Iran highlights three missile systems at "Velayat 4" military drills
Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov. 13 /Trend S.Isayev, T. Jafarov/
Iran today has highlighted three domestically made missile systems at "Velayat 4" military drills, Mehr reported.
The mentioned missile systems are "Ya Zahra 3", "Safat" and "Qader".
Previously, the commander of the Khatam Al-Anbiya base General Farzad Esmailli said that those systems would be unveiled during the drills.
"Ya Zahra 3" is a low-altitude missile system, fully designed by Iranian experts in a short period of time. The missile system is mobile, and is able to work under various climatic conditions.
"Qader" is also a fully mobile missile system, that, according to Farzad Esmailli, requires no ground installation for firing missiles. In case of installation, "Qader" takes less than 30 minutes to be deployed.
"Safat" - another mobile missile system, that posesses high shot accuracy, and cannot be detected by the enemy radars.
The country today stages the second phase of "Velayat 4" military drills, with joint participation of Iranian army, IRGC and Basij forces.
The "Haq" medium-range anti-aircraft defense missile system, which was first unveiled in 2011, has already been tested at the drills.
Iran has previously held "Velayat 3" drills in 2011, where an array of of fighter jets, fighter bombers, cargo and transportation planes, including F-4, F-5, SU-24 fighter-bombers, Mig-29 and the logistic C-130 planes were showcased.