Revolutionary Guards: We directed the missiles after the US plane was shot down to two bases in the Gulf and a barge in the Gulf of Oman[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 9/15/15 8:25 • [rtl]163 [/rtl][rtl]read [/rtl]times[/rtl]
The commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Air Force, Amir Ali Haji Zadeh, said that Iran and the United States do not intend to war but the field forces are in contact in the waters of the Gulf, and the war could break out.
"All US bases and ships in the region 2,000 kilometers away are within range of our missiles," Haji Zadeh said. .
The commander of the Air Force in the Revolutionary Guards that the possibility of a war with America was likely "even if (targeted) the United States) empty land in Iran in response to the downing of the drone."
The Iranian Revolutionary Guards announced the downing of a US spy plane on June 20 in the province of Hormozgan in southern Iran.
Tensions between Iran and the United States have increased significantly in the Gulf region recently over attacks on commercial ships and oil tankers.
The United States has accused Iran of being behind the attacks amid media reports that President Donald Trump's administration is considering military options to deal with Iran and growing fears of war in the region. is over