Iran’s Shahab Family of Missiles

Posted: March 23, 2013 in Uncategorized

A detailed and visual report on Shahab family of missiles, their components and their capabilities.Shahab is considered Iran’s most important offense and defense platform that is comparable to Russian and Chinese ICBMs. Our Persian observers tell us this is the first public and full-spectrum report on this weapon that includes technical and visual elements and is not as far as we know based on foreign intelligence or Iranian opposition forces, considering Mashreghnews’s alleged affiliations with Iranian armed forces.

In the report 3 other missile families based on Shahab’s platform is discussed: Safir, Ghiyam and Sejjil. All Shahab-based missiles are reported to be ballistic and at the moment, said to be flying as far as 2000 Km and Sejjil series are solid fuel branches with aims to go beyond 2500 Km.

Based on the report, Zelzal and Fateh missiles particularly Zelzal which is Iran’s early-stage middle range offense-only ground to ground road-mobile system (previously reported in Cryptome as Iranian IRGC controlled missile set to allegedly attack U.S bases in the region) are only sharing solid fuel technology with Shahab,

 

 

Read more,

https://www.evernote.com/shard/s298/sh/7fcdd49c-dc5e-43e6-a857-1c442a3b5cbb/b7072c10c017b46360f014923f94c7cb?noteKey=b7072c10c017b46360f014923f94c7cb&noteGuid=7fcdd49c-dc5e-43e6-a857-1c442a3b5cbb

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