Alireza Roudbari, a spokesman for the drills, dubbed Fada’eeyan-e Harim-e Velayat 1402, said the strategic Su-24 aircraft successfully bombarded mock enemy targets and the F4 jets then flew at low altitudes to fire upgraded indigenous Qassed missiles at the designated targets.
Roudbari said a range of missiles, including laser-guided, heat-seeking, and radar-guided ones, as well as various domestically-produced bombs and rockets were used in the drills.
F4 aircraft deployed flares to lighten up the battlefield and help identify targets.
And F14 aircraft drilled aerial fueling from a Boeing 707 tanker, he said.
The Iranian Air Force drill licked off in the central province of Esfahan on Sunday.