Iran Test-Fires New Supersonic Missile ‘Immune To Interception’

Iran’s Revolutionary Guard have test-fired a supersonic ballistic surface-to-sea missile capable of hitting warships and targets within a 300km range.



The missile, called Persian Gulf, is supersonic, immune to interception and features high precision systems, Chief Commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Brigadier General Mohammad Ali Jafari was reported as saying on Iranian state TV on Monday.

Jafari said the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps is currently manufacturing 500km stealth radars and has plans to mass-produce long-range passive radars with a range of 1,100km.

9:10AM GMT 08 Feb 2011

Source: The Telegraph



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