Iran efficiently test-fires Hormuz-2 ballistic missile

Hormuz-2 ballistic missile
A high Iranian commander says the Islamic Republic has efficiently test-fired Hormuz-2 ballistic missile.

Iran “fired Hormuz-2 this week and the missile efficiently destroyed a goal at a distance of 250 kilometers,” commander of the Aerospace Division of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brig. Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh mentioned Thursday.

Hormuz-2 is a naval strike ballistic missile that may hit cell targets at sea with excessive precision. It has a spread of just about 300 kilometers.

The missile is similar to anti-ship Khalij-e-Fars (Persian Gulf) ballistic missile in look.

On Monday, Protection Minister Brigadier Normal Hossein Dehqan warned that Iran’s defensive navy energy would catch the enemies off guard within the occasion of an aggression in opposition to the Islamic Republic.

The warning got here sooner or later after Iran efficiently examined the S-300 surface-to-air missile protection system, which the Islamic Republic has bought from Russia.

Following the check, Brigadier Normal Farzad Esmaili, the commander of Iran’s Khatam al-Anbiya Air Protection Base, mentioned the nation was designing and manufacturing an indigenous model of the S-300 system, known as Bavar-373.

Iran maintains that its navy energy poses no risk to different nations and that its navy doctrine relies on deterrence solely.

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