Iranian Navy Test-Fires Long-Range Qadir Cruise Missile During Drills


The Iranian naval forces for the first time tested the home-made long-range Qadir cruise missile during the wargames underway in the Sea of Oman on Tuesday.

The missile could destroy simulated enemy target deep in the sea during the military exercises codenamed Mohammad Rasoulollah (PBUH) which started in the country’s Southern and Southeastern waters, South Makran region and the Northern coastline of the Sea of Oman on Monday.

Qadir is a new generation of cruise missiles capable of destroying marine targets with high precision and power. It can be fired from coasts and vessels both.

Also on the second day of the wargames, combined sonic and magnetic demining operations were conducted…



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