The USA has given Israel 30 long-range F-15's, at a cost of $48 million each.
Israel bought 5,000 bunker-busters
Known by the military designations GBU-27 or GBU-28, "bunker busters" are guided by lasers or satellites, and can penetrate up to 10 metres of earth and concrete.
Israel will take off with three squadrons of six F-15's - fly over Iraq, and hit Iran's three key facilities. The US is expected to provide satellite information and refueling as the Israeli jets exit.
Israel's False Flag
Iran will see this as an attack by America, and will threaten to retaliate. Israel will launch a Sunburn 22, taking out a carrier, and Iran will get blamed.
The Attack Is Possible Because of These Missiles
The attack is possible because of these missiles, as well as the location. The US Fifth fleet sits in the Persian Gulf - which is a small bay surrounded by rugged mountains and a 20-mile-wide entrance. These missiles are unstoppable, and the 5th fleet is in range of Iran's land facilities.
Specs The Raduga Moskit anti-ship missile is perhaps the most lethal anti-ship missile in the world. The MOSKIT is designed to fly as low as 9 feet at over 1,500 miles per hour, faster than a rifle bullet. The missile uses a violent pop-up maneuver for its terminal approach to throw off Phalanx and other anti-missile defense. Warhead - 200 KILOTON NUCLEAR Range - 90 MILES Size - 31.9 FEET Speed - MACH 2.5 AT SEA LEVEL
180 mile range and unstoppable
The Yakhonts 26 replaces the Sunburn 22. There is absolutely no way to avoid the missile.
Iran has 300 of these.
Exocet missiles cost approximately $250,000 in 1970, and older versions are selling for $ 75,000.
Maximum effective range
Iran's Ballistic missiles
CSS-8 Missiles 200 Chinese
Iran's missile capabilities
Iran Has An Air Force and Navy
Iran has an Air Force of 320 fighters, of which 100 are F-14 Tomcats and SU-29 Migs. They also have a capable AA defense system of missiles.
Iran Air Force
Iran Has Subs Equipped With Exocet Missiles
How The Attack Plays Out
After Watching Destruction of Iraq, The Iranians Will Be Forced To Respond
Because Iran is already at total war footing, the attacks will escalate out of control in a matter of days.
Israel hits Iran's nuclear facilities
Iran goes to Alert One
Israel hits a US Carrier and blames Iran
US hits Iran's navy in northern Persian Gulf
Iran attacks with all it's missiles
Iran has already calculated their response, and they realize their only option is a massive attack. Iran is sitting on a stockpile of Exocet, Sunburn 22 and SS-NX-26 Yakhonts missiles. The Fifth Fleet sits at Qatar, and it is within range of the Sunburn-22 and Yakhonts. Iran is said to have commercial freighters equipped with Exocets that will be in port at the time. Once Israel hits the US carrier (similar to the USS Liberty) then Iran will have no choice but to defend itself. The 5th Fleet sits in a lake surrounded by Iran's rugged mountains, and will be decimated by the missiles. The US fleet will arrive in the Indian Ocean, but will be helpless because the straits of Hormuz will be showered by a Phalanx of hundreds of Exocets.
Iraq's Insurgents Regroup
At the same time, the Iraqi insurgents will begin a counter- offensive. A major attack on the Green Zone would take out most of Iraq's foreign administrators. It's very possible that the Iraq occupation could turn very deadly and costly.
Add to this offensives on Iraq's isolated towns, and the occupiers would be in a multiple quagmire - the occupiers now are surrounded. As supplies and ammunition begin to run out, the status of US forces in the region will become precarious.
Straits Of Hormuz
The occupiers will become the besieged The US will be cornered - if they try to escape, they will be slaughtered in the Straits of Hormuz. With Iran's enormous missile capability, the US will have two choices - either go to the UN for peace, or escalate to an all-out nuclear attack on Iran.
Flow Of Oil Stops
With enough anti-ship missiles, the Iranians can halt tanker traffic through Hormuz for weeks, even months. With the flow of oil from the Gulf curtailed, the price of a barrel of crude will skyrocket on the world market. Within days, the global economy will begin to grind to a halt.