BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – The Iranian Armed Forces unveiled three new domestically-made missiles this week, the Mehr News Agency reported.
According to the Iranian publication, the three missiles are as followed:
‘Heidar’ is an air-to-ground missile with a range of more than 8km which can be installed on different types of systems to attack armored targets, ground equipment and enemy forces’ concentrations with a penetration power of over one meter.
“Qamar-e Bani Hashem” is an air-to-air and air-to-ground missile with a range of over 8km with the capability of destroying armored targets, ground equipment and enemy forces and can also be fired in the dark.
‘Dehlaviyeh’ is a laser-guided air-to-ground missile with a range of over 8km and low weight used to smash armored targets with a pin-pointing capability and penetration power of 1.20 meter.
The missiles are now in the testing stage and will be mass-produced soon to be mounted on combat helicopters, the Mehr News Agency added.
Last week, the Iranian Armed Forces held an event that showcased their new military hardware, including their Kowsar fighter jet.