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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    All them mortars for one sniper? That is if you even know in which vicinity the gunfire came from. Silencer?
    I should have clarified the mortars would in the positions for their trenches. There in no way to know a sniper's location.

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

      Not surprised this came after Erdogan's latest wave of territory claims from many countries.

      Russia, Armenia to create joint combat force

      Russia and Armenia are planning to create a joint combat force in the Caucasus region, according to a draft document published on Russia’s official web portal of legal information on Tuesday.

      A unified command structure will be created to manage the force, which will be established to ensure the security of parties in the Caucasus region. The group’s prerogatives will include repelling any armed attack on either party, as well as defending the state borders of Armenia and Russia.

      According to the posted document, the commander of the unit will be appointed and dismissed by the Supreme Commander of the Armenian Armed Forces (Armenia’s President) in agreement with the Supreme Commander of the Russian Armed Forces (Russia’s President). Once signed, the agreement will be valid for five years, and be automatically renewed unless one of the parties expresses a desire to abrogate it.

      The process for ensuring the group’s combat readiness, subordination of national elements to Joint Command, its deployment and use is defined by the Regulations on the Joint Group of Forces of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Armenia and the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Instructions on the operational management of the group to its commander will be defined by the Russian Southern Military District and the operational command of the Armenian General Staff, and then signed off on by the Chief of Staff of both countries.

      According to the agreement, in peacetime, the commander of the group will be subordinated to the Armenian General Staff; in wartime he may be subordinated to the commander of the Russian Southern Military District. The document has been submitted to the Russian president for signature.

      Russia and Armenia are both parties to the Collective Security Treaty Organization, a defensive alliance of six countries formed in the aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union to ensure regional security.

      http://defense-watch.com/2016/11/09/...-combat-force/

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

        Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
        Work overload with increased stress.
        2 man team is the best.



        Retaliation is after the damage is done.
        All them mortars for one sniper? That is if you even know in which vicinity the gunfire came from. Silencer?

        Hakop has it right on and I agree fully that we do not have a effective up to date snipers and training. Decades behind.

        People you can say what you wanna say sorry if the truth hurts.

        In my projection for sniper doctrine I changed my mind about training our snipers to reload bullets.
        I think it's waist of time for them and too expensive. But since we will have a small sniper force, not comparable to US, it would be better to have 2 or 4 reloading centers stuffed with one or two experts in the art, located near borders. Less expense and better results.
        Those reloading experts would communicate with snipers and make bullets according to results data from snipers. Whatever rifle type, the best bullet/powder combo for operations distance and conditions that each sniper needs.
        Within about 500 shots sniper would have to refine his own ballistic table from base chart for every 50 meters staring from 500 to 2000 and based on his/her feedback reloader would refine the load for this particular sniper/rifle to maximum stabil accuracy. Of course a gunsmith has to be involved in this equation to take care of equipment kinks and service schedules.
        It is possible to create long distance tack drivers for our military.
        Last edited by Hakob; 11-09-2016, 07:53 AM.

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          Armenia marks Reconnaissance Troop Day 11.05.2016








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            Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army







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

              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Do the pt-72u twardy tanks have any advantages on the t-72b4?
              Last edited by armo12; 11-09-2016, 12:45 PM.

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                      An NKR Defense Army troop using locally produced Spec Ops Delta ballistic helmet during the latest drills on November 8.

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