Revolutionary Guard official: Iran's missiles almost 100% accurate

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October 28, 2009 11:56


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"We have developed our capabilities to the highest degree," senior Revolutionary Guard official Ali Fadavi was quoted by Army Radio as saying. Fadavi, a high-ranking navy commander, announced on Tuesday that Iran had successfully shattered the superiority of world powers in the field of military technology by developing precise ballistic capabilities, as well speedy warships to carry and fire missiles. Iran had acquired "the technology for firing missiles from surface and subsurface speed vessels with maximum precision targeting capability and minimum deviation," he was quoted by the Iranian Fars news agency as saying. According to the Fars report, Fadavi added that the Revolutionary Guard was monitoring moves by Iran's enemies meticulously.

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