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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      Too much good news in one day!first, knowing that we had the smerches for a long time,then the modernisation of our tanks...good work from our new MOD, but a question must be asked,does our modernisation make our tanks superior to the israeli modernisation on azeri tanks?

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        Originally posted by armo12 View Post
        Too much good news in one day!first, knowing that we had the smerches for a long time,then the modernisation of our tanks...good work from our new MOD, but a question must be asked,does our modernisation make our tanks superior to the israeli modernisation on azeri tanks?
        Significant difference between T-72B3 and T-72Sim1.
        The Sim1 basically has some electronics/optics upgraded with no armor upgrade and no new gun.
        The B3 has superior optics/electronics with the French Thales Catherine thermal imager that can be found on the T-90A.
        As for the armor, the Sim1 has the regular hull of the T-72S or B/B1 with the ERA kontakt-1 blocks that we have on our T-72B/B1/AV. While the B3 has the hull of of the T-90 + Kontakt-5 ERA at least (possibility of Relict).
        The gun of the B3 is the same as that of the T-90A 2A46M-5 while the Sim1 has the same gun as our current T-72B/B1.
        The B3 also has the Sosna-U gunner's sight which is a significant addition.
        This tank can keep up with any western tank including the Abrams and the Leopard 2A6.

        We knocked out Sim1s during the 4-Day War. And the Russians knocked out Georgian Sim1s with T-62s on 08/08/08.

        That was a quick comparison from the top of my head.

        As for the Smerch, it says we had some crew trained in 1996, but doesn't confirm if we had the Smerch or was it just crew training but no presence of the equipment.
        Last edited by armnuke; 10-21-2016, 03:21 PM.

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          Originally posted by armnuke View Post
          Children of martyrs from April's 4-Day War get 5 million AMD donation from Armenia's Grand Candy.

          http://news.am/arm/news/352747.html
          That is 5000000 drams ($10500) each child.
          One of the martired heroes that has 3 children and was dreaming to buy a house (the family lives in a rented cabin) family was given 15000000 drams ($31500) enough to to buy a house in capital and then some.
          Overall 90 mln drams was donated.

          Abri Grand Candy. Thank you Mr. Karen Vardanian. Very patriotic and humane conduct.
          We, leaving abroad, should make sure to buy Grand Candy products, chocolates and candies, that you can find in allmost all the Armenian groceries all over the world.
          Last edited by Hakob; 10-21-2016, 03:27 PM.

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            Originally posted by armnuke View Post
            Significant difference between T-72B3 and T-72Sim1.
            The Sim1 basically has some electronics/optics upgraded with no armor upgrade and no new gun.
            The B3 has superior optics/electronics with the French Thales Catherine thermal imager that can be found on the T-90A.
            As for the armor, the Sim1 has the regular hull of the T-72S or B/B1 with the ERA kontakt-1 blocks that we have on our T-72B/B1/AV. While the B3 has the hull of of the T-90 + Kontakt-5 ERA at least (possibility of Relict).
            The gun of the B3 is the same as that of the T-90A 2A46M-5 while the Sim1 has the same gun as our current T-72B/B1.

            We knocked out Sim1s during the 4-Day War. And the Russians knocked out Georgian Sim1s with T-62s on 08/08/08.

            That was a quick comparison from the top of my head.

            As for the Smerch, it says we had some crew trained in 1996, but doesn't confirm if we had the Smerch or was it just crew training but no presence of the equipment.
            Is there a possibility to install the shtora-1 system on t-72b3 variants?

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              Originally posted by Hakob View Post
              That is 5000000 drams ($10500) each child.
              One of the martired heroes that has 3 children and was dreaming to buy a house (the family lives in a rented cabin) family was given 15000000 drams ($31500) enough to to buy a house in capital and then some.
              Overall 90 mln drams was donated.

              Abri Grand Candy. Thank you Mr. Karen Vardanian. Very patriotic and humane conduct.
              We, leaving abroad, should make sure to buy Grand Candy products, chocolates and candies, that you can find in allmost all the Armenian groceries all over the world.
              That is a great initiative indeed and one worthy of our support. I enjoy the products of that company very much but they do not have a presence in the Detroit Market.
              Hayastan or Bust.

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                What do people think of this new Defense Minister?

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                  Armenian army




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                    Do our tanks have good communication with other tanks and commanders?
                    B0zkurt Hunter

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

                      Originally posted by Haykakan View Post
                      That is a great initiative indeed and one worthy of our support. I enjoy the products of that company very much but they do not have a presence in the Detroit Market.
                      Those counter-ATGM systems are not affective. The Israeli tanks have the Trophy and they still take Hezbolla and Hamas missiles. In Syria every ATGM that was directed at the T-90 was a hit, and what stopped them was the ERA, not the Shtora.

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