defence minister

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            Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
            Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
            Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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                Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
                Same here that's why I wanted to update it. Seems Lori the worm wants our military to look weak.
                That guy basically undid a lot of what one of the forumers here worked on. Our page started looking really good and impressive and then he went in and deleted everything.

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                  Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
                  That guy basically undid a lot of what one of the forumers here worked on. Our page started looking really good and impressive and then he went in and deleted everything.
                  One should look at his actions and information he spread, to see who he was.

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                    Originally posted by londontsi View Post



                    Some clarifications as to who has what and capabilities by ex defence minister

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                    He's coming up with amazing answers, to noobs..man that guy reporter is still doubting that Russia will not transfer the weapons which we will get/got with the $200M loan. What a bunch of amateurs.

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                      Military parade on 25th anniversary of Armenia’s independence








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