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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    Աչքս չեմ թարթելու, հարկ եղած դեպքում, Իսկանդերի համազարկի հրաման արձակելիս. Սերժ Սարգսյան (ֆոտո)
    25.03.2017


    Այսօր Հայաստանի զինուժի գերագույն գլխավոր հրամանատարն աչքը չի թարթելու, հարկ եղած դեպքում, Իսկանդերի համազարկի հրաման արձակելիս: Այս մասին, այսօր՝ մարտի 25-ին, Արցախում զինծառայողների եւ նրանց ընտանիքի անդամների առջեւ իր ելույթի ժամանակ հայտարարել է ՀՀ նախագահ Սերժ Սարգսյանը:

    Նա, իր ելույթում, մասնավորապես, նշել է.

    Անցած ապրիլին մենք հետ շպրտեցինք միջազգային պայմանավորվածությունները դրժած հակառակորդին բոլոր ուղղություններով, մենք տապալեցինք նրանց պլանները, մենք կատարելապես ջախջախեցինք նրանց՝ այդ օրերի տեղեկատվական պատերազմում, մենք մի տարվա ընթացքում այնքան ամրացրինք սահմանն ու զինեցինք զորքը, որ այսօր մեր առաջնագիծն ուղղակի անճանաչելի է դարձել։ Այսօր մեր տղաները հետեւում են հակառակորդի տեղաշարժին նրա տարածքի խորքում արդեն։ Այսօր պատերազմատենչ հարեւանի տարածքի բոլոր ուղղություններով, ընդհուպ մինչեւ ամենակարեւոր ենթակառուցվածքներ, գերժամանակակից հզոր հարվածային ուժ է ուղղված։ Եվ այսօր Հայաստանի զինուժի գերագույն գլխավոր հրամանատարն աչքը չի թարթելու, հարկ եղած դեպքում, Իսկանդերի համազարկի հրաման արձակելիս։ Ու դա հարեւան երկրում շատ լավ գիտեն։

    Մենք այլեւս երբեք միլիոնավոր նահատակների սրբադասում չենք անելու։ Հաստա՛տ չենք անելու:

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        You know I can go all out and fight how naive you are lori for thinking the T-72B is the best (for its time) or how it should be a majority of our tank force rather than a minority or how useful the Goggles and knee/shoulder pads are and why our Field artillery is LITERALLY a museum, I'm too lazy.
        I never said it was the best tank. I said it and its derivatives are the best T72 variants. That is just a fact. Maybe, you should try to not create a strawman argument so you won't have to start a crusade against "my" ignorance. And what do you suggest we switch these tanks out for? T90As? Do you know what platform that tank is based on?

        Kneepads, goggles, shoulderpads? What do you think war is? A fashion show? You don't need any of those. What you need is proper, durable clothing, kevlar, and vests. Ask any former soldier. They will tell you, wearing that crap is insanely uncomfortable. Its only meaningful if you are in an urban landscape. (Mainly with kneepads) In the mountains and woodlands, why would you wear it? Your kneeling on dirt. Having winter clothing, working camouflage, and kevlar that will keep you alive is better than looking like a stormtrooper. The US military gives out all of that crap to its troops. You won't see one infantryman wearing those ridiculous shoulderpads, however.

        why our Field artillery is LITERALLY a museum
        You still haven't pointed out what systems are outdated.


        I'm too lazy.
        I have been on the Internet long enough (Longer than about 2 days) to understand that "I won't bother arguing" is just another way of saying "Im full of it and I don't have an argument"

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

          Originally posted by burjuin View Post
          ...and then again,why does the police need btr-80's?

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

            Originally posted by armo12 View Post
            ...and then again,why does the police need btr-80's?
            Something to hide behind when Sociopaths of Sasun try to pul another stunt.

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                PRESIDENT SERZH SARGSYAN'S WORKING VISIT TO ARTSAKH






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                  PRESIDENT SERZH SARGSYAN'S WORKING VISIT TO ARTSAKH






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