Sunday, June 1, 2014

IRGC-GF commander with foreign military attaches in Tehran

Gathering of foreign military attaches with IRGC-GF Commander Brigadier General Mohammad Pakpour (front row, wearing spectacles).

Military attache from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan (left): a Pakistan Army lieutenant colonel, standing beside IRGC Brigadier General Pakpour and an unidentified IRGC brigadier general 2C.

Military attache from the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela: a National Army of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela brigadier general.

Military attache from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (center): a Jordanian Royal Naval Force captain, being flanked by a IRGC lieutenant and IRGC major.

Military attache from the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka (center): a Sri Lanka Air Force group captain


Military attache from the Sultanate of Oman (center), a Royal Army of Oman colonel

Military attache from the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan: an Afghanistan National Army colonel

Military attache from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (center): a Korean People´s Army senior colonel

Uniform detail of Korean People´s Army senior colonel 

Military attache from the Republic of Azerbaijan (center, front): an Azerbaijan Army major

 
Unidentified military attache

Full group photo of foreign military attaches with IRGC-GF Commander Brigadier General Mohammad Pakpour

Photos: Sina Shiri at Fars News Agency

6 comments:

Piruz Mollazadeh said...

I thought the IRGC was a terrorist organization?

Anonymous said...

An impressive gathering of Turd World militaries.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 9:00AM You know the rank third is relative to 1st on how big the scale of everything is. Do you mean you possibly live in the Huge Turd world, then we have the large Turd and then Turd world? You surely treddled around with your comment!

Anonymous said...

So true.

Anonymous said...

More here:

http://takimag.com/article/the_turd_world_gavin_mcinnes/print#axzz33KYhbI5r

Anonymous said...

Rather childish comments based on ignorance.