CLOSURE OF HORMUZ WAR SENERIO:
If Iran was to be attacked by the USA/Israhell, it would respond by attacking US bases, and even possibly all its allies bases in the ME region, including Israels Dimona nuclear reactor with advanced strategic missiles such as the Shahab series, all three variants 1/2, and 3 and Iran's most advanced missile the Fajr-3 (MIRV). With its Multiple Independent Reentry Vehicle capability gives it the ability of avoiding anti-missile Surface-to-air missiles, also the sejjil, Ghadr-110, and Ashoura missiles.
Iran's navy would respond by sealing off the Strait of Hormuz, which would wreak havoc on global oil markets. All enemy warships and merchant vessels would be targeted by Iran's mobile coastal anti-ship missiles. More than 40 percent of the world’s internationally traded oil, around 17 million barrels per day, passes through the strait. That includes more than fifty tankers daily, all under the watchful eyes of Iranian surveillance assets, including those on the island of Hormuz, together with four other Iranian islands (Lesser Tunb, Abu Musa, Bani Forur, and Sirri), are particularly important because they lie near the route that all vessels entering or leaving the Gulf use. Iran would also deploy its 17 extremely quiet diesel-electric coastal mini submarines to close off the strait of Hormuz by laying mines and conducting anti-shipping attacks. On April 14, 1988, the USS Samuel B. Roberts (FFG-58) struck an Iranian M-08/39 mine in the central Persian Gulf shipping lane, wounding 10 sailors. Then after the submarine after laying all its mines would descend to the maximum depth of the Persian Gulf, the gulf is overall very shallow, with a maximum depth of 90 meters and an average depth of 50 meters. there they would just wait silently for enemy ships to pass by and be engaged by its 2x533-millimeter torpedo tubes capable of firing the Hoot torpedo which is an Iranian supercavitation high-speed missile torpedo that travels at approximately 360 km/h, several times faster than a conventional torpedo. The Hoot is reverse engineered from the Russian VA-111 Shkval supercavitation torpedo which travels at the same speed. The U.S. Navy has a variety of means at its disposal to detect submerged submarines, but in shallow coastal waters, high ambient noise levels degrade the performance of sonar, making the job of detecting, locating, and identifying submarines very difficult. A war game conducted by the U.S. military in 2002, called Millennium Challenge, revealed a serious fleet vulnerability to well-coordinated attacks by ballisticand cruise missiles and swarming speedboats in littoral waters, causing “the worst [simulated] naval defeat since Pearl Harbor.” This response by Iran would result in the USA economy collapsing and forcing the USA to the negotiating table. So please do not underestimate Iran's capability to defend herself and to inflict heavy casualties on the so called "Undefeatable" USA military.