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Armenian Troops Hold Position Under Artillery Hellstorm

Published Dec. 31, 2021

Footage from the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War captures Armenian Troops holding their position underneath of an intense Hellstorm of Azerbaijani artillery fire.


Having participated in the very single-sided Global War on Terror, it's easy to forget how deadly artillery fire can be. For the most part, a lot of us have only ever encountered out-going artillery. Sure, we've had to deal with mortars and indirect fire from rockets, but getting hit with actual artillery fire was incredibly rare for people who served in both OIF and OEF. Seeing it from this perspective is a bit eye opening, and makes me feel very fortunate to have never been on the receiving end of it.


There's not much any of the Armenian troops in this video can do other than hold their position, hug the dirt, and hope like hell that they aren't torn in half by a massive piece of shrapnel. Late in the video, you can even see one of the Armenian Main Battle Tanks retreating from the position entirely in an attempt to keep their vehicle in one piece to continue the fight after the artillery fire has stopped. With artillery this size, there isn't much that's going to be left standing above ground once the bombardment is over.


josh brooks

Published Dec. 31, 2021

Footage from the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War captures Armenian Troops holding their position underneath of an intense Hellstorm of Azerbaijani artillery fire.


Having participated in the very single-sided Global War on Terror, it's easy to forget how deadly artillery fire can be. For the most part, a lot of us have only ever encountered out-going artillery. Sure, we've had to deal with mortars and indirect fire from rockets, but getting hit with actual artillery fire was incredibly rare for people who served in both OIF and OEF. Seeing it from this perspective is a bit eye opening, and makes me feel very fortunate to have never been on the receiving end of it.


There's not much any of the Armenian troops in this video can do other than hold their position, hug the dirt, and hope like hell that they aren't torn in half by a massive piece of shrapnel. Late in the video, you can even see one of the Armenian Main Battle Tanks retreating from the position entirely in an attempt to keep their vehicle in one piece to continue the fight after the artillery fire has stopped. With artillery this size, there isn't much that's going to be left standing above ground once the bombardment is over.


josh brooks

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