The Iranian military has unveiled indigenous simulators for the Shahin (Hawk) and Skyguard missile defense systems.
The simulators are developed and manufactured by Iranian experts at the Khatam ul-Anbiya Air Defense Base to enable air defense trainees to experience actual electronic war conditions, reported Press TV.
The Iranian version of simulators has been upgraded and is faster and more accurate than the actual systems, said the commander of the Khatam al-Anbiya Air Defense Base, Brigadier General
"Before designing and building these simulators, we had to set up a complete air defense system with all its tracking and detection radars, and even its missile launchers and about 150 people from our operational networks so that others would use the system for training, but today with the help of these simulators we are able to give instructions in a real condition," he added.
These simulators are capable of assessing the users' performance in confronting air attack situations. The instructors control the situation and are able to simulate different aerial targets such as various types of missiles, aircraft, choppers and drones.
Countering enemy aggression
Another high-ranking Iranian military official said the
"The US and its allies' enmity toward the Islamic Revolution is not hypothetical, but rather it is a tangible animosity whose physical manifestation will be in the sea," Commander of the IRGC Navy Admiral
He added, "They [
Fadavi further noted that the need to confront US naval forces prompted the IRGC to start building smart vessels several years ago, and set up the
"In light of the development in defense tactics and strategies, we have reached a considerable level of preparedness, more than any other time, to accomplish hard missions," he said.
Fadavi underlined that the
In recent years,
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