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    Re: Azerbaijan Military thread

    Azer's should be kissing Erdo's feet for protecting their country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon29 View Post
    Azer's should be kissing Erdo's feet for protecting their country.
    Azeri's and Turks are brothers,so why kissing each others feet?

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    Re: Azerbaijan Military thread

    Azerbaijan to increase defense spending for 2015
    Tue 14 October 2014 08:48 GMT

    The defense spending for 2015 will make 17.9 percent of the state budget expenditures, APA reports.
    According to the draft budget released by the Ministry of Finance, the military expenditures for 2015 will be 3.1 percent higher than 2014. It also includes expenditures on the financial provision of projects and activities for special purposes.

    Funds are planned to be allocated from the state budget for defense and security agencies.

    http://news.az/articles/economy/92728
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    Azerbaijani Coast Guard revamps fleet with Israeli boats

    Azerbaijani Coast Guard has placed an order for 6 Shaldag MK V patrol boat and 6 Saar 62 OPV to be built at Coast Guard's new shipyard.

    http://www.janes.com/article/42534/a...h-israeli-help

    Shaldag MK V has a length of 32m and a displacement of 95 ton. Saar 62 has a length of 62m and a displacement of 470 ton.

    Shaldag MK V is armed with 23mm Typhoon, 2x 12.7mm Mini-Typhoon and MLS ER armed with 4 Spike-ER missiles.

    Saar 62 will be armed with 25/30mm Typhoon, 2x 12.7mm Mini-Typhoon and MLS NLOS armed with 8 Spike NLOS missiles (+ 12 Spike NLOS carried in storage). Saar 62 will be also equipped with ELM-2228X radar and will have the capacity to carry light helicopter.



    In addition, Saar S-72 is also offered for the Coast Guard.



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    shot down by Igla-S

    Almost half of Armenian air force was shot down in this incident
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    Re: Azerbaijan Military thread

    Quote Originally Posted by T-123456 View Post
    Azeri's and Turks are brothers,so why kissing each others feet?
    All Turks are brothers! However, modern politics, communism, Han Chinese and Slavic expansionism have forever changed our destiny.

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    shot down by Igla-S

    Almost half of Armenian air force was shot down in this incident
    One shot and its down. Woaow!!!
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    Re: Azerbaijan interested in Ka-52 and more

    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    I keep hearing about plans to acquire military equipement for years but have yet to see a single order.
    Such as?

    You are "yet to see a single order"? Since you were commenting to the article posted by Hariz, let's see what Azerbaijan has ordered from Russia in recent years:

    2 battalions of S-300PMU2
    24 Mi-35M, + a large amount of Mi-17
    100 T-90S, with an option for 100 more
    100 BMP-3
    BTR-82A, unknown quantity
    18 TOS-1A
    18 2S31 Vena
    18 Smerch
    18 Msta-S

    For artillery systems there are options for more as well like the T-90, so the numbers may increase.

    + other orders, such as large number of 2S12A Sani, Igla-S, Kornet-E etc...

    Also recently it was revealed that Azerbaijan has ordered Berezhok combat module with Kornet-E missiles for upgrade of its BMP-1 and BMP-2s.

    Total amount of Azerbaijani-Russian arms contracts since 2010 are $4-5 billion.
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    Re: Azerbaijan interested in Ka-52 and more

    Quote Originally Posted by Yagibasan View Post
    Such as?

    You are "yet to see a single order"? Since you were commenting to the article posted by Hariz, let's see what Azerbaijan has ordered from Russia in recent years:

    2 battalions of S-300PMU2
    24 Mi-35M, + a large amount of Mi-17
    100 T-90S, with an option for 100 more
    100 BMP-3
    BTR-82A, unknown quantity
    18 TOS-1A
    18 2S31 Vena
    18 Smerch
    18 Msta-S

    For artillery systems there are options for more as well like the T-90, so the numbers may increase.

    + other orders, such as large number of 2S12A Sani, Igla-S, Kornet-E etc...

    Also recently it was revealed that Azerbaijan has ordered Berezhok combat module with Kornet-E missiles for upgrade of its BMP-1 and BMP-2s.

    Total amount of Azerbaijani-Russian arms contracts since 2010 are $4-5 billion.
    Welcome to the forum!
    He meant Pakistan, not Azerbaijan. Pakistanis in general, specially Neo, are our friends and do not want to troll Azerbaijanis
    BTW, [MENTION=50]Neo[/MENTION] Azerbaijan has shown interest in your missile technology.
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    IDEF 2015: Azerbaijan displays firearm developments

    Remigiusz Wilk, Istanbul - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly
    12 May 2015

    Azerbaijan small arms (left from top): 5.56 mm EM-14 assault rifle with a new magazine; 7.62 mm HP light machine gun; and 40 mm RBG/M11 grenade launcher. Right from top: 7.62 mm UP general-purpose machine gun; 7.62 mm Yirtiji semi-automatic sniper rifle; 7.62x51 mm Yalguzag bolt-action sniper rifle; and 14.5 mm upgraded Istigal-T semi-automatic sniper rifle. Source: Remigiusz Wilk
    The Ministry of Defence Industry of Azerbaijan (MODAR) debuted a wide range of new firearms at the IDEF defence exhibition in Istanbul. These included: EM-14 5.56 mm assault rifle, 7.62 mm Yirtiji semi-automatic sniper rifle, and the 40 mm RBG/M11 revolver grenade launcher.

    The EM-14 is a derivative of the Khazri rifle that has been built in Azerbaijan since MODAR purchased a license from Izhmash in 2011 to locally build a modified version of the 5.45 mm AK-74M. Compared with the earlier Khazri, the EM-14 is equipped with a longer forearm with a MIL-STD-1913 Picatinny rail and an M4-type telescopic buttstock. Most significantly though, the new rifle is chambered in the NATO 5.56x45 mm cartridge rather than the Russian 5.45x39 mm cartridge.

    Serial production of the EM-14 is planned to start in 2016. While now the rifle has been designed for export, MODAR representatives confirmed to IHS Jane's that the Azerbaijani armed forces are planning to switch to NATO standard calibres in the future.

    Azerbaijan has also tested and manufactured a new line of translucent polymer 30-round magazines for the AK-74 and AK/AKM to assure Azerbaijani self-reliance in this field.

    Since MODAR was founded the organisation has focused on sniper rifles. The first weapon designed in Azerbaijan was the semi-automatic Istigal anti-materiel rifle chambered in 14.5x114 mm. This has now been followed by modernised Istigal-T variant, making its debut at IDEF with a reduced weight of 28 kg. Serial production of a 12.7x108 mm version of Istigal, known as Mubariz, is expected to begin serial production at the turn of 2015/16.

    A new 7.62x54R mm semi-automatic sniper rifle called Yirtiji was also shown for the first time at IDEF. The rifle, intended to replace the Russian SVD rifle, is currently undergoing military trials. The weapon features a 620 mm barrel, weighs 6 kg, and is fed from a 10-round Dragunov steel magazine. The Yirtiji rifle features a M16-style bolt catch lever and is ambidextrous. Safety switches are located on both sides of receiver, while the shooter can switch the position of the charging handle from left to right.

    Company officials state that the Azerbaijani defence industry has already manufactured 100 Yalguzag bolt-action sniper rifles for its armed forces. The Yalguzag is chambered in the 7.62x51 mm NATO calibre, not the Russian 7.62x54R mm widely used in Azerbaijan before. Officials added that the Turkish General Directorate of Security (EGM) has ordered 350 Azerbaijan made RPG-7V2 'Gaya' rocket-propelled grenade launchers. A contract was signed with Iraq for 500 RPG-7s and 500 grenade launchers.

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    Re: Azerbaijan interested in Ka-52 and more

    Quote Originally Posted by Yagibasan View Post
    Such as?

    You are "yet to see a single order"? Since you were commenting to the article posted by Hariz, let's see what Azerbaijan has ordered from Russia in recent years:

    2 battalions of S-300PMU2
    24 Mi-35M, + a large amount of Mi-17
    100 T-90S, with an option for 100 more
    100 BMP-3
    BTR-82A, unknown quantity
    18 TOS-1A
    18 2S31 Vena
    18 Smerch
    18 Msta-S

    For artillery systems there are options for more as well like the T-90, so the numbers may increase.

    + other orders, such as large number of 2S12A Sani, Igla-S, Kornet-E etc...

    Also recently it was revealed that Azerbaijan has ordered Berezhok combat module with Kornet-E missiles for upgrade of its BMP-1 and BMP-2s.

    Total amount of Azerbaijani-Russian arms contracts since 2010 are $4-5 billion.
    So,what does this mean,that you are dependent on Russia for military equipment which Armenia gets for free from the Russians?
    Develope your own or buy from different suppliers,not just Russian.

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    Re: Azerbaijan interested in Ka-52 and more

    Quote Originally Posted by T-123456 View Post
    So,what does this mean,that you are dependent on Russia for military equipment which Armenia gets for free from the Russians?
    Develope your own or buy from different suppliers,not just Russian.
    [MENTION=4322]T-123456[/MENTION] why do Russians give free equipment to Armenia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fassi View Post
    [MENTION=4322]T-123456[/MENTION] why do Russians give free equipment to Armenia?
    They are ''allied'',Russia has troops and weapons there defending Armenia's border against Turkiye(and Azerbaijan).
    There is a military budget for Armenia every year.
    See Armenia as Russian enclave,without Russia's support Azerbaijan would have crushed Armenia ten times by now.
    [MENTION=7521]rmi5[/MENTION] can explain.
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    [MENTION=4047]Fassi[/MENTION] [MENTION=4322]T-123456[/MENTION]
    Iranians have a good anecdote which I repeat it here, "No cat captures mouses for the sake of god!!!"
    Armenia is paying a huge cost to Russia. You wonder how? What if I tell you that even the company which operates swage system of Yerevan(let alone factories, financial institutes, ...) is Russian, and all of these Russian companies have privileges in paying taxes, ... In addition to this, except for the soldier's payments, almost all of their defense budget goes directly to Russian's pocket, and their soldiers can be sent to wherever Russians want, like Abkhazia conflict. So, it's not like that Armenia does not pay any money, rather they cannot be more exploited.
    About the military budget for Armenia, it's more for the Russian military base in Armenia than paying it to Armenians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmi5 View Post
    [MENTION=4047]Fassi[/MENTION] [MENTION=4322]T-123456[/MENTION]
    Iranians have a good anecdote which I repeat it here, "No cat captures mouses for the sake of god!!!"
    Armenia is paying a huge cost to Russia. You wonder how? What if I tell you that even the company which operates swage system of Yerevan(let alone factories, financial institutes, ...) is Russian, and all of these Russian companies have privileges in paying taxes, ... In addition to this, except for the soldier's payments, almost all of their defense budget goes directly to Russian's pocket, and their soldiers can be sent to wherever Russians want, like Abkhazia conflict. So, it's not like that Armenia does not pay any money, rather they cannot be more exploited.
    About the military budget for Armenia, it's more for the Russian military base in Armenia than paying it to Armenians.
    They pay the Russians,with what?
    Arent they broke?
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    Re: Azerbaijan interested in Ka-52 and more

    Quote Originally Posted by T-123456 View Post
    So,what does this mean,that you are dependent on Russia for military equipment which Armenia gets for free from the Russians?
    Develope your own or buy from different suppliers,not just Russian.
    The Russian equipments that we have, are more advanced than Armenians, and Russians are not famous for being too generous for their allies, although we are not an arch-enemy country for Russians either.
    As I said before, we have military imports from many countries including Russia, Israel, Turkey, South Africa, and recently Pakistan. The amount of military trades between us and Russia seems higher, because of the T-90, and S-300 contracts, otherwise, if Merkava was selected a few years back, then Israel would have had the lead in exporters to Azerbaijan. Technology wise, Israel has the lead role though, and they have provided us Green Pine radars, production lines for UAVs, and also they have done upgrades on our Russian tanks(Aslan standard) which is the best upgrade of T-72 tanks in the world. Turkey and South Africa have been active in providing equipments for our ground forces, such as cobras, and matadors, ... and Pakistanis are selling long range missiles and their technologies to us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-123456 View Post
    They pay the Russians,with what?
    Arent they broke?
    Russians still exploit them no matter if they are broke or not! They still have some copper mines, ... left and Russia will make sure to exploit them to the last gram. Also, when you are paying low salaries, and can evade paying a lot of taxes; then you are going to enjoy free labor. In fact, Armenians are paying back by free labor and their remaining resources, and the cash that Armenians living in west send them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmi5 View Post
    Russians still exploit them no matter if they are broke or not! They still have some copper mines, ... left and Russia will make sure to exploit them to the last gram. Also, when you are paying low salaries, and can evade paying a lot of taxes; then you are going to enjoy free labor. In fact, Armenians are paying back by free labor and their remaining resources, and the cash that Armenians living in west send them.
    In this life there is no free lunches you pay one way or another
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