As the United States and Iran up their sabre rattling following the assassination of Iranian General Solemani by a US drone, the two countries are threatening war upon one another.
Following years of economic and military sanctions, Iran has set upon an indigenous military industry that has led to the development of some very innovative systems, though their efficacy remains untested in battle.
However, Iran may have an ally in Iraqi public opinion which has swung away form the US which may benefit Tehran in terms of providing intelligence of US troop movements.
Defenseworld.net looks at the strength of US forces in the Middle East and Iran’s indigenously manufactured and upgraded weapons.
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