The first Iranian captive pilot
He remembered the training period time. He knew that he should not told lie during the captive period. He only should answer to the 4 or 5 questions which were related to the type of the air craft and the station.
Whenever the Bathi commanders interrogated us, I answered the questions and avoid answering the rest of the questions when they asked me about the reason, I am a new pilot and these affairs are not related to me. After minutes a man came and took me to the officer room. There was a polite man in the room who spoke English very well… he asked me why did not you mention to any air station of your country? According to the Geneva agreement, you only can ask me 4 or 5 questions, I answered.
He took out a map from his desk and showed me… I got shocked…all of our air stations were completely mentioned in the map. The commander smiled at me proudly, we have too many information even more than you and we will use them all in an emergency cases. Suddenly Lashgari remembered Nojeh coup and colonel Nemati who immigrated to Iraq.
Rocket is the answer Rocket
We heard about the Bathi air attacks against Iran on the radio which made the other pilots angry. One night we heard the sound of an explosion near the al – Rashid prison. We all were shocked, nobody knew about the explosion… next day one of our commander told us that the last night sound which you heard related to the Iranian rocket which hit Rafedin Bank in Baghdad. All the captives got happy and whispered: rocket is the answer of rocket.