Iran showcased different types of weapons including missiles, drones and loitering munitions, besides displaying a replica of its ‘Tactical Sayyad’ air defense system at the ongoing ARMY-2023 Forum in Moscow, Russia.
It is Tactical Sayyad’s debut at a foreign exhibition, signifying that it has successfully passed all tests and has become operational in Iran.
Iran’s Defense Ministry has put various products on display at the expo, including Balaban guided bomb, Qaem bomb, as well as Sadid, Almas, Toofan and Ababil missiles.
Ababil is a ground-to-ground ballistic missile that is equipped with an optical seeker and can hit even naval targets in a range of 86km.
Iran has also showcased the replicas of homegrown drones such as Mojajer-6, Karrar, Arash-2, and Shahed-129, Saba-248 helicopter, Yasin training jet, Zolfaqar missile-launching speedboat, and Fateh submarine.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force has also put on display a number of arms such as Zuhair ballistic missile, Sepehr-813 radar, Khordad 3rd air defense system, and Shahed-129 and Shahed-133 drones.