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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    The April war was a blessing in disguise. With the unfortunate people we lost, it started a new industry in Armenia that I believe in couple years it will flourish as a Hi tech industry for border security. In couple years we will have an advanced defense and counter measure sensors for small drones and arms. I was disappointed when I first saw the initial pictures but now it looks like some of the good stuff is surfacing.

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

      Originally posted by armnuke View Post
      He says that one has a range of 20-25km and can be armed. 1st batch of production will start this week.
      Can be armed?or just fitted with a warhead for suicide missions?

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

        In order to have a decent defense from small drone, attached is the perfect equation.
        If one can take all of the top sensors/optics/electronics/Antennas package them in a nice military containment that can be mounted on different arms in the 2 miles range it will be a winner.

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          Originally posted by Azad View Post
          Ok Thanks! I have seen some variations but not this one.

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


          Guys this is brand new tech in the world. It was in the news in US just about 3 months ago.

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

            Originally posted by Azad View Post
            The April war was a blessing in disguise. With the unfortunate people we lost, it started a new industry in Armenia that I believe in couple years it will flourish as a Hi tech industry for border security. In couple years we will have an advanced defense and counter measure sensors for small drones and arms. I was disappointed when I first saw the initial pictures but now it looks like some of the good stuff is surfacing.
            I was the one who was pretty upset. Now seeing some different things surfacing , I have to admit , I am quite happy . I actually thought all our efforts were spent on what I was actually pointing out . In other news , have you seen the Anti Russian sentiments slowed down in Armenia . When I speak to people here , they actually speak up the Russians now , right after this military parade everything seemed to change . When the Mig 29's flew over I was standing at Amiryan St, and they just ripped through the sky . People were just going crazy . Just a few nights ago I had to give a historical lesson to a moron , and everyone agreed with me . My argument was "Who is Armenia to Russia , that they provide us with weapons not even China has ". Surely they must want to see our survival and not our destruction ,like our neighbors . That must mean they are our friends , so what is the real problem ? Well our problem takes place in our own backyard , and not towards Russia . Anyways keep the pics coming guys . Loving it . If ArmNuke is serious about industry , I can help out with funding or sort some program were you get good funding , I mean if its legit .

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

              Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
              I was the one who was pretty upset. Now seeing some different things surfacing , I have to admit , I am quite happy . I actually thought all our efforts were spent on what I was actually pointing out . In other news , have you seen the Anti Russian sentiments slowed down in Armenia . When I speak to people here , they actually speak up the Russians now , right after this military parade everything seemed to change . When the Mig 29's flew over I was standing at Amiryan St, and they just ripped through the sky . People were just going crazy . Just a few nights ago I had to give a historical lesson to a moron , and everyone agreed with me . My argument was "Who is Armenia to Russia , that they provide us with weapons not even China has ". Surely they must want to see our survival and not our destruction ,like our neighbors . That must mean they are our friends , so what is the real problem ? Well our problem takes place in our own backyard , and not towards Russia . Anyways keep the pics coming guys . Loving it . If ArmNuke is serious about industry , I can help out with funding or sort some program were you get good funding , I mean if its legit .
              The anti-Russian sentiments have diminished big time. Much of those sentiments were generated by misinformation spread by media outlets funded by the West. The climax of those sentiments was Sasna Tsrer taking over the Police station. Now the funny thing is those so-called analysts who were paid to spread that sort of propaganda are left like orphans. Anyway, maybe our gov't should have displayed those weapons a little bit earlier to calm the population down as much as possible.

              As for the drone project, I'm a big defense industry enthusiast but in no way a technician or someone who can come up with hi-tech products. I do have a defense news blog where I write as a hobby. I'm involved in currency trading (forex), real estate and a little bit of agriculture. Great to see people are ready to contribute to the country's defense industry though.
              Last edited by armnuke; 10-15-2016, 09:48 AM.

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

                Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                I'm a big defense industry enthusiast but in no way a technician or someone who can come up with hi-tech products.
                Purchase “Dedrone” reverse engineer with 1000m+ range instead of 500m.
                http://www.dedrone.com/en/

                Purchase an Anti Drone killer/disrupter reverse engineer
                http://trackimo.com/new-anti-drone-t...inging-drones/

                Find a Chinese supplier for the base hardware and use the rest with local brain from the university.
                https://www.aliexpress.com/item-img/...0017.2.UXCM0h#


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                  Both of you walk with this idea to the defense ministry and tell them to help you fund the idea. They said they are ready to do so. Plus you will put some of the brain in the country to work.

                  Tell them you need $30.000 capital and will offer 20% of the company's future profits to the same defense program for the next 10 year.
                  Last edited by Azad; 10-15-2016, 10:48 AM.

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

                    Originally posted by Azad View Post
                    The April war was a blessing in disguise. With the unfortunate people we lost, it started a new industry in Armenia that I believe in couple years it will flourish as a Hi tech industry for border security. In couple years we will have an advanced defense and counter measure sensors for small drones and arms. I was disappointed when I first saw the initial pictures but now it looks like some of the good stuff is surfacing.
                    Couldnt agree more. Our tech is beefing up by the second while the sultans janissaries are starting to starve and ask northen indian muslims for mig 21s

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

                      Originally posted by Ak105 View Post
                      ... ask northen indian muslims for mig 21s
                      More like if you want us to keep our brotherly friendship, in the name of Allah you better buy some of our crappy planes that we cannot sell to anyone else.

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