Enemies thirsty for Iran’s military info: Cmdr.

TEHRAN, Sep. 05 (MNA) – Commander of Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base has said if an aircraft wants to intrude Iran using unusual techniques, indicates the enemies’ thirst for Iran’s political and military information.

On the sidelines of Malek-e-Ashtar military festival held in Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base earlier today, Amir-Farzad Esmaili told the reporters that, “this festival is not only about human resources but also about the extent of Iran’s air defense.”

“One of the highlights of the festival has been the correction of radar routes and possible defects have been rectified by our researchers,” added Esmaeili.

In response to a question on the possibility of entering Iran’s airspace by sticking an aircraft under other airplanes, Esmaeili asserted that, “identifying such aircrafts would be much easier than spotting military people who try to cross the country in an airplane; something which we accomplished last year and we forced the plane to land.”

“Regardless of the number of their satellites, enemies still admit that they need to visit our military centers; however, by approaching Iran’s borders, their regional drones including MQ1 or RQ170 are forced to fly away after receiving warnings,” underlined Esmaeili.

Commander of Khatam al-Anbia Air Defense Base concluded that, “Iran’s Air Defense belongs to the people and is to give enemies a powerful slap across the face.”


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