View the Iranian Fighter Bases chart that goes with this story in PDF format. When the UN arms embargo on Iran expires in October 2020, the nation will look to purchase fighter aircraft and battle tanks from China and Russia, a U.S. senior defense intelligence official says. Procurements for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Artesh have revolved around maintaining aging systems and modernizing the military to defend a technologically superior adversary, according to an Iran ...

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