US military said today that a 107mm rockets made in Iran in March were fired at a US base southeast of Baghdad on 23 October. No one was injured in the attack on Combat Outpost Cashe, but one US vehicle was damaged.
An unfired rocket along with six rocket rails was seized after the attack. In the last four months, this is the 40th Iranian-manufactured rocket seized by US troops.
Meanwhile in Tehran, Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said today that Iranian missiles pose no threat to any country. He said that Iran's missile power is part of “the Islamic world's defense power.” Gen. Najjar did not elaborate what Islamic defense power is.