Tehran, Iran, January 30
By Mehdi Sepahvand - Trend:
The Iranian Navy has test-fired advanced torpedo (cigar-shaped self-propelled underwater missile) its from submarines, Fars news agency reported.
On the fourth day of the maritime drills named 'Velayat-94', Iranian forces also launched torpedoes from its Jamaran destroyer.
Iran's navy also enabled its light submarine dubbed Qadir and a heavy submarine dubbed Tariq to follow and target moving objectives. Further, Iran's AB212 helicopter, equipped with rocket-launcher and machine gun, performed the precise-targeting missions.
The naval drills cover an area of around 3 million square kilometers, down to the 10-degrees latitude, north of the Indian Ocean.
A day earlier, the Iranian Navy test-fired several coast-to-sea and sea-to-sea cruise missiles named "Nour" (Light) with a range of 150 km during a massive naval drill underway in southeastern coasts of Makran, east of Strait of Hormuz.