Iranian Drone Technology

Israel and the U.S. became Covered in a Cold Sweat! Russia turns Iran into its Strategic Partner!

Oct. 16, 2022 - World experts began discussing the information that is actively disseminated by the Iranian media. In particular, Iranian journalists claim that cooperation between Russia and Iran in the supply of drones is expanding. At the moment, Iran is preparing to start supplying Russia with its more powerful drone ''Arash-2''. This drone is much more powerful and efficient than the drone ''Shahed-136'', which is now actively used in Ukraine. According to the Iranian military, ''Arash-2 drones are capable of easily wiping Israel off the face of the earth.'' According to Iran, Arash-2 has unique abilities that "can be restored several times." Apparently, we are talking about the fact that the drone can cancel the guidance of air defense missiles on it. Moreover, Arash-2 can also be used as a ballistic missile. Please help this channel to survive. Video by: BORZZIKMAN. Become a Patron -

These Iranian Drones Are A Game-Changer In Drone Technology and in Particular in Ukraine

Oct. 16, 2022

An Iranian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or drone flies during Iranian military exercises in 2020 near sensitive Gulf waters in the Strait of Hormuz - -

Iran's Arash; world's longest-range suicide drone with high precision

The World Is Shocked! Iran Has Developed A Drone Named ‘Arash 2’ Designed To Hit Israel’s Tel Aviv

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Iran’s Military Capability 2023: Iran’s Drone Power – Shahed 136 – Shahed 171 – Saegheh-2 – Karrar

Iran’s Drone Power – Shahed 136 – Shahed 171 – Saegheh-2 – Karrar

Shahed 129 UAV during an exhibition in Tehran

Oct. 16, 2022 - The advances of the Islamic Republic of Iran's drones in the last three decades have been remarkable, and Iran's drones, especially in the last decade, have shown their high value. During the past years, Iran's drone power has been accompanied by a significant jump by focusing on the quantity and quality of unmanned aerial vehicles. Today, it has ranked first in the region and has a special place among the countries with drone manufacturing technology. In the classification of drones, they can be divided into reconnaissance, combat, and suicide. Suicide drones are among the new types of unmanned aerial vehicles, which have very limited examples among the countries that have the technology to design and manufacture drones. In recent years, especially during the Nagorno-Karabakh war in 2020 and the Ukraine war in 2022, a wide range of Suicide drones have been used and have performed well. The Islamic Republic of Iran, in line with the development of various types of drones in dimensions and sizes, as well as various missions, has reached the technology of suicide drones for several years. Suicide drones have been displayed in the recent exercises of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps and the Islamic Republic Army, the last of which was the large drone exercise of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army in early September. Among the very effective and high-performance suicide drones is the Arash drone. With the unveiling of the Arash suicide drone by the Army in the exercise of December 2019, which has a range of about two thousand kilometers, the Islamic Republic of Iran made another world record in the field of special and modern drones. The Arash drone, which is a suicide and anti-radar drone, is known as the longest-range suicide drone in the world. This drone is more advanced than similar foreign drones and has significant capabilities. Arash UAV, which is referred to as a suicide drone to target the radars of the enemy's air defense system, has the ability to attack the sensitive and vital points of the enemy in a precise manner. Arash UAV, which is the developed type of Kian series UAV, is very similar to Kian 2 UAV in terms of shape, appearance and size. Arash UAV is actually developed based on the Kian series, and the Kian UAV family has two members, the first one is called Kian 1, and in 2014, the bird entered the combat organization of the Air Defense Force with the mission of being a target for testing radar systems.