Iran starts mass production of a Domestically Built new missile capable of destroying Drones


Iran starts Mass Production of the Missile Syed - 2JNN 12 Nov 2013 TEHRAN – Iran inaugurated the production line of a new domestically manufactured missile, named the Sayyad-2, during a ceremony in Tehran on Saturday. 

The Sayyad-2 is a medium-range missile which is capable of destroying various types of helicopters, drones, and other targets at high altitudes, Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan told reporters on the sidelines of the ceremony.

It is a high-speed and solid-fuel missile, he added.

It was announced in August that Iranian experts had upgraded the Russian-made long-range medium-to-high altitude surface-to-air S-200 missile system by installing Sayyad-2 missiles on the system.

Iran had earlier unveiled Sayyad 1 surface-to-air missile which is capable of destroying targets with low Radar Cross Section (RCS) at low and medium altitudes, according to the Fars News Agency. The system enjoys the capability to defuse jamming and electronic warfare attacks.

Dehqan also announced that the research work on the Talash air-defense missile system had been accomplished.

The Talash system were designed to track the targets of the Sayyad-2 missile and will soon be mass produced, he said.

 

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