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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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  • Originally posted by ASALA2116 View Post
    If the Israelis with the most modern planes in the Middle East let alone world are afraid of the S300 System and won't take that risk of flying missions into Syria , what's an SU25?
    Subconsciously you proved yourself how useless planes are these days. For the price of one modern fighter we can build so many advanced UAVs. If we want to deliver heavy guided loads we can just go up with the SU25 in our territory and direct the load. Or use one of our elevated mountains by the border. We do not need to advance into azeri territories they need to the other way around.

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    • Մեթոդական օգնություն Պաշտպանության բանակի զորամասերից մեկին

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      • "Ehnikner" Mountain Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division








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          • Տ-72 հրասայլը և իր անձնակազմը / T-72 tank and its crew

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            • Originally posted by Azad View Post

              Subconsciously you proved yourself how useless planes are these days. For the price of one modern fighter we can build so many advanced UAVs. If we want to deliver heavy guided loads we can just go up with the SU25 in our territory and direct the load. Or use one of our elevated mountains by the border. We do not need to advance into azeri territories they need to the other way around.
              Planes are only useless if we had a squadron of UAV's basically covering what planes do, plus more. In that case we don't have the tech to mass produce such an idea. We have to just buy better fighters and fit them up with jammers and try our best not to get shot down.. The problem is our Army likes ideas, but doesn't heavily invest into them.

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              • Originally posted by Azad View Post

                Subconsciously you proved yourself how useless planes are these days. For the price of one modern fighter we can build so many advanced UAVs. If we want to deliver heavy guided loads we can just go up with the SU25 in our territory and direct the load. Or use one of our elevated mountains by the border. We do not need to advance into azeri territories they need to the other way around.
                You cut me off on this.lol
                A question...
                I see Israel using its Air Force as a PR stunt in Syria to enforce Israelís invincibility and power projection. Their basics is Arab incompetence. After all Targets in Syria are so close that most of them can be hit by land based rockets. When I read that Israelís Air Force hit Syrian Targets by rockets, canít those rockets be launched from land instead? This looks like similar to their efforts in maintaining fear in Arabs about Israelís armored forces, tanks. It resulted in near defeat in yom kipur war in 1973, when Arabs destroyed much of their armory with guided missiles. Second time in 2006 Hezbollah defeated their much trumpeted Merkavas in Lebanon.
                Air Force has been a bit harder to kill because itís not just a guided missile but a whole sistem necessary that needs special trained people and equipment.
                But make no mistake, Israel is going to get it soon or later and everything will fall in its place about where each technology stands.
                Our job is to do what logical. Whatever the enemy relies the heaviest, work out itís most effective and best killer. Donít let them establish any nich. They almost had a chance to do so in 2016 with UAV s.
                Last edited by Hakob; 10-17-2018, 05:14 PM.

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                • I donít trust anything that comes out of shekelistan. One thing I can give them credit, they are formidable propagandists with deception. They never faced a decent army and always have the US in the background shifting the scale when needed. They had free range in Syria and Lebanon flying at will in their airspaces. Let us see if they will with the S300 around, let alone if they place S400. The only places conventional Air Force can be used when the country or territories are backwards. Reason why countries from all around the world are rushing to buy the S300 or S400. Also, it was weird what was going on when Russia and Shekelistan were attacking at the same time in Northern Syria. Russia was upset their plane was shot down, but not once anyone questioned WHY was shekelisatan around the same area at the same time. They all have background agreement of proxy games in the region. It looks like now turkey is trying to mess with the Saudis.

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                  • Հրաձգության մրցում 11-րդ դասարանի աշակերտների միջև Արցախում

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                    • Crews of MiG-29 fighter jets to annihilate mock enemy in Armenia

                      Crews of operational-tactical aviation on the MiG-29 fighter jets of the Russian military base Erebuni (Armenia), during the inspection of the combat readiness of the formation, destroyed the command post of the mock enemy.

                      According to the plan of the exercises, a camp was equipped by the mock enemy on the territory of the Alagyaz in the forest, mountain massif.

                      Using the coordinates of the targets obtained from the crews of unmanned aerial vehicles, MiG-29 fighters practiced combat training missions with electronic launch of guided missiles.

                      In total, more than 2,000 servicemen and 400 vehicles and armored vehicles, including MiG-29 fighter jets, Mi-24P, Mi-8MTV helicopters and modern unmanned aerial vehicles were involved in the exercise.

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