Iran’s Army Furnished with New Drones
The Iranian Army Ground Force received an advanced drone that will be used for combat and reconnaissance missions along the country’s northeastern border, Tasnim news agency reports.
In a ceremony on Wednesday morning, the Army Ground Force took possession of three Mohajer-6 drones, a heavy aircraft designed for combat and reconnaissance with a broad operational range.
The homegrown pilotless plane, which had already provided to the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Ground Force, is expected to boost the Army Ground Force’s capabilities for border protection.
The newest generation of Mohajer drone can fly in a range of 2,000 kilometers, has a flight endurance of 24 hours, and is equipped with two smart bombs with pinpoint accuracy, dubbed Qaem.