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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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        SECOND BLAST HITS SOCAR LINE

        The same section of a Socar-operated gas pipeline in Azerbaijan has exploded twice in one week. The second blast, followed by a fire, occurred in the morning of January 2.

        The 39-inch pipeline carries gas from the Sangachal processing plant about 50 km from Baku. The earlier blast happened on December 27 and neither caused any injuries.

        The state-owned company said repair work has already started on the pipeline and that gas supplies to the Absheron region were continuing but from a different route.

        http://www.naturalgasworld.com/socar...nd-blast-35198

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

          Originally posted by armnuke View Post
          9M22U if I remember correctly.

          edit: Pretty sure it's 9M22U. You can see in one of the videos from the 4-Day War.
          Thank you! We need 9M218 (30 km), 9M521 (40 km) or 9M522 (37,5 km). I hope we have some of these types. The distance would give our artillery much more safety and effectiveness.

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            Antitank battalion exercise

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              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Antitank battalion exercise

              Nice video.
              But I have to repeat my question I already asked about the D-44 and the D-1 howitzers. How we use these MT-12 anti-tank-guns in battle? As far as I know they are not effective against modern tanks (even against T-72) and are towed. There is a video Burjuin posted a while ago where one of our soldiers says clearly that they need more time to reload than a tank so the first shot must be a hit. So in my opinion the crew of a MT-12 is cannon fodder.

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                  Originally posted by armnuke View Post
                  No, you didn't understand.
                  Please explain again. Thanks

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                    RA Ministry of Defense organized two-day training for media representatives in Northern border lines





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