The Iranian Revolutionary Guard forces continued their maneuvers in the Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz, which began yesterday, the last phase of it.
According to the Iranian “Tasnim” agency, “The Air Force – Space in the Revolutionary Guard – reviewed some of its broad capabilities in facing the threats of the hypothetical enemy through the use of new tactics and equipment”.
The most prominent activity on this day is the launching of ballistic missiles from the depths of the ground camouflaged and completely hidden, and the guards pointed out that this “an important achievement that could pose serious challenges to enemy intelligence organizations in the event of a potential confrontation”.
In the maneuvers, Revolutionary Guards drones targeted a “model that simulates an enemy aircraft carrier and targeted the cockpit of this carrier”.
Successful missile combat operations were carried out by launching two surface-to-surface Hermes, Fateh and ballistic missiles at specific targets, as well as precision-fired air defense fire.
Iran sparked controversy recently after satellite images showed the Islamic Republic designing a fictitious stereoscopic version of US aircraft carrier and transporting it to the waters of the Strait of Hormuz for use in maneuvers.