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Posted 21 October 2013 - 09:37 AM

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The United States has used a ballistic mask for some for its troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and now Taiwan endorsed those special uniforms for their army. Armenia did not lag behind and some of the Armenian Special Forces of Artsakh received updated bulletproof armor that includes a ballistic face mask that serves to protect operators from lethal head shots and to reduce fighting effectiveness of opposing forces, seemingly by causing them to immediately curl into the fetal position and cry for their mothers.  Armenians since ancient times were skilled in protecting their troops and Calvary by iron masks and helmets for protection against arrows and spears and for horrifying their enemies, so they have revived that ancient tradition. A handful of these modern Armenian special forces approaching, looking like phantoms from outer space, will send the enemy soldiers turn back and flee in terror, while an entire platoon marching in lockstep is so terrifying scene that the enemy nation would plead for mercy and surrender immediately.
The Artsakh military by issuing those new uniforms is introducing a horrifying army of computerized supersoldiers with added protection and considerable intimidation factor upon the enemy.

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 10:27 AM

meroncic shater@ chen ogtvi  iys  dimakits :)

 

ba  tsxaxot inchpes en tsxelu ??



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 10:58 AM

Super Armenian forces DO NOT SMOKE :tooth: They brush their teeth though when unmasked before going to to bed at night!

The problem is, in winter the iron would be freezing cold so they need some internal high-tech heating system, and in summer, yerp shok e enum, they need some kind of internal high-tech air-conditioning. But since in Ancient times Armenian fighters managed to survive with all their heavy armors, somehow they will be able to survive now also.



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:22 PM

took one  more  look at it, if  you hold it at an specific angle it could be  used as Xashi Pnak

 

yes this is by  farrr one of the most universal thinks  that can be used



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:23 PM

can also be used as an nutcracker



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:23 PM

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:23 PM

ashtray ???



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:31 PM

Or.......... You can use it to hit Sip's cheese head, see how quickly he'll remove his head from the sand. :lol2:



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:37 PM

Armenian nose factor.. 

 

i guess  each one is custom made for  our nose :ap: or  do you get an  plastic surgery before   getting your  mask ?

 

 

I do respect the masters  who made them..:)



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 12:41 PM

It's built in software adjusts it to every nose, but smoking hole costs extra! :)



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Posted 22 October 2013 - 03:46 PM

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This photo was made by two separate photos merging them together by Photoshop, so do not believe any photo you see. The first separate photo was of a whale with an open mouth and the second separate photo was of a man paddling in kayak.



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Posted 23 October 2013 - 01:25 PM

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In light of recent development in Armenia that is exporting robots now to some countries of Europe, a new brand of robots developed in Armenia will soon join the Armenian super iron-masked soldiers on the battlefield.

 

Two wheeled robots, similar to the one in those photos, has entered into mass-production phase in Armenia. It could be armed with lethal weapons, including a grenade launcher, an automatic weapon or anti-tank missiles, to support Armenia's super iron-masked special forces in battle.

 

Armenian military leaders attended a tech demonstration in a secret base in Armenia, where this robotic vehicle was exhibited and its battle capabilities demonstrated in the way those robots could support Armenia's iron-masked troops in combat. Armenian officers watched how a human controller commands a wheeled robot, from a position more than 150 meters away, open fire with a machine gun on the robot. It was shown also how the robot, which also uses thermal-imaging technology to spot concealed enemies, could protect those iron-masked soldiers from potentially dangerous assaults.
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Posted 28 October 2013 - 08:46 AM

Military officials in Armenia are saying that the use of Armenian wheeled robots in the army is about to revolutionize the way combats are fought by the Armenian army. They declared that robots will be used as decoys, stationed at the left of the enemy they will open fire at the command of a hand-held computer; the robots will engage enemy targets making the enemy respond by thinking the attacks are coming from the left while the real attack will be lunched from the right by real human soldiers.



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Posted 15 November 2013 - 02:07 PM

Following the lead of Armenia in the field of robotic to make her soldiers less vulnerable in the battlefield with more reliance on robotic technology and machinery, Russia openly announces

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Russian Deputy Premier Promotes ‘Invulnerable’ Soldier Concept

NOVOSIBIRSK, November 15, 2013 (RIA Novosti) – The Russian defense industry should focus on the development of advanced technologies that would allow soldiers to become virtually invulnerable on the battlefield, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Friday.

“Our soldier must be able to hit targets without being hit by enemy fire. That’s what we are working on now,” Rogozin said at the Technoprom high-tech industry expo in Siberia.

Rogozin said a new state arms procurement program for 2016-2025 will take into account new challenges and threats that could undermine Russia’s national security in the future.

He reiterated that the Russian military should become a compact, rapid-reaction force equipped with robotic weaponry and automated combat management systems with highly secure and fast communication links.

According to Rogozin, robotic technologies should be present in the development of all types of military hardware for use on the ground, in the air, and underwater.

Russia is currently implementing an ambitious rearmament program through 2020, with a budget of some 20 trillion rubles ($640 billion).
The program will see the share of modern weaponry in Russia’s armed forces reach 30 percent by 2015 and 70 percent by 2020.

 



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Posted 13 February 2014 - 06:43 PM

Real-life Iron Man armor to be ready by June
Published time: February 12, 2014
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In an attempt by fact to imitate fiction, the US military’s “Iron Man” armor will take an important step towards reality in June, when multiple prototypes will be revealed and tested.

According to a report by Defense Tech, Navy Admiral William McRaven said three prototypes of the T.A.L.O.S – Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit – are currently being put together in the hopes that they’ll be ready for testing this summer.

If everything goes according to schedule, McRaven said the T.A.L.O.S could become operational by 2018.

“That suit, if done correctly, will yield a revolutionary improvement in survivability and capability for special operators,” McRaven said Tuesday at a military conference in Washington, DC.

Although the prototypes scheduled for June will be unpowered, the military’s wish list of TALOS features is ambitious to say the least. As RT reported last year, the suit is being designed primarily with defense in mind and will likely include liquid armor, a synthetic substance being developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This material has the capability to shift from a liquid state to a solid within milliseconds, making the suit’s wearer essentially impervious to gunfire.

 Should an operator suffer an injury anyway, the suit will be capable of monitoring the individual’s health vitals and other information using a built-in system that rests against the skin and provides its own supply of heat, air, and oxygen. There are additional plans to incorporate a “wound stasis” program that could stop bleeding by spraying some kind of medical foam onto an injury.

In addition to boasting new technology that would enhance the operator’s awareness on the battlefield, TALOS could also be equipped with offensive capabilities, such as the “full-body ballistic projections” noted by the military last year.

According to Defense Tech, these Iron Man suits are currently being developed by a wide range of organizations: about 56 different corporations, 16 government agencies, 13 universities, and 10 national laboratories.

 If successful, McRaven believes TALOS could potentially give the United States a “huge comparative advantage over our enemies and give our warriors the protection they need.”

This isn’t the only futuristic suit being developed by defense companies, though. Lockheed Martin has also been hard at work on an exoskeleton dubbed HULC (Human Universal Load Carrier), which grants increased mobility and the ability to transfer up to 200 pounds of weight off the user’s body.






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