Iran’s Manhattan Project: Stealth Missile
Iran’s nuclear weapons programs are on track, and the international community doesn’t seem to have the will to do anything about it.
Today they tested their latest delivery system—a multiple warhead stealth missile: Iran fires missile that can evade radar-TV.
TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran’s Revolutionary Guards on Friday successfully test fired a home-made missile which can evade radar, state television reported.
“Iran successfully test fired a home-made Fajr-3 missile,” Hossein Salami, a senior Revolutionary Guards commander, was quoted as saying on state television.
The missile was tested as part of a week of naval wargames that started on Friday and were due to take place in the Gulf and Sea of Oman. Previous models of the Fajr range of missiles have been described as a land-based weapons system for use against ships.
“This missile, with the capacity of evading radar, can attack several targets simultaneously,” he said, adding the missile was newly developed.
State media described the missile as one of a “new generation”. Iran has previously said it had successfully tested missiles carrying the Fajr (Dawn) name. The range of the new missile was not immediately clear but Salami said it had greater tactical and technical capabilities, state television reported. It also said the missile could not be hit by anti-missile rockets.