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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    There was someone who was worried about our tank upgrade and if they can take ATGMs.
    There's a fresh video from Syria where a T-72B model 1989 (same hull as B3, B4, and T-90) takes 2 TOW ATGM hits and survives.

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          The result of the trial military exercise were summarized

          7 SEPTEMBER 2016
          On September 6th, a trial military exercise commenced at the 3rd Army corps, dedicated to the conduct of media and information gathering work during combat operations.


          During the trial exercises, cooperation between regional government and local semi-autonomous government bodies, large media organizations and local branches of the military police of the Ministry of Defense will be simulated.

          The "Tavush" information center was opened during the exercises, as a single source for reliable news.

          An entry point has been established at the "Tavush" information center in collaboration with the regional branch of the Military Police of the Ministry of Defense, and entry passes have been issued to representatives of accredited media organizations. The media representatives' recording devices have been registered at the information center.

          A briefing has taken place at the "Tavush" information center, following the completion of which permits were handed out to representatives of media organizations and NGOs, in addition to equipment and armor with the label "press."
          http://www.mil.am/en/news/4311





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            Hey, are there any more pictures of our military barracks? I'm curious as to what conditions Armenian soldiers live in.

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                - Who in his right mind would open a static military base such as the one shown in the photos in Tartar which can be targeted with your everyday BM-21 Grad MRLS?
                - Great stuff for internal consumption. Probably they gathered all the BMP-3s they got for the photos and most probably they will be sent back to Baku to protect donkiyev.


                Azerbaijan opens its new military base near the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region

                President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Commander in Chief Ilham Aliyev has attended the opening of a newly built military base of the Ministry of Defense in Tartar district, near the breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh region.

                The new military base in Tartar district has headquarters, two barracks, a canteen, a medical center, and a laundry service in the territory of the military unit. There is also a sports village where servicemen can do different sports. The military unit is supplied with state-of-the-art equipment.

                There are photo stands in the building reflecting national leader Heydar Aliyev`s and President Ilham Aliyev`s attention to army building and their meetings with servicemen.
                Under President Ilham Aliyev`s leadership, material and technical resources of Azerbaijan`s army have strengthened dramatically over the last few years, making Azerbaijan`s military one of the strongest armies in the world.

                Nagorno-Karabakh is a disputed territory, internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but most of the region is governed by the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, a de facto independent state with Armenian ethnic majority established on the basis of the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast of the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic. Azerbaijan has not exercised political authority over the region since the advent of the Karabakh movement in 1988. Since the end of the Nagorno-Karabakh War in 1994, representatives of the governments of Armenia and Azerbaijan have been holding peace talks mediated by the OSCE Minsk Group on the region’s disputed status.













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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
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                  Under President Ilham Aliyev`s leadership, material and technical resources of Azerbaijan`s army have strengthened dramatically over the last few years, making Azerbaijan`s military one of the strongest armies in the world.
                  Holy xxxx did that give me a good laugh, they can not possibly believe that. Gotta love how the only time he breaks out a smile is when he sees the food, also I have never seen an face that says "I have no idea what the xxxx I am doing" than him in the drivers seat.

                  Also as you said, what a retarded place to open a base. If another April occurs I imagine the first place we will shell will be that base, hopefully they are retarded enough to keep the BMP-3's there so that they can be taken out along with the base. What a waste of money.

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                    All the toys without a dust on them. No wonder why their azz is always handed to them. They never use them! Cut ribbons, admire and dream.

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