Insider-Account: How Iran Decided To Down A US Drone & Avert War By Sparing A Spy Plane | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Insider-Account: How Iran Decided To Down A US Drone & Avert War By Sparing A Spy Plane

Iran averted all-out war in the Middle East at the last moment when the Central command and control operational room of its Army and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) ordered not to shoot down a US Navy anti-submarine warfare, Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance Poseidon P-8 .

Unusually, there are 38 on board the P-8 aircraft which requires a crew of 9. There were a minimum of 6-8 officers on board (2-3 Col, 3-4 Lt) and the remaining crew likely held grades under Lieutenant. The plane was flying within range of Iranian missiles over Iranian waters when Iran’s central command and control received confirmation that the US would not go to war or hit any target in Iran. This took place following the Iranian downing of one of the most advanced US drones last Thursday. The drone had been violating Iranian airspace, according to Tehran authorities, who later presented the debris of the unmanned drone to the media. Iran had received confirmation through a third country that President Donald Trump would refrain from bombing any Iranian positions.

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