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Iran’s Navy cruise missiles experiment during drill


An Iranian Navy vessel fires cruise missiles during the Eqtedar-e Daryayi (Naval Strength) 99 exercise in the Sea of Oman on January 14, 2020. Iranian Navy cruise missiles, fired from the seashore and vessels during the second day of a large-scale military drill, have successfully hit mock targets in the North Indian Ocean and the defined exercise area. The operation took place on Thursday during the final stage of the Navy’s military drill in the Sea of Oman, codenamed Eqtedar-e Daryayi (Naval Strength) 99.  Deputy Navy Commander for Coordination Rear Admiral Hamzeh-Ali Kaviani, the spokesman for the maneuver, said…

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