Iran’s Armed Forces have unveiled new military hardware, including drones and missiles, during an exhibition ahead of the 40th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The achievements were displayed during Eqtedar 40 Exhibition at Imam Khomeini Grand Prayer Grounds in Tehran, Fars news agency reported on Wednesday.
The drones unveiled included the country’s newest one, Kaman-12. The aircraft can fly at 200 kilometers per hour for 10 straight hours.
It can use an airstrip as short as 400 meters and covers a 1,000-kilometer combat radius.
The UAV weighs 450 kilograms and can carry a payload as heavy as 100 kilograms.
Among the other drones were a renovated Shahed-129, which is capable of carrying out surveillance, reconnaissance, and combat operations using bombs and missiles.