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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - TEHRAN — Iran state TV on Monday aired a video made by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRCG) showing its newest "missile city" — a compound equipped with numerous systems for launching cruise and ballistic missiles of different ranges.
The new military installation was officially opened during a ceremony attended by high-ranking IRCG commanders and officers.
"The new systems and equipment make IRGC Navy capable of launching precision missiles from underground, launching naval mines with different ranges, firing at 360-degree(s), confronting electronic warfare, and increasing the range and destruction power in operations," reported Mehr, a semi-official Iranian news agency.
The "missile city" is mainly an underground facility, with the IRCG building several silos to house ballistic missiles. The compound has its own missile stockpile that is also located underground, according to the video.
The missile facility is also protected against electronic warfare attacks, the Iranian military claimed. All of the "city's" equipment has been produced and developed in Iran.
It is unclear if the new base features the recently revealed automated rapid transport and launch system that Iran developed domestically. The launcher, which can host up to four long-range ballistic missiles, was spotted in several of Iran's "missile city" compounds as Tehran showed off some of them.
"What we see today is a small section of the great and expansive missile capability of Revolutionary Guards' naval forces," Guards Commander Major General Hossein Salami said in the broadcast.
Iran, which routinely boasts of technological advances in its armed forces, has one of the biggest missile programs in the Middle East. — Agencies
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