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AN UNFINISHED WAR...

Seyran Margaryan studies at the Armenian National University of Architecture and Construction. He is a participant of the April war. Every Armenian generation has its share of war, its share of struggle. Seyran’s grandfather, Seyran Margaryan Senior, took part in the border battles of Noyemberyan, Ijevan and Sisian as a member of the Yerkrapah volunteer […]

I WILL NEVE FORGIVE

Grandma Yepraksia turned 111 a few days ago. She is in a flowery, shiny headscarf, and in a beautiful dress. She is leaning her head on her grandson Arthur’s shoulder and looks at my face with a smirk. Though she looks younger, I still ask.

ENDURANCE

On April 7 of this year, I came across a post in the Facebook about the parents of my colleague, Zinuzh TV program journalist Arman BAyramyan.

PREVENTIVE MEASURES PROVE EFFECTIVE

“Colonel, how is the spread of the new coronavirus prevented in your military unit, what additional sanitary and hygienic measures are being taken?”

MORE THAN LIFE

Lt Col Rudik Hakobyan inherited his love and devotion to the uniform from his father, Edik Hakobyan, a senior lieutenant of the reserve, who served in the system with impeccable devotion for many years, and fought in the suicide squad during the Artsakh liberation war.

THE CORONAVIRUS WILL SURRENDER FIRST

For a moment I forget that I have to see a military doctor. Someone, who served in the border military units, was attacked by saboteurs and rescued soldiers wounded by a sniper’s bullet from the clutches of death.

SOLDIERS IN FIRING RANGE

The training day started in the border military unit in the early morning. It is a shooting drill. The conscripts, under the command of their commanders, spare no effort to refine and improve their firing, strive to hit all targets, and surpass their own results.