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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    The wounded soldier now speaks, eats and wishes to continue his service
    Armenian serviceman Hayk Hambardzumyan, who was heavily wounded on October 7 in Artsakh, has visibly improved. As Panorama.am learnt from the soldier’s uncle, doctors assess Hayk’s condition as heavy yet stable.x
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    “Hayk is currently under the doctors’ care. He is still in the reanimation department. His condition is heavy but stable. Hayk speaks and eats now,” Rafik Zaroyan, the soldier’s uncle said, adding the relatives of the wounded soldier are allowed to visit him every day for about 20 minutes.
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    To note, the soldier received a gunshot wound in his liver and lungs. To doctors, there are certain difficulties with the liver, and the treatment requires a long time as well as an additional surgery. To the uncle’s words, doctors ensure Hayk will receive a good treatment.x
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    Hayk Hambardzumyan has been on the frontline during the April war this year. He was about to complete his military service in three months.x
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    “When Hayk opened his eyes, the first thing he said was he had survived and wished to continue his service,” recalled the soldier’s uncle.x
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    To note, Hayk Hambardzumyan sustained an injure on October 7 in a combat position of one of the NKR Defense Army units located to the south of the Line of Contact between NKR and Azerbaijan.
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    He underwent a surgery in Stepanakert on his chest and abdomen and three days later was transferred to Yerevan’s Central Clinical Military Hospital by helicopter.

    http://www.panorama.am/en/news/2016/...oldier/1660399
    Hayastan or Bust.

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      ArmHiTec-2016







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          [QUOTE=Federate;378413]
          Originally posted by Hakob View Post
          It's mobile camouflage from Lubawa Armenia. Here is the characteristics of this camouflage as per their website http://www.lubawausa.com/download/ka...mobilny_en.pdf

          Mobile Camouflage provides multispectral mobile Protection VIS, NIR, TIR, RADAR.

          - VIS specialised mobile camouflage pattern design dedicated to seamless integration with the natural
          environment providing effective protection from visual sensors and observation by the unaided and
          aided eye,
          - NIR reflection properties effectively replicate the natural environment giving increased protection from
          noctovision devices,
          - TIR reduction of thermal signature of up to 85%,
          - RADAR two way attenuation of up to 30db (according to tests performed by WITI - Military Institute of
          Armament Technology Warsaw Poland),
          - high tensile strength and resistance to tearing,
          - light weight designs available,
          - quick assembly and disassembly,
          - easy access to all panels.
          Did we modernise any tanks to this yet, or its just been talking?

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            Originally posted by burjuin View Post
            ArmHiTec-2016

            ^^^ Does anyone know if Imported or built in Armenia?

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              A suicide drone is being developed. It was shown only to officials.

              http://razm.info/90038

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                Originally posted by Azad View Post
                ^^^ Does anyone know if Imported or built in Armenia?
                It was shown by a German comany.

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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  It was shown by a German comany.
                  Ok Thanks! I have seen some variations but not this one.

                  http://trackimo.com/new-anti-drone-t...inging-drones/

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                    Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                    A suicide drone is being developed. It was shown only to officials.
                    Nice! I saw that yesterday and was wondering what it was. Here goes 1/2 of your money making company Armnuke. Still there is a need for the perfect defense system from small drones.

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                      Originally posted by Azad View Post
                      Nice! I saw that yesterday and was wondering what it was. Here goes 1/2 of your money making company Armnuke. Still there is a need for the perfect defense system from small drones.
                      He says that one has a range of 20-25km and can be armed. 1st batch of production will start this week.
                      Last edited by armnuke; 10-15-2016, 08:54 AM.

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