Iran's new super WEAPONS
Iran announces successful test of radar-evading aircraft
Iran has successfully tested a radar-evading aircraft, a commander said on Sunday, in the country's latest announcement of technological advances as it marks the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution.
The semi-official Fars News Agency, citing senior air force official Aziz Nasirzadeh, said the prototype of a radar-evading aircraft named Swordfish had been test-flown.
Sophisticated Anti-Armor and Anti-Chopper Missiles Production Line Inaugurated
On the sixth day of Ten-day Dawn ceremonies, the production line of sophisticated anti-armor Tufan-5 and anti-chopper Qa’em missiles was inaugurated.
According to IRNA Iranian Defense Minister, Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi, said that Tufan-5 is one of the most advanced anti-armor missiles which can destroy armored cars, tanks and carriers penetrating deeply into them.
Explaining the characteristics of the guided anti-chopper Qa’em missile, Iranian defense minister said that this semi-heavy missile is able to destroy aerial aims having low speed and flying in low height especially offensive helicopters equipped with quasi-armor coverings.
The guided Qa’em missile is also fully resistant against electronic warfare
X-RAY GLASSES: NEW SECURITY DEVISE.
X-Ray Specs "See the bones in your hand, see through clothes!" featured an illustration of a young man using the X-Ray Specs to examine the bones in his hand while a voluptuous (but fully-dressed) woman stood in the background, as though awaiting her turn to be "x-rayed."
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