Iran fires missile that can evade radar: TV
Tehran, Mar 31: Iran's Revolutionary Guards successfully test fired today a home-made missile which can evade radar as part of naval wargames, state television reported.
''Iran successfully test fired a home-made Fajr-3 missile,'' Hossein Salami, a senior Revolutionary Guards commander, told state television.
''This missile, with the capacity of evading radar, can attack several targets simultaneously,'' he said, adding the missile was newly developed.
It was tested as part of a week of naval wargames that started today and was due to take place in the Gulf and Sea of Oman. Earlier, naval officials had said the wargames would start by firing a Shahab-2 missile, which experts say has a range of about 700 km.