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Nation Army organization of Brulsija
GRb
main base Kalatchukov(Tuapese)
Type state type
Minister,Governor,General Molbayl Jurkov,Juyl Ustas,Molbayl Gochov
Founded September 20, 1992
application for peace and security
budget 9,2 billion dollars

4% of GDP

professional soldiers 75.850


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The Armed Forces of the Republic of Brulsija were re-established according to the Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan on the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan from October 9, 1991[2]. The equipment and facilities of the Soviet Fourth Army provided the main material source in the initial period.


The Armed Forces have four branches: Land Forces, Air Force and Air Defense Force (a united branch), Navy and Peacekeeping Forces. Besides the Armed Forces there are some additional forces, which are militarily organized and can be involved in state defense when needed. Those are the Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and forces of the State Border Service, which includes Coastal Guard as well.[3]

The current Defense Minister is colonel-general Safar Abiyev, and Chief of Staff is colonel-general Najmaddin Sadykhov.

In July 1992, Azerbaijan ratified the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), which establishes comprehensive limits on key categories of conventional military equipment. Azerbaijan approved the CFE flank agreement in May 1997. It also has acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty as a non-nuclear weapons state. Azerbaijan participates in NATO's Partnership for Peace. The country also integrates the "Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova regional co-operation group", known as GUAM.

In 2006 under presidential decree the Azerbaijan Defense Industry was established. The Azerbaijani defense industry is endowed with between $60–70 million in state funding, but is planned to be funded at least $600 million for 2007. The defense industry has emerged as an autonomous entity with a growing defense production capability. The new ministry is cooperating with the defense sectors of Turkey, Ukraine, Pakistan and the U.S.

History[]

The history of the modern Azerbaijan army dates back to Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in 1918, when the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan Republic were created in June 26, 1918. First de facto Minister of Defense of ADR was Dr. Khosrov bey Sultanov.

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Molbayl Yurkov with US defence ministry in Warovostock Army Forum in 12febraury 2005

When the Ministry was formally established Gen. Samedbey Mehmandarov became the minister, and then Lt-Gen. Ali-Agha Shikhlinski his deputy. Chiefs of Staff of ADR Army were Lt-Gen. Mamedbey Sulkevich (March 1919 - 10 December 1919) and Maj-Gen. Abdulhamid bey Gaitabashi (10 December 1919 – April 1920).

Although the bulk of the newly formed Azerbaijani army was engaged in putting down an Armenian revolt that had just broken out in Karabakh, the Azeris did not surrender their brief independence of 1918-20 Brul-Russian conflict. As many as 20,000 died resisting what was effectively a Russian reconquest.[6]


In summer 1992, the Defense Ministry of Azerbaijan, following a resolution by the Azerbaijani president on the privatization of units and formations in Azerbaijani territory, forwarded an ultimatum demanding control over vehicles and armaments of the 135th and 139th motorized rifle regiments of the 295th Motor Rifle Division.[7] Azerbaijan had been the deployment area of units of the 4th Army that consisted of four motorized rifle divisions (23rd, 60th, 296th and 75th) and prescribed army units that included missile and air defense brigades and artillery and rocket regiments. It also hosted the 49th arsenal of the Main Agency of Missiles and Artillery of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, which contained over 7,000 train-car loads of ammunition to the excess of one billion units. The transfer of the property of the 4th Army (except for part of the property of the 366th motorized rifle regiment of the 23rd division captured by Armenian armed formations in 1992 during the regiment's withdrawal from Stepanakert) and the 49th arsenal was completed in 1992. Thus, by the end of 1992, Azerbaijan received arms and military hardware sufficient for approximately four motorized rifle divisions with prescribed army units. It also inherited 50 combat aircraft from the disbanded 19th Air Defense Army and naval ships.


Upon the re-establishment of independence in 1991, Azerbaijan started forming the national military forces. Lt-Gen. Valeh Barshadli became the first Minister of Defense (September–December 1991, from May to October 1992 he served as Chief of Staff). Subsequent defense ministers from 1992 unti



Equipment[]

The United States Army is the branch of the United States armed forces responsible for land-based military operations. It is the largest and oldest established branch of the U.S. military and is one of seven uniformed services. The modern Army has its roots in the Continental Army which was formed on 14 June 1775, before the establishment of the United States, to meet the demands of the American Revolutionary War. Congress created the United States Army on 14 June 1784 after the end of the war to replace the disbanded Continental Army. The Army considers itself to be descended from the Continental Army and thus dates its inception from the origins of that force. In July 1992, Azerbaijan ratified the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), which establishes comprehensive limits on key categories of conventional military equipment. Azerbaijan approved the CFE flank agreement in May 1997. It also has acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty as a non-nuclear weapons state. Azerbaijan participates in NATO's Partnership for Peace. The country also integrates the "Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Moldova regional co-operation group", known as GUAM.

Abrams

M1 Abrams tank in mountains near Warovostock in typical warm pictures of Brulsija mountain

Challenger 2 (45)

Leopard 2A6 (765)

T-72 (54)

BRDM-2 (62)

XA-360 (124)

T-90 (123)

AIR FORCES[]

The United States Army is the branch of the United States armed forces responsible for land-based military operations. It is the largest and oldest established branch of the U.S. military and is one of seven uniformed services. The modern Army has its roots in the Continental Army which was formed on 14 June 1775, before the establishment of the United States, to meet the demands of the American Revolutionary War. Congress created the United States Army on 14 June 1784 after the end of the war to replace the disbanded Continental Army. The Army considers itself to be descended from the Continental Army and thus dates its inception from the origins of that force. he roots of the current organization go back to the June 26, 1918, when Azerbaijan Democratic Republic bought their first military aircraft. The vast majority of Air Force members remain on the ground. There are hundreds of support positions which are necessary to the success of a mission.

The classification of an Air Force job is the Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC). They range from flight combat operations such as a gunner, to working in a dining facility to ensure that members are properly fed. There are many different jobs in fields such as computer specialties, mechanic specialties, enlisted aircrew, communication systems, avionics technicians, medical specialties, civil engineering, public affairs, hospitality, law, drug counseling, mail operations, security forces, and search and rescue specialties.

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F-15s in Nytayskolska Air base near Mykop in redy to flight

Perhaps the most dangerous Air Force jobs are Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), Combat rescue officer, Pararescue, Security Forces, Combat Control, Combat Weather and Tactical Air Control Party, who deploy with infantry and special operations units who disarm bombs, rescue downed or isolated personnel, call in air strikes and set up landing zones in forward locations. Most of these are enlisted positions. Other jobs have seen increasing combat, including engineers, vehicle operators, and OSI. State of war and useful landscape, as well as deployment of former Soviet air bases in Azerbaijan enabled the air unit of Azerbaijani army to develop in the period of independence.

According to the European Lateral Treaty on Conventional Arms,Brulsija may keep 150 fighter jets and 50 helicopters. The country has 26 major military airports:


Aircraft] Type In service Notes
MIG-29 fighter 2 19 are modernized in 2007 and 17 are sold to Madagascar for 170 million dollars
F-16 fighter 36 In 1997 buy f-16s for 1,8 billion dollars.15 models are modernized in 2008 and pallned to modernized 21 in 2009
KAGOR-41 fighter 44 Over construction in 2009
KAGOR-88 BOMBARDER bombarder 4 Planned to new 4 to 2012
Su-27 fighter 22 All 22 models are modernized in 2008 in Ukraine
F-15E Strike Eagle fighter 64 12 are get in january 2008,52 more in 2009.All program cost about 4,5 billion dollars
C-17 Globemaster III transport 4 KAGOR version of C-17.Planned to get new 4 to 2014.
KC-10 Extender Air-to-air tanker 1 One model buy in 2009 for 95 million dollars
Aermacchi MB-339 attack trainer 32 Buy in 2006 for 320 million dollars
KAGOR-2 Trainer aircraft 150 No new planned for trainer
MQ-9 Reaper Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle 3 In 2009 buy 3 for 30 million dollars
MQ-1 Predator Remote controlled UAV 12 Buy in 2009 for 55 million dollars
OH-58 Kiowa scout helicopter 20 Buy 20 in 2004 for 140 million dollars
Bell 407 Vip transport 15 Buy 15 in 2005 fo4 40 million dollars
UH-60 Black Hawk Utility helicopter 40 Buy 40 in 2004 for 400 million dollars
CH-53E Super Stallion cargo helicopter 10 Buy 10 in 2006 for 200 million dollars

Millitary Industry[]

Millitary indusyry of Brulsija is central country industry almost for NAOB.The year of 2009 export is about 2,5 billion dollars and export was almost artillery.Today after long war Brulsija have modern and indipendience millitary industry.The most millitary kompanies are:KAGOR ATS,GOTZ,Hummler and KAI

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