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Diverse missile inventory is indecisive This two-part analysis of Iran's miltary capability is reprinted with permission of the United States Institute of Peace. Tomorrow: A guerilla force in Gulf waters Iran has the largest and most diverse
Israel's Defense Ministry says a joint exercise with U.S. forces has successfully tested the Arrow anti-missile system for the first time. The system is meant to defend Israel from the threat of an Iranian strike. The ministry said Monday the test
The exercise comes at a time of heightened tension with the West after the UN nuclear watchdog revealed on Friday that the Islamic republic was building a second uranium enrichment plant. The Guards on Sunday launched the missile manoeuvres marking "
Air Force commander said that growing threats to national security interests means the military can't take missile defense seriously enough...Kenneth Todorov told the Defense Department's American Forces Press Service that the military needed to
Iran Iran's navy said Monday it test-fired a range of weapons during ongoing maneuvers near the Strait of Hormuz, the passageway for one-fifth of the world's oil supply...Amir Rastgari, spokesman for the exercise, as saying the Iranian-made air
Footage from state-run Press TV showed a missile on a rocket launcher in a desert area being fired into the air, before seemingly falling somewhere over the horizon...The defense ministry plans to have all home-made missiles with "this new capability,
Iran said Saturday that it had successfully test-fired an upgraded version of a short-range ballistic missile with improved accuracy, increasing its capacity to strike land and naval targets...Ahmad Vahidi, said the missile, the solid-fueled Fateh-
Iran (AP) — Iran claimed Saturday it has successfully test-fired an upgraded version of a short-range ballistic missile with improved accuracy, increasing the Islamic Republic's capability to strike both land and naval targets.
FoxNews.com The United States has reportedly bolstered its air and naval presence in the Persian Gulf as Iran is in the middle of a three day series of missile tests aimed at mock foreign bases. The buildup is to strengthen the US' position at the
Fars said the salvos included the so-called Shahab-3 missile. It quoted a leading officer as saying the missiles travelled distances of up to 1,300 kilometers, or 800 miles. "So far, we have launched missiles from 300 to 1,300