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The following article details the Order of Battle of the Iranian Army. Note, that this is not the order of battle of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards but of the regular ground forces (Artesh). Military branches: Islamic Republic of Iran Regular Forces (Artesh) include Ground Forces, the Navy, Air and Air Defense Forces). ... Image File history File links Iranlogo. ... The Iranian Army is the national army of Iran and called the Artesh. ... Image File history File links Iranlogo. ... Markings of the IRIAF The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) is the aviation branch of the Iranian armed forces. ... Image File history File links Iranlogo. ... The Islamic Republic of Iran Navy is the naval force of Iran. ... Image File history File links Iranlogo. ... Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (Persian: سپاه پاسداران انقلاب اسلامی - Sepah-e Pasdaran-e Enghelab-e Islami), often shortened to Revolutionary Guards, or called by its Persian name Sepah or Pasdaran, is a military organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran. ... The Iranian Army is the national army of Iran and called the Artesh. ... Image File history File links Artesh_Logo. ... The Iranian Army is the national army of Iran and called the Artesh. ... // Organisation Irans Army is structured into two parallel armies with some integration at the command level. ... // Introduction This article will only consider military equipment in use since 1950. ... // Introduction From 1925 to the Iranian Revolution in 1979, Iran used to be equipped with the very latest Western hardware. ... // History Antiquity A national army of sorts has existed in Iran since the establishment of the Persian Empire. ... The following officers held the rank of Field Marshal in Iran (Persia). ... See Also Military of Iran The Islamic Republic of Iran ... An order of battle (often abbreviated as ORBAT, OOB, or OB) is an organizational tool used by military intelligence to list and analyze enemy military units. ... Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (Persian: سپاه پاسداران انقلاب اسلامی - Sepah-e Pasdaran-e Enghelab-e Islami), often shortened to Revolutionary Guards, or called by its Persian name Sepah or Pasdaran, is a military organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran. ...

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Army Order of Battle (Localities)

First Army Headquarters Tehran
Second Army Headquarters Esfahan
Third Army Headquarters Shiraz
28th Mechanized Division Kerman
84th Mechanized Division Khorramabad
18th Armored Division Tehran
81st Armored Division Qazin, Qasr-e Shirin region
88th Armored Division Ahvaz
30th Infantry Division Tehran
40th Infantry Division Hamadan
58th Infantry Division Ahvaz
64th Infantry Division Bandar 'E Mah Shahr
77th Infantry Division Tabriz
23rd Special Forces Division Tehran
55th Parachute Division Tehran
351st SSM Brigade Tehran
75th Logistics Brigade





Army Order of Battle

Southern Operations Sector
(Dezful)
Northern Operations Sector
(Reyaiyeh)
Western Operations Sector
(Kermanshah)
81st/92nd? Armored Division 28th Mechanized Infantry Division 16th/18th? Armored Division
45th Commando Brigade 64th Infantry Division 81st Armored Division
40th Infantry Brigade 84th Mechanized Infantry Division
25th Commando Brigade 23rd Commando Division
11th Artillery Division 35th Commando Brigade
58th Commando Brigade
22nd Artillery Division
23rd Artillery Division
44th Artillery Division
55th Artillery Division
411th Engineer Division
Eastern Operations Sector
(Birjand)
Airmobile Forces Group
88th Armored Division 29th Commando Division (Airmobile)
30th Infantry Division 55th Airborne Division
77th Infantry Division
Sources:
  • Ty "Back to Iraq: Speculations on Gulf War II" (Issue 50, 1998).
  • Vern "The Iranian Armed Forces Today. (Issue 41, 1998).





Imperial Army Order of Battle

16th Armored Division Ghazvin
81th Armored Division Kermanshah
92th Armored Division Khuzestan
88th Armored Division Sistan
1th Infantry Imperial Guard Division ( 21st Infantry Div. after the revolution)
2th Imperial Guard Division ( 21st Infantry Div. after the revolution)
28th Infantry Division Kurdistan
64th Infantry Division Rezaieh
77th Infantry Division Khorasan
84th Infantry Brigade Khoramabad (Division during the war with Iraq)
55th Airborne Brigade Shiraz (Division during the war with Iraq)
23th Special forces Brigade Nohed -Tehran (Division during the war with Iraq)
37th Armored Brigade Shiraz
11th Artillery Unit
22th Artillery Unit
23th Artillery Unit
44th Artillery Unit
55th Artillery Unit
4 Hawk missiles Battalions
Source:
  • Iranian Ground Forces at Sarbazan

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