Iran tests new anti-air missile defense
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Iran tests new anti-air missile defense

Tehrān : Iran | Sep 24, 2012 at 10:51 AM PDT
Source: NOW Lebanon
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Iran's Revolutionary Guards said it test fired on Monday medium-range surface-to-air missiles designed to knock attacking aircraft out of the sky at a range of 50 kilometers. The test of the new defense system, called Ra'ad (Thunder), was successful, according to a statement published on the Guards'... FULL ARTICLE AT NOW Lebanon
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Iranian Revolutionary Guard soldiers pose next to a display long-range surface-to-surface Shahab-3 missile in Tehran
Iranian Revolutionary Guard soldiers pose next to a display long-range surface-to-surface Shahab-3 missile in Tehran
 
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