Iran test-flies nine new drones during war games
Iranian military forces' aerospace technicians flew nine new types of drones during Towards Beit ul-Muqaddas (Jerusalem) War Games in Dashtestan desert of Bushehr province on Friday, IRNA reported.
Basiji Pilot General Mohammad Ja'farabadi told IRNA on the sidelines of the war games that film-taking from the operation field of the war games, land control of the drones, and real-time dispatching of the images they take to their land control center are among the tested capabilities of them on Friday.
"Among the nine drones flown on Friday there was a hexacopter capable of film taking and real-time transferring of them as well as an electronic glider with innovative capabilities.
General Ja'farabadi said that the displayed capabilities during the Friday war game are appropriate with the threats posed by the enemies of this nation and this motherland.