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Moscow (Voice of Russia) Jan 01, 2013
Iran's Navy has developed a missile launching system which aims to increase the precision and range of anti-ship missiles.
Commander of Iran Navy Rear-Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said that the missile system could be installed on all vessels and announced that it would become operational in the near future.
Given that all naval units are equipped with short-range and medium-range surface-to-surface Cruise missiles, using the new system will be a major move towards improving the missile capabilities of these units at sea.
Source: Voice of Russia
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