The 4th and 6th volumes of “History of navy force in Holy Defense”



22 November 2010

The 4th and the 6th volumes of the 32-volume “History calendar of Naval Holy Defense" will be published concurrent with the Navy Day, November 28. These volumes are titled; “Roaring of warships”, “Flames of wrath” and “pearl”.


IBNA: The fourth volume of the collection, “Roaring of warships” contains events occurred in the beginnings of November, 1980 and explicates how oil platforms of Saddam offensive army were wrecked in Ashkan and Safary operations.
The fifth and sixth volumes contain phenomena of middle and end of November, 1980 and explain Pearl operation and Peykan warship epic.

These three books will be published in near future by theoretic research and strategic studying office of navy.
Pearl operation was done by air forces and navy forces of Islamic Republic of Iran on November 28, 1980 in which more than 50 percent of navy power of offensive Iraq army was knocked out. Only Peykan warship could fire several Iraqi ships and planes.
 
The first volume of “history calendar of Naval Holy Defense” has been published for the second time and the second and the third volumes will be published simultaneous to Navy Day.



 
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