Iraq Opens Airspace Flight of Russian Cruise Missiles

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Iraq Opens Airspace Flight of Russian Cruise Missiles

The Iraqi Ministry of Defense has opened Iraqi airspace for the flight of Russian cruise missiles. The missiles will be launched from the areas of the Mediterranean Sea and the Caspian Sea where the Russian Navy is conducting live missile and artillery drills.

Iran has also allowed the flights of Russian cruise missiles and let Russia use its infrastructure to fight against terrorism in Syria.

Russian Tu-23M3 long-range bombers and Su-34 bombers have been already deployed to the Hamadan Air Base in Iran in order to conduct air strikes on militant targets in Syria.

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  • Good. Now open your airspace for Iranian F-14 Fighting Tom Cats so they can storm the ISIS and SAS strong holds and wipe them out of the middle east for eternity!

    • John Whitehot

      i’m not sure that the iranian f-14s have any ground attack capability. This would not mean that they can’t sling some bombs under the wings and drop them, but in that case the IrAF Phantoms would be much better at that