I forgot to mention this before, but one place that foreigners learn about Iran's aircraft is through the annual Kish Air Show, held in Iran. For those Americans here who have an interest in the F-14 aircraft, made popular in the movie "Top Gun", this report might be of some interest as well. https://theaviationist.com/2018/12/...ing-f-14-tomcat-jets-in-action-and-much-more/ Kish Air Show: A Rare Opportunity To See The World’s Last Flying F-14 Tomcat Jets In Action. And much more. A Persian Tomcat during Kish 2018 airshow. Image credit: Leszek Kujawski/FoxTwo.pl IRIAF F-14 performing a high-speed pass. All images credit: Leszek Kujawski/FoxTwo.pl Close up on the unique formation of a KC-747 with two F-14 Tomcats and three F-4 Phantoms. This one below is Iran's Saeghe fighter, built using the F-5 air frame design but with different avionics, weapons and I believe even engine. The Saeqeh with its peculiar V shaped tails.