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The promoted officers were identified on state television by Morsi; air force commander Younis El-Masry, air defense commander Abdul Manan Bayoumy and navy commander Osama El-Gendi.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The US drone shooed away by Iranian fighter jets earlier this month was on an intelligence gathering mission near Iran's Kharg Island, the IRGC's Air Defense Commander said, and warned that the Iranian jets only fired warning shots in the incident, but will "give a harsher response" to hostile aircraft next time.
Abdel-Aziz Seif, the outgoing air defense commander, was named head of a major industrial military complex owned by several Arab nations and established in the 1970s.
From 1987 to 1990 he was Land Forces Air Defense Chief of Staff, and from 1990 to 1992 he served as Land Forces Air Defense Commander in Chief.
The Iranian air force has managed to build tens of anti-aircraft batteries and missile systems in addition to sophisticated radar systems," said General Ahmad Miqani, an air defense commander, quoted by Iran's English-language satellite news network.
5 million for engineering services in support of the Maritime Integrated Air and Missile Defense Planning System (MIPS), a successor to the AADC Area Air Defense Commander Capability (AADC).
Each theatre has an AAMDC, which is commanded by a brigadier general who is dual-hatted as the Air Defense commander for the joint force land component commander [JFLCC] and also works for the JFACC.
Later, National Air Defense Commander Rear Marshall Wresnowiro told a press conference that based on a flight approval they had received, the Indonesian authorities first thought the jets were five F-5s of the Australian air force.