Introduction: Despite of Iran’s peaceful nuclear activity, America and Israel and their allies repeatedly have treated Iran to military attack. Inthis condition the military health care system of Iran along with other parts of Iran’s military system, should be ready to providehealth care service supports. This research has tried to provide organizationalrequirements for improving preparedness of military medicine of Iran.
Methods: This study is analytical-applicativeand itis a futures study. Information gatheredfrom: related books, Google scholar, Pub med, general databases and other released news. Population included of allsubjectsin the field ofmilitary threatsagainst Iran and characteristics of military medicine. Samplingwas Purposeful and propositions selected as samples. In this study information, gathered in two fields,military threats and military health care system in asymmetric battle. Analysis of data was donethrough induction analysis.
Results: Military health care system in asymmetric warfare follows from principlessuch as:agility, organic structure, advanced and portable technology, low organizational concentration and formalization, matrix structure,experienced commanders familiar with military techniques, changing and scattered and small structure, predictive ability and also quick Reaction.Moreover,military threats mainly focused on Iran by air and marine sectors. Threats will be blitz, short term, with flexible scheduling and dynamic operating, based on space- war and new military bases. Operation in afar and less use of ground forces will be characteristics of militaryattacks
Conclusion: More emphasis on quick reaction, equipping modern relief devices, developing the air and marine rescue, providing secret headquarters, identifying threatened military centersand obtain the necessary preparations, improving the predictive ability,rapid response to changing conditions, familiarity with the new weapons’ harm, more familiarity with the techniques of camouflage and concealment, developmentand promotion of self and another one relief educations, coordinationwiththe civilian health care system and development of mobile health centers in the South Coasts, are basic strategies for improving the ability of military health care system in facing with the futurethreats.