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The latest news about Iran’s air defence capabilities

Iran holds nationwide aerial drills

The Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force is holding massive nationwide drills involving bombers, jet fighters, and attack and surveillance drones.

Iran’s Army, IRGC Begin Joint Air Defense Drills

Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and the Iranian Army have kicked off a joint air defense war game in central Iran.

Iran to hold new air defense military drill

Iranian armed forces are going to hold an air defense drill code-named “Defenders of Velayat Sky 1400”.

Iran Leader Appoints New Air Force Commander

The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, has issued an order, appointing brigadier general Hamid Vahedi as the commander of the Iranian Air Force.

“Iran Capable of Destroying Airborne Targets at 200km Range”

The commander of the Iranian army’s air defense force says the country is equipped with systems that can destroy targets at a range of more than 200 kilometers.

Top military commander: Iran skies safer than ever

The commander of the Iranian Army's Air Defense Force has described the Islamic Republic's airspace as safer than ever before.

IRGC Blames Ukrainian Plane Disaster on US Adventurism

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has paid tribute to the victims of a Ukrainian jetliner that went down near Tehran a year ago, blaming the air disaster on the US government’s terrorist-style adventurism.

Iranian Army, IRGC Start Massive Air Defence Exercises

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s Air Defense units launched a large-scale military exercise covering more than half of the country’s territories.

Iran Warns Americans to Leave Army Maneuver Zone

The Iranian military says it has warned the US to take its drones out of the area in which the army is conducting a military exercise.

Iran Has Homegrown Radars with Range of 3,000 km: Top General

A senior Iranian military official says the country is in possession of radars capable of spotting targets as far as 3,000 kilometres away.