At least, Lockheed Martin should heed this possibility:
Parviz Sorouri, member of the Majlis Committee on National Security and Foreign Policy, said that his country will "mass produce" the drones in the near future. He also said that the Iranian version would be "of higher quality" than the original RQ-170 Sentinel, according to the Press TV report.Globalization and its unexpected fruit...
After all, we all know where the new competitors of Lockheed Martin will go for parts. Same place.
Update: At the Elders' HQ we've read this headline with some interest:
Iran Nearly Finished Decoding U.S. Drone, Tehran Claims
Of course, our operatives have been kind enough to get the decoded text in its current state (in exchange the Ayatollahs were promised that we'll fill in the blanks for them). Here it comes:
deartowelh...splsacceptthisworthlesspiec..fcrapitsareallemon.nd....wedont.no..owyouallwillmanagetouseitbut.uradvicewillbe.ouseitforkeepinitcoldbeeritscoolingsystemisthe.nly.oodthing.wearegoin..obuyus.fewHerons.USAF endofmessage.Volunteers to parse the text are welcome.