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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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

    A good upgrade to D-30. All should be converted to this model.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sora_122mm

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      Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
      A good upgrade to D-30. All should be converted to this model.

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sora_122mm
      The Russian version is more flexible. Can be used in conventional artillery 14Km and mortar 9Km with all kinds of variations. Plus we have the delivery systems.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXy_cZc-UAI

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

        Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post
        A lot of hype is given to the big weapon systems (Jet fighters, submarines, battle tanks that cost 16mil) but the reality is there are a lot of Small Arms, Light Weapons and artillery systems that Armenia can produce that will tip the scale of battle.
        Think about Israeli kamikazes. The hype they created in azeristan.
        You need special controll systems (vehicles, transmitters, computer controls) and trained UAV pilots.
        Plus, each ordinance is a flying machine first, with a price tag.
        But those guided artillery ammo, all you need is a soldier(s) with lazer pointer. Or a a Krunk flying above and pointing a lazer beam to objects below.
        Looking at how steady and focused our UAV's video is that should be easy.
        You make azeri kamikazes waist of money

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          Armenian Air Force







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            Armenian Army








            Last edited by burjuin; 05-25-2017, 05:31 AM.

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              Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Armenian Air Force









              burjuin

              Do we also have flying tank?

              .
              Politics is not about the pursuit of morality nor what's right or wrong
              Its about self interest at personal and national level often at odds with the above.
              Great politicians pursue the National interest and small politicians personal interests

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                Armenian Army






                Last edited by burjuin; 05-25-2017, 05:31 AM.

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                  Armenian Peacekeepers in Iraq 2005-2008








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                      Trump’s proposed FY18 budget
                      WASHINGTON—The budget unveiled Monday by the Trump administration will see a drastic 70 percent–69.6 percent–cut in aid to Armenia over the fiscal year 2017 budget, which allocatedx$22.4 million in assistance to Armenia. Trump’s budget is calling for a $6.8 million aid package to Armenia.
                      “We are troubled by President Trump’s ill-advised and misguided proposal to sharply cut aid to Armenia. His budget recommendation underscores the need to work with Congressional appropriators to reverse these reductions, while redoubling our efforts to empower Armenia’s aid-to-trade transition,” said Aram Hamparian, Executive Director of the Armenian National Committee of America.
                      “Building on 2015’s Trade and Investment Framework Agreement and leveraging the five hundred million dollars in new U.S. investments in Armenia, we need to put in place a badly-needed Double Tax Treaty, launch direct Los Angeles to Yerevan flights, secure an MCC Science and Technology education grant for Armenian schools, and undertake other targeted commercial initiatives to strengthen the U.S.-Armenia bilateral economic relationship,” added Hamparian.
                      Under the Administration’s budget, aid to Armenia would be reduced by 70 percent, dropping from $22.4 million in FY17 to $6.8 million proposed for FY18. The Trump budget also reduces assistance to Azerbaijan by 90 percent as compared with FY16 to $1 million.
                      The Trump budget request for Armenia envisions $4 million in Economic Support and Development Fund, $1.5 million for International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement, and $700,000 for Nonproliferation, Antiterrorism, Demining and Related Programs. Military parity between Armenia and Azerbaijan is maintained in the proposed budget with each receiving $600,000 for International Military Education and Training and cuts Foreign Military Financing to both countries. In the FY17 budget $1 million was allocated for FMF.
                      In early April, the Congressional Armenian Caucus called on key U.S. House appropriators to prioritize Fiscal Year 2018 foreign aid policies “strengthening Armenia’s independence, promoting peace in Nagorno Karabakh, and supporting Armenia as a regional safe haven for at-risk Middle East refugees.
                      Among the specific priorities advanced by the Caucus were:
                      — U.S. support for Armenia as a regional safe haven for Middle East refugees, in the form of a $40 million appropriation to support transitional programs, including short-term housing/rental assistance and social and economic integration initiatives.
                      — A renewed focus on aid to Artsakh, with an appropriation of at least $8 million for de-mining, rehabilitation programs (such as the Lady Cox Rehabilitation Center), and water supply systems.
                      — A focused effort to check Azerbaijani aggression, through the appropriation of at least $20 million to support implementation of the Royce-Engel peace proposals, the suspension of U.S. military aid to Baku, and the strengthening of Section 907 of the FREEDOM Support Act.
                      — An appropriation of at least $40 million in economic aid to Armenia, and no less than $11 million in military aid, with a focus on advancing U.S.-Armenia defense cooperation goals, promoting NATO interoperability, and supporting increased Armenia’s participation in global peacekeeping operations.
                      In March, House Intelligence Committee Ranking Democrat Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Congressional Armenian Caucus Co-Chair Frank Pallone (D-NJ) delivered powerful testimony before key House foreign aid appropriators, calling for the expansion of U.S. assistance to Artsakh and Armenia, and the implementation of measures to check escalating Azerbaijani aggression.
                      ANCA’s Hamparian also noted that the organization will continue working with congressional leaders to ensure that a portion of the Trump’s proposed $2.75 billion allocated to Migration and Refugee Assistance would go to Armenia, which has accepted a large number of refugees from Syria over the course of the past several years.
                      http://asbarez.com/163725/trumps-bud...st-70-percent/
                      Hayastan or Bust.

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