New Iranian missile test reportedly fired today
According to PressTV:
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has tested a new short-range cruise missile, which can successfully destroy small and mid-sized targets.
The domestically designed and developed anti-ship cruise missile, named Zafar (Triumph), was test-fired in the southwestern port city of Bandar Abbas, situated 1,563 kilometers (971 miles) south of the capital Tehran, on Sunday.
During the test, the missile, mounted onto light speed boats, accurately detected designated targets and destroyed them.
Zafar is a short-range, anti-ship, radar-guided missile capable of hitting and destroying small and medium-sized targets with high precision."Zafar" appears to be some kind of subtype from Iran's smaller AShM types, which are based on Chinese types.
There seems to be a ramping up of defense reporting in Iranian media, in the run-up to the upcoming nuclear talks in Kazakhstan.
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