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A handout picture provided by the Iranian Army’s official website on September 11, 2020, shows an Iranian Simorgh drone during the second day of a military exercise in the Gulf, near the strategic strait of Hormuz in southern Iran (Iranian Army office/AFP via Getty Images)
This handout image provided by the Iranian Army Office on November 7, 2021, shows Iranian soldiers participating in a military exercise on the shore of the southern Iranian Makran sea, is the coastal region of Baluchistan. (AFP)
Evacuation of the attack UAV Shahed-191 of the Aerospace Forces of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps after an emergency landing in the Kuhrang shahrestan of the Iranian province of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiariya.

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Israel has recently increased its threats to attack Iran's nuclear facilities. Which Iran has now answered with a large ballistic missile and drone attack against a mock up target that represents Israel's own Dimona nuclear facility. See the video below:

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Incredible accuracy:

The exercise also saw IRGCASF dropping Yasin glide bombs from Su-22s:







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More of Iran's Yasin glide bomb:

Yasin Satellite Guided Glide Bomb​

The missile named "Yasin" – named after a surah, or chapter, in the Koran – is a smart folding-wing missile that can be fired from a distance of 50 kilometers (30 miles) from manned or unmanned aircraft. In a ceremony in Tehran on 06 August 2019, Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami unveiled the new homegrown munitions, including the ‘Yaseen’ and ‘Balaban’ guided smart bombs. Yaseen is a smart, long-range guided bomb that can be used in all weather conditions, is mounted on various types of manned aircraft and drones, enjoys safety features, and could be used in the operations against the short- and long-range targets.

In August 1995, a major achievement for the IRGC Air Force was the re-operation of the Sukhoi 22 attack aircraft; The planes had been out of operation in Iran for years. With the re-operation of these variable-wing and supersonic birds, a new series of weapons was defined for them, one of which was the Yassin series guided bombs. At the time of the unveiling of these bombs, it was not clear that we were in fact facing Yassin because we were facing two winged bombs in front of the overhauled aircraft at the unveiling ceremony, but at the same time, many experts stated that Iran has acquired remote-controlled satellite bombs.

The bomb uses a 500-pound or 225-kilogram warhead and weighs about 300 kilograms with an increased range and accuracy, including wings and wings and navigation and guidance systems. Yassin, with its navigation systems and satellite guidance, achieves very high accuracy, which has been seen in the error of less than 10 meters in previous experiments.

Yasin is dropped from an IRGC-ASF Su-22M4, which has a targeting pod and additional cockpit screens for weapons employment.




Some interesting comments by CENTCOM commander McKenzie today in the following New Yorker article:

* “Iran can strike effectively across the breadth and depth of the Middle East. They could strike with accuracy, and they could strike with volume.”

* Tehran has achieved what McKenzie calls “overmatch”—a level of capability in which a country has weaponry that makes it extremely difficult to check or defeat.

* “Iran’s strategic capacity is now enormous,” McKenzie said. “They’ve got overmatch in the theatre—the ability to overwhelm.”

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New video of the ballistic missile exercise:

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Another day at the office for the IRGC:


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