IRGC start military drills in Iran
The Ground Forces of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) have started military maneuvers in the Dasht-e Kavir desert.
Codenamed Payambar-e-A’azam (the Great Prophet) 11, the wargames got off the ground on Monday, with the motto of “demonstration of power and enduring stability.”
The maneuvers feature the IRGC’s drones as well as its artillery, air defense and infantry units, PressTV reported.
The exercises challenge the intelligence command and defensive preparedness of the IRGC’s elite servicemen against potential incursions.