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Sep 23, 2020
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Iranian TV Report About New Additions To The IRGC Navy's UAV Arsenal

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Source: Channel 1 (Iran)

On September 23, 2020, Channel 1 (Iran) aired a report about the IRGC Navy's drone array. The reporter said that 188 drones, including Mohajer-6, Sepehr, Shahab-2, and Hodhod models, have been added to the IRGC Navy's UAV arsenal. Explaining that these drones will be used to thwart the schemes of Iran's enemies, he said that Mohajer-6 has a range of 200 kilometers, can carry four missiles, and can operate in all weather conditions. The reporter also said that the Sepehr drone has vertical flight capabilities.

Narrator: "Securing the country's maritime borders using advanced Iranian unmanned aerial vehicles. 188 combat attack UAVs for security and reconnaissance were added to the IRGC navy. One of these UAVs that will strike fear in the heart of the enemy is the Mohajer-6. This UAV has a range of 200 kilometers, can carry four missiles, and can run operations in all weather conditions."

Captain Ali Ghorbani: "This system can fly for a long time, and it is capable of identifying and destroying targets on shore and at sea."

Narrator: "Today, the Sepehr UAV system, which has vertical flight capabilities, was revealed, along with the Shahab-2 and Hodhod systems."

General Alireza Tangsiri: "They increase the range of our operational vessels, and provide us with better visibility than we have from the vessels themselves."

Narrator: "This is the result of the determination and willpower of young Iranian experts. This determination and willpower will now bear fruit in thwarting the enemy's schemes."

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