Iran introduced its hypersonic missile, “Fattah, ” developed domestically
WANA (Jun 6) – Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Force has revealed a new hypersonic missile called Fattah (Conqueror).
On Tuesday morning, Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi, Chief Commander of the IRGC Major General Hossein Salami, and Commander of the IRGC Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh held an unveiling ceremony.
The Iranian hypersonic missile has a range of 1,400km and can penetrate any anti-missile defence.
This precise missile can easily manoeuvre while remaining undetected by radar systems.
“This knowledge (missile making) and science and defence, missile and military industries have been indigenous in our country. It is not an importing tec, so threats can not remove this advanced knowledge and industry.” President Raisi said.
Hajizadeh: “Fattah” cannot be destroyed
Hajizadeh, commander of the Aerospace Force of the Revolutionary Guards, pointed out these points during the presentation of the hypersonic missile:
- ” At a distance of 1400 kilometres, we can accurately prove any target we want, and no anti-missile system can deal with it.”
- “The missile that was unveiled today is unique in the world in such a way that with the unveiling of this missile, Iran became one of the four countries that have this technology.”
- “Due to its technology, there is no anti-missile for the Fatah missile, while there are anti-missiles for other weapons such as tanks, ships, aeroplanes, etc., and anti-missiles have even been made for other missiles.”
- “Any missile cannot destroy a “Fattah” missile due to its movement in different directions and heights because anti-missile projectiles move according to a specific vector with a low speed.”