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Thread: Georgian Army, Navy and Air Force

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    I think I know everything, but I don't lightfire's Avatar
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    This thread has degenerated from reposted pictures to reposted retarded flames, piss/***** envy contests. Well done both sides....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Woland View Post
    He-he.
    Who is the first largest, boy ?
    It is the "Factory-31". One of the largest in the sovjet union. It has been reactivated in 2003. It did produce, aircraft parts, weapons and tank parts from 1940-1980. It is a giant monster which destroys the atmosphere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suhoij View Post
    And Su25 F-15E M1A2 Space Shuttle ehm something forget

    http://www.tam.ge/

    http://www.globalsecurity.org/milita...russia/tam.htm

    http://www.globalsecurity.org/milita...am-history.htm

    People just do not read ! Actually, TAM produced parts for russian sateliitles and shuttles. Just visit the links.

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    Last I checked, TAM doesn't make tanks, which was the claim you were being asked about.

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    TAM made enough for Russia to be at least recognized by Russia
    Last edited by GeneralL; 09-23-2009 at 05:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo1 View Post
    Last I checked, TAM doesn't make tanks, which was the claim you were being asked about.
    Uhh, sorry. I didn't mean that TAM produces tanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karaahmetoglu ლორთქიფანიძე View Post
    Georgia military budget which stands at:

    $2.4billion. 17.2% of the GDP of the country (one of the highest in the world).

    Which is the same as Azerbaijan a Caucasian neighbor whom operates, a considerable amount of Mig 29's, Mig 25's, and Su 23's.
    I think you mean Su-25s. And those are hand-me downs from the Soviet legacy, not aircraft they've bought new.

    I do know they produce an engine that goes into there Su 27's, and J-10 to replace the Russian powerplant. the Shenyang WS-10. Whether or not China wants to support Georgia I do not know, proxies are always an option.
    Highly doubtful.

    Man to man Napoleans enemies where better equipped. Something I read in a book, long time ago.
    A musket is a musket. There was no military technological overmatch in those days.

    The one in the middle is Persian, hardly wicker sticks and cloth armor.
    That picture from who-knows-where is hardly representative of your typical Persian infantry. That their shields were mainly wicker is a historical fact.

    Add the the fact that their are advantages and disadvantages to the Greek bronze armor as well (weight mainly).
    Luckily said disadvantage didn't help the Persians any, which was the point.

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    Gentleman, lets leave this as a pictures and videos forum before it gets locked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneralL View Post
    It is the "Factory-31". One of the largest in the sovjet union. It has been reactivated in 2003. It did produce, aircraft parts, weapons and tank parts from 1940-1980. It is a giant monster which destroys the atmosphere
    WOW !
    Nice drugs,boy.
    Or you was born suchlike ?

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    Fresh from Iraq and ready to retreat








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    Quote Originally Posted by coltfan111 View Post
    Gentleman, lets leave this as a pictures and videos forum before it gets locked.
    Quite right, apologies. Let's get on with the pictures and leave the rest for General Discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneralL View Post
    Fresh from Iraq and ready to retreat







    what building is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilimunati1 View Post
    what building is this?
    It is the entrance of the georgian Presidential Palace



    front entrance:



    http://www.daylife.com/photo/09YDgtWdsiegd

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    My heart stood still when I read this .....

    http://www.kp.ru/daily/24187.5/397319/

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeneralL View Post
    My heart stood still when I read this .....

    http://www.kp.ru/daily/24187.5/397319/
    Is there any truth in this at all? Or total BS?

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