News ID: 275840
Published: 0139 GMT October 22, 2020

Iran joins club of countries with long range radars

Iran joins club of countries with long range radars

Iran joined the world club of countries that have long range radars, it was announced on Thursday.

Following the Ghadir, Moraqeb and Bashir radars could successfully identify their targets in the air during the drills named Modafean-e Aseman-e Velayat (Defenders of Velayat Skies), Iran joined the club of world top long range radar manufacturing countries, reported.

Ghadir radar system is a fully indigenous product designed and built by experts and elites at the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).

The system has a complicated technology to which just few world countries have access.

An official at IRGC aerospace force told reporters on the sidelines of the drills that installation of high-tech equipment will not cease.

The enemies will be surprised by the country's capabilities in due time, Fereydoun Mohammadi-Saqaei noted.

Few days ago, Navy Commander Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi had said that Iran has increased its marine capabilities which can today compete with their foreign types.

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