Ghanimi pointed out that army air force will participate in the security plan, in addition to Iraqi air force.
What does IQAF stand for?
IQAF stands for Iraqi Air Force
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- Military and Government
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- Integrating Quality Assurance Into Software Production
- Independent Quality Assurance Team
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The Iraqi Air Force has received a C-130J Super Hercules, a military multi-role, multi-mission capability aircraft, from Lockheed Martin, marking the first of the initial three aircraft of a total order for six C-130Js.
The Iraqi Air Force over the Last 20 Years On the verge of the Gulf War of 1991, the IqAF was large and confident.
troops had pulled out of one of the last five bases occupied by American troops, allowing the Iraqi air force to take over the base located in the al-Anbar governorate, the pan-Arab daily AL HAYAT reported on Thursday.
But they will lack their own modern radar systems, as the nascent Iraqi air force is still working to establish key support systems to ensure airfields function without incident.