Iran tested radar systems designed to find and intercept unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), as part of a military drill around nuclear facilities in southern Iran, the Fars News Agency reported Thursday.
The drill commenced on Monday and ended on Thursday.
According to the report, the Revolutionary Guards' aerial defense forces managed to destroy targets simulating drones and enemy jets trying to infiltrate the drill's designated aerial space.
Iran's anti-aircraft forces also trained on intercepting cruise missiles. The report stated that the successful air defense maneuvers were the last stage of a drill that commenced on Monday.
On Monday, Tehran announced that its air defense forces launched a drill simulating an enemy attack on the Islamic Republic's nuclear facilities. The drill began in the Bushehr region.
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