Iran's armed forces will begin three days of military maneuvers on Monday involving anti-aircraft defense systems, media said on Sunday.
The ISNA news agency said both Iran's Revolutionary Guards and the Islamic Republics of Iran's army would take part in the drills.
"Maneuvers with the participation of anti-aircraft defense systems will be held for three days starting Monday," it said, without giving further details.
The aim was to maintain and upgrade the combat readiness of relevant units as well as to "test new weapons and defense plans."
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Air Defense Drills
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