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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      • Originally posted by Azad View Post

        They want to be hight enough to see the tanks (if they can) but not high enough to be detected by radars. They might get one missile by surprise after that it will be war and everything flying will come done. The shekelists have them idiots wrapped around their middle finger. For the last two years they have been scratching their head how to attack us and they are failing miserably.
        If they keep trying without suffering repercussions, they may eventually find a way to succeed. There need to be heavy consequences to even their failed efforts.
        Hayastan or Bust.


        • Originally posted by Haykakan View Post

          If they keep trying without suffering repercussions, they may eventually find a way to succeed. There need to be heavy consequences to even their failed efforts.
          Agreed. They've built up an impressive force. We need to make sure that they know they will suffer massive destruction if they think about using it. The whole 15km advancement / 500k Azeris displaced thing is a strong propaganda tool.


          • Originally posted by Haykakan View Post

            If they keep trying without suffering repercussions, they may eventually find a way to succeed. There need to be heavy consequences to even their failed efforts.
            Agree! Right before winter a major surprise pre-emptive strike will be perfect.


            • Originally posted by burjuin View Post
              Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Army

              Does anybody know why these systems are still in use. Too imprecise for modern aircraft, too short firing range for indirect fire, not enough power for tanks. The only possible use is against infantry without anti-tank missiles and haevy armoured support, something you will not find in a war with the azeris.


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                • Israeli Arms Manufacturer Alleged To Have Attacked Armenia From Azerbaijan

                  August 14, 2017 - 11:08am, by Joshua Kucera

                  Israeli Arms Manufacturer Alleged To Have Attacked Armenia From Azerbaijan
                  An image of the Orbiter 1K, the drone that Israeli private company officials are alleged to have launched into Armenian territory. (photo: Aeronautics Defense Systems)

                  Officials from an Israeli arms manufacturer fired two drone missiles from Azerbaijan into Armenian-held territory, according to a complaint under investigation by the Israali Ministry of Defense.

                  According to the allegations -- which have been denied by the company, Aeronautics Defense Systems -- the episode occured a little more than a month ago. Company officials were in Azerbaijan to promote their "suicide drone," the Orbiter-1K, and Azerbaijani officials asked for a sort of live demonstration, to launch the drone into Armenian territory.

                  The drone operators refused, but then company officials armed and launched the drones themselves, according to the complaint. Both are said to have missed their targets and caused no damage. The company has said that it is against their policy to demonstrate their arms using live fire.

                  The complaint was first reported by an Israeli newspaper, Maariv, then picked up by a number of other Israeli media. It's not clear who filed the complaint.

                  Israel is one of Azerbaijan's key foreign partners, and has provided Baku with some of its most sophisticated weaponry, including a reconnaissance version of the Orbiter. That drone is produced in Azerbaijan by an Azerbaijani-Israeli joint venture, Azad. Azerbaijan's Israeli weapons, in particular drones, were used to significant effect in last year's heavy fighting with Armenia.

                  Azad also has already been producing a suicide drone called Zerbe, apparently modeled on the Orbiter 1K. At an arms expo in Baku last year, Azerbaijan's Minister of Defense Industry Yavar Jamalov called the Zerbes a nightmare for the Armenian army."

                  So it's not clear why Israeli officials were on an apparent sales mission to Azerbaijan to show off the Oribiter 1K.

                  On July 7, the de facto military of Nagorno Karabakh reported that an Azerbaijani suicide drone hit close to an Armenian position near the line of contact between the two sides, injuring two Armenian soldiers. That attack would fit the timeline alleged in the Israeli complaint.

                  Later in July, a senior Israeli official made a rare visit to Armenia, and there have been signsthat the Israeli government's strong support of Azerbaijan may be wavering.

                  One Azerbaijani military analyst, Ramil Mamadli, said the new report was false. "This kind of disinformation aims to damage Azerbaijan-Israel military-technical relations. Behind this disinformation is either the competition between companies or the activity of the Armenian diaspora in Israel," he told the website Azerbaijan's government has yet to officially comment on the report.


                  • Էրեբունի ավիացիոն բազայում կայացած տոնական միջոցառումը նվիրված էր Ռուսաստանի օրվան:
                    Ռուս օդաչուները բարձրագույն պիլոտաժի հնարքներ ցուցադրեցիներեւանյան երկնքում:


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