Soumar LACM bears the emblem of Iran's Aerospace Industries Organization (AIO).
The name of this Iranian LACM is also significant; apparently a reference to the town of Soumar in Iran, where virtually the entire population was killed by WMD attack and the city destroyed during the Iran-Iraq War. The town was never rebuilt, serving as a memorial similar to that of Oradour-sur-Glane, France. [see HERE]
Presumed further development would include air and ship-launched variants, increasing the potential reach of this cruise missile type.
Five examples of Soumar LACM, displayed by Iran’s Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics (MODAFL)
Detail of the Soumar LACM booster, similar in arrangement to the Soviet-era RK-55
Soumar LACM drop-down turbofan engine, similar in arrangement to the Soviet-era Kh-55
Video still of Soumar LACM test launch from mobile TEL
Video still of Soumar LACM launch, exiting box launcher
Video still of Soumar LACM, in flight
Graphic depicting possible targeting range of Soumar LACM
Photos: Islamic Republic of Iran News Agency and Press TV