In a new video that was shared on YouTube and social media this week, the Iranian Armed Forces showcased their drone strength in a series of attacks on targets during their military drills along the southern coast.
Iranian forces and affiliated militias in Deir ez-Zor province redeployed after their military sites and barracks were hit last week by airstrikes attributed to Israel, the Al-Monitor website reported. The forces evacuated the sites that were hit, emptied the weapons depots and moved their weapons and personnel to hidden locations in populated areas in the cities of Deir ez-Zor, Abu Kamal and Mayadeen.
Iran’s military kicked off a ground forces drill on Tuesday along the coast of the Gulf of Oman, state TV reported, the latest in a series of snap exercises that the country is holding amid escalating tensions over its nuclear program and Washington’s pressure campaign against Tehran.
Iran has once again reverse engineered an Israeli weapon that was likely transferred to them from Syria after it was used in the Arab Republic.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) on Friday kicked off a combined missile and drone drills in the central desert area of the country, Tasnim news agency reported.
The Iranian naval force fired torpedoes from the home-made Fateh(Conqueror)-class submarine, as well as cruise missiles from the seashore and vessels on the second day of a large-scale drill in the country’s southern waters.
Meanwhile, the family members of the victims of a downed Ukrainian plane have no hope for justice, while Tehran and Havana are set to produce their own coronavirus vaccine
Iran has sent drones to Yemen, enabling the creation of a base for so-called “suicide drones” or what are known as loitering munitions, according to Newsweek. The report claims that “Shahed-136” drones are now based in Al-Jawf. These are supposedly “advanced UAVs.”
Iran’s Navy has formally commissioned the Markran, a former oil tanker it says has been transformed into a “forward base ship.” This vessel could provide a platform for more persistent maritime operations in and outside of the country’s own littoral areas.
Two new warships will be delivered to the Iranian Navy in a ceremony on Wednesday.
The Iranian Armed Forces began “major missile exercises” in the Sea of Oman on Tuesday, as they continue to display their military strength in the Persian Gulf region.