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Iran IRGC Qiam ballistic missile fired from Underground Silo based launchers موشك قيام سيلو زيرزميني

Iran IRGC Qiam ballistic missile fired from Underground Silo based launchers موشك قيام سيلو زيرزميني

  • published: 08 Mar 2016
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March 8, 2016 (Persian calendar 1394/12/18) The Aerospace Division of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) is holding the final stage of large-scale missile drills. The final phase of the exercises, codenamed Eqtedar-e-Velayat اقتدار ولايت, saw ballistic missiles fired from silo-based launchers in different locations across the country on Tuesday. The maneuvers are aimed at displaying Iran’s “deterrence power” and the country’s “full readiness to confront all kinds of threats against the Revolution, establishment and territorial integrity,” the IRGC said. IRGC commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari سرلشگر محمدعلي جعفري and commander of the IRGC Aerospace Division Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh سرتيپ اميرعلي حاجي زاده oversaw parts of the drills. Last October, Iran successfully test-fired its precision-guided long-range Emad عماد missile, sparking an uproar among US politicians. In January, the US Department of the Treasury imposed new sanctions against Iranian citizens and companies over the country’s ballistic missile program. Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan سرتيپ حسين دهقان has asserted that the Emad missile is a conventional weapon. Last December, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif وزير امورخارجه محمدجواد ظريف defended Iran’s right to carry out missile tests, saying none of Iranian missiles are capable of carrying nuclear warheads. Qiam ballistic missile Specifications: Range: 800 Km (497 Mile) Warhead: 645 Kg (1,422 lb) Weight: 6,155 Kg (13,570 lb) Length: 11.5 meters (37.7 foot, 12.57 Yard) Fuel: Liquid...

Iran IRGC Qiam ballistic missile fired from Underground Silo based launchers موشك قيام سيلو زيرزميني

  • published: 08 Mar 2016
  • views: 207405

March 8, 2016 (Persian calendar 1394/12/18) The Aerospace Division of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) is holding the final stage of large-scale missile drills. The final phase of the exercises, codenamed Eqtedar-e-Velayat اقتدار ولايت, saw ballistic missiles fired from silo-based launchers in different locations across the country on Tuesday. The maneuvers are aimed at displaying Iran’s “deterrence power” and the country’s “full readiness to confront all kinds of threats against the Revolution, establishment and territorial integrity,” the IRGC said. IRGC commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari سرلشگر محمدعلي جعفري and commander of the IRGC Aerospace Division Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh سرتيپ اميرعلي حاجي زاده oversaw parts of the drills. Last October, Iran successfully test-fired its precision-guided long-range Emad عماد missile, sparking an uproar among US politicians. In January, the US Department of the Treasury imposed new sanctions against Iranian citizens and companies over the country’s ballistic missile program. Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan سرتيپ حسين دهقان has asserted that the Emad missile is a conventional weapon. Last December, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif وزير امورخارجه محمدجواد ظريف defended Iran’s right to carry out missile tests, saying none of Iranian missiles are capable of carrying nuclear warheads. Qiam ballistic missile Specifications: Range: 800 Km (497 Mile) Warhead: 645 Kg (1,422 lb) Weight: 6,155 Kg (13,570 lb) Length: 11.5 meters (37.7 foot, 12.57 Yard) Fuel: Liquid...



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