|05/20/2016 22:20||Russia to restore missile warning system in Crimea ( Russia Beyond the Headlines )|
âThe base not only has anti-missile systems but also cruise missiles that can be used against Russia. Moscow must react to such things," he said.
|05/18/2016 13:55||Russia to counter NATO expansion with new radar station in Crimea - source (Prensa Latina)|
Russia Studies Reactivating Electronic Surveillance Site in Crimea - Prensa Latina
|05/17/2016 14:05||The Sky's No Limit: Russia to Restore Early Warning Radar Station in Crimea ( Sputnik International )|
Russia will modernize an early warning radar station located near ... to increase the effectiveness of the Russian radar station in the city of Armavir, ...
|11/28/2015 00:45||Two Russian soldiers 'accidentally' cross into Ukraine, get detained ( Ukraine Today )|
Two Russian soldiers 'accidentally' cross into Ukraine, get detained ... troops of the Russian Interior Ministry, who were allegedly travelling to Armavir ...
|09/18/2015 18:05||Electronic Weapons: Russian Defenses Against the NATO Nuclear Threat ( Strategy Page )|
Russia refused to pay and will shut down the Azerbaijan radar and ... Another is on the east coast of the Black Sea (Armavir), while the third is at the ...
|08/18/2015 03:25||Two Armenian citizens killed in traffic accident in southern Russia (Panorama.am)|
Two dead, 13 injured after bus traveling from Yerevan to Anapa crashes into tree - Panorama.am
|07/11/2015 10:00||Fork your eyes only: Russian farmworker rams a pitchfork through his eye socket into his brain ... (Daily Star)|
GRAPHIC CONTENT: Farmer narrowly escapes death after pitchfork... - Daily Star - Daily Star
|10/31/2014 17:26||Russia Tightens Radio Electronic Surveillance from Crimea (Prensa Latina)|
Alexander Golovko, head of the Aerospace Defense Forces of Russia ... third-generation radar of the Voronezh type at Armavir, in southern Russia.
|10/31/2014 17:16||Russia to redeploy early warning radar in Crimea (RT)|
... the deal, which cost some $1.3 million annually, because its coverage could be substituted by a new Voronezh radar station in Russia's Armavir.