Just let me tell you that I admire the work you are doing on Iran's military. Your hard work is always appreciated. The military order articles of yours is a masterpiece, and I mean it, and so are many of your other articles, like the Z-3 article, for example. Your writing is professional, balanced, honest and above all - very interesting. I hope you never stop writing about Iran's military. I agree fully with you that many of the Wikipedia articles should be taken with a grain of salt. I know that you mentioned some other Wikipedia article too, in another thread. Anyways, one of the reasons I joined this forum is because of people like you.
Not to try to "steal" any points, but this blog section should be read by every military enthusiast, who follows the Iranian military, both non-Iranians and Iranians:
JF-jan, although I won't get TOO carried away, especially considering their long and turbulent histories on IMF, both Ayyash and Eagle2009 have indeed come a long way. I can't say either are the 'gold standard' of information but, then again, nobody is these days. More importantly, however, I can say their presentation of information has become more critical and thoughtful. What you see today is the result of years of corrective conditioning(!) and torture(!) on IMF. It was gory and painful to all, I'm sure, but the results are apparent. So much so, even I no longer keep a watchful eye on them. Most of the time.
So, yes, IMF continues to improve in leaps and bounds!
(Note: I hope I'm being redundant by saying that given the state of misinformation and factless and unsupported content that is rife on the 'internet' today, naturally, I cannot endorse, believe, support, or accept any of links posted by me or others. I personally find them interesting, however, as they open new perspectives for me. I leave it to the reader to glean what they can or want from them).