Iranske oru??ane snage
Posted 21 June 2013 - 09:24 AM
Navedene snage bez policije uklju?uju 945,000 aktivnih pripadnika. Sve grane oru??anih snaga spadaju pod zapovjedni??tvo Vrhovnog sto??era oru??anih snaga . Ministarstvo obrane i logistike je zadu??eno za planiranje logistike i financiranje oru??anih snaga i nije uklju?eno u izvr??no vojno zapovjedni??tvo.
Reegularna vojska Arte?? se sastoji od kopneni snaga IRIA ,vazduhoplovstva IRIAF,protiv vazdu??ne odbrane IRIAD i mornarice IRINAVY.
Ono ??to ?esto ve?inu buni i dovodi do neta?ni podataka je ?injenica da revulcionarna garda ima u svom sastavu ima bran??i i to svoju mornaricu IRCGNAVY ,vazuhoplovstvo IRCGAF,kopnene snage IRGC ,specijalne snage QUDS te dobrovolja?ku formaciju BASIJ koja ima 125 000 stalni profi vojnika + 125 000 stalno aktivni po principu rotacije dakle 300 000 stalni pripadnika i preko 12 miliona ?lanova u rezervi,4 puta godi??nje Basij odr??ava masovne vojne manevre.
Iran spada medju naja?e armije svjeta i poslje bolnog iskustva iz vremena rata s Irakom kada su prakti?no ratovali s 46 zemalja svjeta u uslovima potpuni sankcija gdje su bukvalno komletne oru??ane snage koje su bile nauru??ane najboljim USA naoru??anjem ostale bez logistik.
Nakon tog iskustva krenuli u op??tu samodostanost u svim oblastima tj. te??e ka tome da ovisnost o uvozu svedu na minimum,pa tako danas proizvode bukvalno sve od igle narodski re?eno do lokomotive.
Nastavit ??e se..
Iran's Six Major Defense Achievements
Iran successfully test-fires Ra'd anti-aircraft system - Ir?? testa novo sistema antia??reo Ra'd
Iran's new air defense system enters service
Posted 29 June 2013 - 01:33 AM
Iranian Built Tanks (Tank Sakhte Iran)
Britanski chiftain poslije modernizacije dobio je naziv Mobarez,a dobio je ;poja??an oklop oko osjetljivih djelova + ERA ,ve??i rezervoar za gorivo,novi ja?i motor , novi top 120mm, anti shock za??tita za elektroniku, novi prenos , no??ni i laserski sistem, lasersko mjerenje udaljenosti mete, infra red tra??enje meta, mogu??nost okreta (prije nije mogao) za 360 stepeni iz mjesta , novi generator el.energije,tako da poslije njihove modernizacije to skoro da je skroz drugi proizvod.Motor koji iranci proizvode i ubacuju chieftain je AVDS-1790 sa 1000hp i to je razlika u odnosu na izvorni AVDS-1790 koji ima 750 hp.
Dalje program modernizacije za M60A1/x nazvan je ???Samsam??? i podrazumjeva dodavanje Kontakt- ERA ,EFCS-3 SUP koji se proizvodi u iranu bez licence(ne??to je izmjenjen u odnosu na FOTONA EFCS-3) ,laserski sistem , zamjenjen je m-24 ir -periskop sa ???Shabaviz-1/2??? night-drive sistem,Top se isto ubacuje novi kalibra 105mm.Nije poznato koliko je do sad tenkova pre??lo na ovaj standard.
T-72z,T-72Z ili safir 74(Nije gre??ka postoji z i Z,ovaj drugi se jo?? naziva Safir 74 ) je preogram modernizacije t-55/54 i type 59 tenkova i podrazumjeva;
Top od 105 i 100mm se mjenja i ubacuje se 105mm ameri?ki m68,koji se proizvodi u iranu,top ima dug operativni vjek trajanja i mogu??nost lansiranja ATGMs do 4000m kompatibilan je sa NATO municijom ,tenkovi dobijaju novi SUP, motor ,prenos ,laserski sistem, kontakt ERA,
Takodje modernizacija je uradjena i za M-48A1 , M-48A3, M-48A5 , M-47 ,ove godine su po?eli proizvoditi i nove oja?ane kupole za njih.
Ovdje se radi vi??e o ponovnoj proizvodnji tenkova nego o modernizaciji jer svi tenkovi dobijaju nove moderne prenose,mnogo ja?e motore,napredne sisteme zs upravljanje vatrom,ERA..itd.
T-72B se proizvodi u iranu sa odredjenim modifikacijama i unapredjenjima;
iranian T-72S and new APC.flv
IRGC "Shohadaye-e-Vahdat" maneuver last day
Iran Aerospace research and industries (part 4-2) Armored ground Vehicles
Posted 29 June 2013 - 11:16 AM
Napomena da neki proizvodi nisu proizvedeni nego modernizovani /remontovani ili prije nisu bili operativni ,pa su sada uz proizvodjnu rez.djelova,ponovo vra??eni i upotrebu.
Iranian defence industry 2
Iranian Naval Industry
nahang doma??a podmornica
Inside an Iranian submarine part 2
Inside an Iranian submarine part 2
Moderni Iran koji nam zapad ne??e nikada predstaviti ;
The Real Iran (NOT SEEN IN US MEDIA)
Iran's current Social life
Posted 30 June 2013 - 08:23 PM
Posted 30 June 2013 - 11:23 PM
rocket motor that could be used for a future intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM),
according to U.S. officials.
Disclosure of the recent rocket engine test comes as Congress is prodding the Obama
administration to deploy a third ground-based missile defense interceptor base on
the U.S. East Coast.
???This engine could be used for an ICBM, said one official familiar with the intelligence
reports of the test.
No other details were available. A Defense Intelligence Agency spokesman declined to
comment on the test.
However, the Pentagon and civilian U.S. intelligence agencies have been closely tracking
the Iranian missile program and are concerned with Tehran???s drive for a missile capable
of reaching the United States.
The Pentagon???s annual report to Congress on the Iranian military said the Iranians are
continuing to build missiles that can reach Israel and Eastern Europe.
???Iran may be technically capable of flight testing an intercontinental ballistic missile
by 2015, the report said.
It also stated that Iran???s development of space launchers would assist in building ICBMs.
???Since 2008, Iran has launched multistage space launch vehicles that could serve as a
test bed for developing long-range ballistic missile technologies, the report said.
A recent International Atomic Energy Agency report on Iran???s nuclear programs said the
agency has questions about Iran???s work on a nuclear payload for a missile.
The House version of the fiscal 2014 defense authorization bill provides funding for
development of an East Coast missile defense site to counter Iranian long-range missiles.
The East Coast site, possibly to be built at military bases in New York or New England,
would complement two current missile defense interceptor bases in the western
United States, at Fort Greely, Alaska, and Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.
Locations mentioned for the site include the Army???s Fort Drum, New York, base, the
former Griffiss Air Force Base in Rome, New York, and a site in Caribou, Maine.
The Pentagon???s budget request contained no funds for the East Coast site, as the
Pentagon is opposing the facility.
???The committee believes such a site is critical to the defense of the United States,
the House report on the defense bill stated. ???The committee is concerned that funding
for the [East Coast interceptor site] process to implement section 227 is not included
in the budget request, and notes that the Missile Defense Agency intends to treat it
as an unfunded requirement.
The House bill would provide $210.6 million for the missile defense site.
Pentagon officials have told Congress there is ???no validated military requirement to
deploy an East Coast missile defense site.
However, the Pentagon recently canceled its planned Phase 4 of European-based
missile defenses that included a SM-3 interceptor variant capable of hitting Iranian
missiles fired at the United States. The plan was canceled amid pressure from Moscow
to restrict U.S. missile defenses in Europe.
A group of Republican House members, led by Rep. Howard ???Buck??? McKeon (R., Calif.),
wrote to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel in March that the cancelation of a
European-based missile defense interceptor ???creates a large capability gap to defend
the United States from Iran.
The lawmakers said ???it appears Iran could flight test an ICBM this year.
???Yet, with the cancelation of the SM-3IIB missile, even with the deployment of 44
[ground based interceptors] in Alaska and California there is a large gap in the
missile defense of the United States against the Iranian threat, the 19 House
Michael Elleman, a former U.N. weapons inspector and author of the book
Iran???s Ballistic Missile Capabilities, stated in a recent article that the
Iranian space program is critical in building powerful booster rockets and other
skills that could be used in developing longer range missiles, including ICBMs.
The main space launcher is the Safir that in 2009 launched an Iranian satellite
into space. ???It demonstrated a new sophistication in multistage separation and
propulsion systems, Elleman stated in an article published by the U.S. Institute
Another space launcher is called Simorgh and it was displayed for the first time
The Simorgh uses four short-range missile engines that are clustered to create
a booster stage.
Classified U.S. assessments of Iran???s missile program were disclosed by Wikileaks,
which posted several State Department cables prepared for the international
forum on the Missile Technology Control Regime, an export control group that
seeks to prevent missile proliferation to rogue states.
A Sept. 23, 2009, cable said ???Iran has established an SLV [space launch vehicle]
program that complements and advances its missile development, the cable,
labeled ???secret, stated.
???Although currently the Safir is restricted to very small payloads, Iran???s ability
to place a satellite into orbit has demonstrated several technical capabilities
applicable to longer-range ballistic missile systems, including staging, clustering
small engines, and using gimbaled engines for control of the Safir???s second stage,
the cable said. ???As such, Iran???s SLV program remains a key concern, as many
technologies required for this program will directly benefit Iran???s long-range
ballistic missile development efforts.
A National Research Council study made public last year on U.S. missile defense
efforts stated that an Iranian ICBM with a liquid fuel rocket motor launched from
central Iran to the U.S. East Coast would burn for about 250 seconds during its
initial ???boost-phase??? and a total flight time is about 40 minutes.
A solid-fuel Iranian ICBM launched from the same location would burn for 180
seconds during boost phase.
The report recommended building an additional missile defense interceptor site in
the continental United States to counter the missile threat likely to emerge from
North Korea or Iran over the next several decades.
A 2008 State Department cable said: ???Tehran could attempt to develop and test
much of this [long-range] missile technology under the guise of a space program.
A third cable said North Korea has provided assistance to Iran???s space launcher
program, a fact U.S. intelligence said ???suggests that North Korea and Iran may also be
cooperating on the development of long-range ballistic missiles.
Posted 05 July 2013 - 10:52 PM
Esmayeeli said on Wednesday that the Iranian Army is set to stage a massive military maneuver in the second half of the current Iranian year (started March 21).
He said that the Modafe'an-e Aseman-e Velayat 5 (Defenders of the Velayat Skies 5) drills will be held in the second half of this year.
???In this maneuver, the Haazem 3 drone will be unveiled. High capability in reconnaissance and aerial combat are among the features of this drone, Esmayeeli said.
In relevant remarks in June, Esmayeeli announced that Iran plans to display a new drone with features and capabilities similar, but more advanced than the home-made Sarir (Throne) drones in the near future.
"The new drone named 'Haazem 3' enjoys the capabilities of Sarir and will be unveiled on September 1 (on the occasion of the Air Defense Day)," Esmayeeli told FNA at the time.
He further elaborated on the features and capabilities of Sarir, and said the UAV is capable of flying from all sides of its nose, enabling it to make sudden left to right moves.
He added that the drone also has a high capability in identifying and imaging targets.
Esmayeeli pointed to the missile ammunition of Sarir, and said, "These missiles enable Sarir to confront and combat multiple targets, including invading UAVs."
In relevant remarks in April, Esmayeeli had informed the media that Sarir is a long-range, long-endurance radar evading air defense drone.
Posted 12 July 2013 - 09:29 AM
USS Vincennes Fires on Iran Air Flight 655
Iran Air Flight 655 took off from Bander Abbas Airport in southern Iran at 10:17 a.m., set for the 150-mile, 28-minute flight to Dubai, according to the Iran Chamber Society.
Previously stationed in the Persian Gulf during the Iran-Iraq war, the USS Vincennes was in the Straight of Hormuz, a body of water that the aircraft would have to pass over on its route. The USS Vincennes was sailing in Iranian waters, along with the USS Sides and USS Elmer Montgomery, and had just been in the midst of combat with Iranian vessels.
The inexperienced crewmembers believed the aircraft???s flight pattern and speed matched that of an Iranian fighter descending at high speed toward the ship. The Navy said it attempted to contact Iran Flight 655 numerous times on civilian radio frequencies, never receiving a response. The Vincennes fired, killing all 290 people on board the plane.
Citing recent attacks, the U.S. government made it clear that there was an eminent threat of attack on the U.S. Navy. According to the Navy, only after other alternatives were exhausted did the Vincennes crew justifiably act in self-defense to what it perceived to be a threat during a time of war.
According to a letter written to Congress by President Ronald Reagan on July 4, the Vincennes was ???firing in self-defense at what it believed to be a hostile Iranian military aircraft.
Background: Iran-Iraq War and the attack on the USS Stark
Sources in this Story
Iran Chamber Society: Shooting Down Iran Air Flight 655
BNET (US Department of State Bulletin): Iranian airbus tragedy
Encyclopedia Britannica: Iran-Iraq War
Time: Escort Service for the Gulf
NavyBook.com: No Higher Honor: USS Stark on fire
Time: Blaming Men, Not Machines
Newsweek: Sea Of Lies
The New York Times: The Roots and the Rudiments of Compensation to Foreigners
The New York Times: Failure and Danger in the Gulf
U.S. Navy: Fact File: Aegis System
The attack on Flight 655 occurred during the eight-year war between Iran and Iraq. The war broke out over both nations' claims to the oil-rich area along their shared border. The exact number of casualties is unclear but it is estimated that 1 to 2 million people died as a result of the conflict, according to Encyclopedia Britannica.
U.S. Navy vessels were stationed in international waters in the Persian Gulf in order to prevent Iran from destroying Kuwaiti and Saudi oil vessels. Iran had attacked dozens of these ships.
Approximately a year prior to the Vincennes incident, in 1987, a rogue Iraqi Mirage F-1 fighter launched two Exocet missiles at the USS Stark, killing more than 30 sailors. The attack was unprovoked and the Stark, not expecting it, did not take defensive measures. The Stark was struck by the first of two missiles as it attempted to contact the Iraqi fighter via radio to issue a warning.
Learn more about the history of U.S.-Iranian relations in findingDulcinea???s reviews of Iranian Revolutions and U.S. Presidents??? Policies Toward Iran.
Opinion & Analysis: Was the U.S. Provoking Iran?
According to a subsequent review, particularly of the Aegis system, "a complex network of radar and computers" onboard the USS Vincennes, "blame fell not on the machines but on the men who were operating them," Time magazine reported.
Some observers said memories of the slow American response to an Iraqi air attack on the USS Stark a year earlier, as well as the wartime environment of the Iran-Iraq war, may have induced panic in the crew. But Iran believed that the attack was deliberate, and many journalists suspected a U.S cover-up, speculating that the Navy, anxious for wartime action, had been overly aggressive, reported Newsweek.
Days after the incident Gary Sick wrote in The New York Times, ???The evidence suggests that our aggressive patrolling strategy tends to start fights, not end them. We behave at times as if our objective was to goad Iran into a war with us, when our real objective is to get Iran and Iraq to stop fighting.
Later Developments: U.S. Pays Compensation
Just over a week after the incident, the United States agreed to pay compensation to victims' families on an ???ex gratia??? basis, meaning that it did not admit fault or accept liability. A White House spokesman remarked that the fault lied with ???those who refuse to end the conflict.
Related Topic: Aegis Missile System
According to the U.S. Navy, "The Aegis system was designed as a total weapon system, from detection to kill. The heart of the system is the AN/SPY-1, an advanced, automatic detect and track, multi-function phased-array radar."
Posted 29 July 2013 - 11:45 AM
Putin is expected to fly to Iran on August 12 to meet in person the country???s newly-elected President Hassan Rouhani, reports the Russian business daily Kommersant citing anonymous sources. Iran's Mehr news agency said Putin would arrive on August 16, without citing a source.
The trip would probably be the first visit of a foreign head of state to the country after Rouhani is sworn in on August 4 and replaces Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as the head of Iranian government.
The two leaders are likely to discuss a number of pressing political and economic issues from Iran???s controversial nuclear program to Russia???s participation in the expansion of Iran???s Bushehr nuclear power plant, the report says. Among them is a possible arms deal, which is certain to draw objections from some countries.
Russia is offering Iran to purchase S-300VM Antey-2500 air defense systems, according to defense industry sources. It???s a cousin of the S-300 long-range surface-to-air missile family. S-300s were developed for the Soviet air defense forces, but the ground forces, an organizationally distinct branch of the army, wanted a similar system tailored for their own needs. On their order the S-300V was developed and later upgraded to the better S-300VM version.
Kommersant first reported that S-300VMs may be offered to Iran last month, citing anonymous sources. The move is meant to convince Tehran to revoke its complaint against Russia over the canceled deal to deliver five batteries of S-300 antimissiles, which was signed in 2007 but scrapped in 2010 when then-Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed a law limiting Russia???s military cooperation with Iran.
The scrapped deal was worth an estimated $800 million. After it was canceled, Tehran sought damages and filed a lawsuit with an international arbitrage in Geneva, demanding $4 billion in compensation.
Russia is not planning to revoke the 2010 decree which put an end to the deal and came following a UN Security Council resolution issuing sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program. But the S-300VM systems are not listed among the weapons banned from sales to Iran and a not subject to the decree.
Over the years Moscow explored several approaches to mend the rift with Tehran that the broken deal caused. Among those was an offer to supply Tor-M1E air defense systems, which Iran rejected, according to Iranian and Russian sources.
Military experts believe that the Antey-2500 deal would be more attractive to Tehran. The system was tailored to intercept tactical ballistic missiles. A possible Israeli attack on Iran is expected to start with a massive missile attack on Iran???s key air defense sites and military air bases before follow-up airstrikes at its fortified nuclear enrichment facilities. S-300VMs are well-suited to counter this threat, Kommersant said.
Earlier, top Iranian officials, including outgoing President Ahmadinejad, confirmed that negotiations to settle the conflict over the scrapped S-300 deal out of court are underway.
An S-300VM battery is capable of taking down both aerial targets moving as fast as 4,500kph, tracking and engaging up to 24 aircraft or up to 16 ballistic missiles simultaneously. It has a range of up to 200km for aircraft and up to 40km for ballistic missiles. It takes no more than 6 minutes for a trained crew to deploy the system from travel position to combat position.
The system is cleared for international export. Russia sold two S-300VM batteries to Venezuela in April this year, which was the first deal fort the hardware. Turkey and India are among possible buyers of the system.
Putin???s spokesperson Dmitry Peskov would not immediately comment on the report of the planned Putin visit to Iran.
???There are a large number of visits currently under preparation, but this one I cannot confirm, he told Interfax.
Posted 29 July 2013 - 11:46 AM
Kako prenosi glas Rusije.
Iran usavr??io zenitne sisteme s-200
?????-?????? ???? ???? ???? ? ????? ????? ??-200 ?????? ?????, ?????? ???? ??? ????. ??????? ??????? ??? ? ???? ????, ???? ? ?????? ??? ???? ? ???? ??? ?? ?????.
Posted 29 July 2013 - 11:47 AM
He says in addition to increase of fire power, pinpoint targeting capability has been added on this S-200 and it has been effective.
He indicated to order of supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khameneyi to make s-200 system as a mobile systems and says mobilizing air defense systems isn't limited to S-200 we are going to make mobile, all gun and missile air defense systems.
Citat:Iranski ambasador u Bejrutu: "Iran je spreman opremiti libanonsku vojsku"
Iranski ambasador u Bejrutu, Ghazanfar Roknabadi, istaknuo je kako je Iran spreman opremiti libanonsku vojsku s nu??nim materijalima. "Ve?? smo ranije istaknuli na?? stav koji se nije promijenio. Uvijek smo spremni pomo??i oko opremanja libanonske vojske", rekao je Roknabadi za vrijeme sastanka s liderom libanonske stranke Slobodni Patriotski pokret, Michelom Aounom u Bejrutu.
Iranski ministar obrane, General Ahmad Vahidi, ve?? je ranije istaknuo kako je Teheran spreman na obrambenu suradnju s Bejrutom ?im Libanon to zatra??i. "Libanon je na?? prijatelj. Ukoliko zadobijemo bilo kakav zahtjev oko opremanja vojske, imamo puni potencijal po tom pitanju", rekao je.
Za vrijeme razgovora u Bejrutu, iranski ambasador Roknabadi jo?? jednom je istaknuo kako Iran podupire libanonski pokret otpora, Hezbollah, kao i vlasti u Siriji. Nagla??en je slu??beni stav Teherana prema sukobu u Siriji koji se protivi svakom obliku strane vojne intervencije te se poziva na dijalog, nacionalnu pomirbu i slobodne izbore kao rje??enje za okon?anje sukoba u Siriji.
Michel Aoun, vo??a stranke Slobodni Patriotski pokret, je biv??i vojni zapovjednik s ?inom generala. Stranka Slobodni Patriotski pokret druga je najve??a stranka u libanonskom parlamentu, odmah iza Harrijeve Pokret za Budu??nost, i najve??a je kr????anska stranka u Libanonu, no neki ?lanovi stranke su i ??ijiti. Trenuta?no se nalazi u koaliciji "8. O??ujak" u kojoj je i Hezbollah s 12 zastupnika.
Aoun je podr??ao oru??anu intervenciju Hezbollaha protiv militanata u Siriji za vrijeme bitke za Qusair. "Hezbollah su intervenirali tek onda kada su naselja u kojima su ??ivjeli Libanonci pala u ruke pobunjenika", istaknuo je Aoun.
Posted 29 July 2013 - 11:50 AM
Special to WorldTribune.com
BAGHDAD Iran is building up military forces along the border of neighboring Kurdistan.
Officials said the Iran???s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has amassed thousands of troops as well as main battle tanks and armored personnel carriers along the border with Iraq.
They said IRGC, supported by the Army, appeared to be preparing for an operation against Iraq???s autonomous region of Kurdistan.
???Iran is establishing a permanent military presence so it could attack Kurdistan at will, an official said.
Officials said IRGC was also constructing bases and other military installations along the Iraqi border. They said the target was the Party of Free Life in Kurdistan, the Iranian wing of the Kurdish Workers Party.
In 2012, PJAK reached a ceasefire with Iran in wake of its military invasion of Kurdistan. Officials said IRGC was assessed as having failed to destroy PJAK headquarters in the Kandil mountains of Iraq.
Officials said PJAK was bracing for another Iranian offensive. They said PJAK, which could shell deep into Iran, was supported by the Kurdish Regional Government in defending northern Iraq.
???The Kurds are much stronger than they were a year ago, the official said.
Posted 29 July 2013 - 11:52 AM
The new achievement was unveiled at a ceremony attended by Commander of the Iranian Army's Ground Forces Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan.
???The vehicle, considered a strategic one, is capable of transporting all types of armored vehicles, tanks and tracked vehicles to the necessary operation zones at the shortest possible time, Pourdastan said, press tv reported.
The new vehicle has such a high mobility that only a few units of it can transport an entire armored battalion to distant locations in the country within one day, the Iranian commander pointed out.
In mid-April, Iran unveiled a number of indigenous military equipment, including a stealth unmanned aerial vehicle, two missile systems and a mobile electronic interception system, on the occasion of the country???s Army Day.
Over the past years, Iran has made important breakthroughs in its defense sector and unveiled a variety of indigenously-produced military equipment and systems, including tanks, sophisticated destroyers, submarines, unmanned aerial vehicles and advanced missile and radar systems.
The Islamic Republic has repeatedly assured other nations, especially its neighbors, that its military might poses no threat to other countries, insisting that its defense doctrine is based on deterrence.
Posted 14 August 2013 - 09:57 PM
???? ???? ????? ???? ????-?????? ????, ????? ???? ??? ? ?? ????? ??? ?????.
????? ?????? 600 ?? ?? ???? ? ? ? ??? 200 ??? ?? ??? ? ??? ??? ???? ???? ??? ???.
Posted 27 August 2013 - 09:45 PM
TEHRAN (Tasnim) The commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) cautioned the enemies of Iran against provocative acts, saying that the country has the right to defend itself against direct or indirect threats.
???We consider defense as our inalienable right," Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said in a gathering of IRGC navy personnel during his visit to the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz on Sunday.
He pointed to the recent developments in the region, and stated the regional upheavals have emerged as threats, and "we need awareness and vigilance in the face of them.
???The IRGC???will definitely pursue and monitor threatening moves with sharp eyes, he stated.
The Iranian commander also added that Iran???s behavior is a function of the enemy???s measures, noting that if the enemy???s moves turn into any sort of direct or indirect threats, Tehran will take whatever defensive action it deems necessary.
Major General Jafari, however, stressed that the enemies do not dare to launch any military attack on Iran due to the country???s full preparedness and capabilities to deter foreign threats.
Several Iranian military officials have on many occasions reiterated the country???s full preparedness to counter foreign threats.
On August 19, a senior Iranian commander said the country's impressive achievements in air defense sector have made the enemies and world powers realize that they cannot "bring Iran to its knees" through hard war.
???Today, we have reached such a high level in production and invention of air defense equipment and systems that the world???s superpowers have realized that it is impossible to defeat Iran through hard wars, Lieutenant Commander of Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base for Executive Affairs General Shahrokh Shahram said.
Posted 28 August 2013 - 03:25 PM
Commander of Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base Brigadier General Farzad Esmailee made the remarks during a tour to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) on Tuesday.
Emphasizing full self-sufficiency of Iran's air defense in producing the required military equipment and high capabilities of Iranian experts in defense fields, Brigadier General Esmailee underlined that in the very near future a total of 15 completed defense project are scheduled to be unveiled in the coming days.
Last week, Commander of the Army Ground Force Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan announced that Iran plans to unveil new defense and military hardware and equipment in the coming weeks.
"Iranian Army plans to showcase its latest military accomplishments on the occasion of the 33rd Anniversary of the Islamic Republic's defense against the Iraqi invasion," Brigadier General Pourdastan said.
Source : http://en.trend.az/r...an/2183230.html