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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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      • Originally posted by Achemish View Post
        Btw I donít know if the mass outage in Azerbaijan has been posted about here yet? Just one power station in mingbachevir falling toppled their entire electrical grid nationwide, seems like itís extremely vulnerable atm in the case of warefare.
        Now if we were to destroy there facility in case of a war, these morons will probably fire at our Nuclear Plant .. I don't trust Turks on a battlefield.. They won't be able to accept a honest loss.. If we do have a war this time, parts of Nakhichevan have to be taken to drive the Azeris from firing at our city.. We need to close that border with Turkey.

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        • Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post

          Now if we were to destroy there facility in case of a war, these morons will probably fire at our Nuclear Plant .. I don't trust Turks on a battlefield.. They won't be able to accept a honest loss.. If we do have a war this time, parts of Nakhichevan have to be taken to drive the Azeris from firing at our city.. We need to close that border with Turkey.
          All of the Soviet reactors had a wartime protocols for shutting them down and excluding meltdowns in wartime bomb threats.
          This is a scenario of allscale war. If it happens we are in a better position because we got hundreds of power plants all over, but azeris only few options.

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          • Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
            parts of Nakhichevan have to be taken to drive the Azeris from firing at our city.. We need to close that border with Turkey.
            During quite times or war times, I have been bching about building a dam in Areni area #1.
            As you can see the two large water veins in Armenia are feeding the turks nicely in the delta.
            If they start any war in that region refer to #2 azeri dam ďboomĒ flood, divide and advance liberate the top of our historic territories.

            Last edited by Azad; 07-06-2018, 01:46 AM.

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            • Azerbaijani defense minister chairs meeting on results of large-scale exercises

              06 July 2018
              Azerbaijanís Defense Minister Colonel General on Friday chaired a meeting on the results of the large-scale exercises.

              The meeting was attended by the Defense Ministryís leadership, commanders, and chiefs of staff of formations, including other responsible officers, the Defense Ministry told APA.

              Analyzing the results of the exercises held in accordance with the plan approved by Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Ilham Aliyev, which were conducted at various firing ranges and training points at day and night time.

              Hasanov noted that the troops covertly concentrating in the main directions have successfully conducted large-scale offensive operations during the night.

              The defense minister noted that the operational training of staffs and troops was improved and raised to a new level in the course of the exercises. The headquarters completely fulfilled all the tasks.

              Hasanov, stressing the importance of carrying out these exercises, brought to the meeting participant's attention the respective tasks assigned by the Supreme Commander-in-Chief to the Azerbaijani Armed Forces.

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              • Originally posted by Etchmiadzin View Post
                ... successfully conducted large-scale offensive operations during the night.
                It is always night cause you do not have power you retards.

                I even think it will be cheaper and wiser to supply every azeri night vision binoculars instead of trying or attempting to fix the power.
                Last edited by Azad; 07-06-2018, 03:36 AM.

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                • You guys should see this video on the power outage in azeristan. The dictator is really pissed now and the guy that is standing looks like he is going to be walking funny tomorrow. If he sees tomorrow.
                   

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                  • Originally posted by Azad View Post

                    It is always night cause you do not have power you retards.
                    Lmao thatís not how that xxxxing works, thereís something called the sun.

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                    • Originally posted by Achemish View Post

                      Lmao thatís not how that xxxxing works, thereís something called the sun.
                      It is a place that doesn't shine!

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