So many Iranian missiles, so little time.

In Iran, Uncategorized on November 14, 2009 at 9:34 pm

With a nuclear device strapped to  one of their current missiles what will Iran be able to do without a conscious?

Shahab-1 missile is rated at 120 miles respectively.  The Sajjil-2 missile is Iran’s most advanced two-stage surface-to-surface missile with a 1200 mile range.
Shahab-3 uses a combination of solid and liquid fuel in its most advanced form, which is also known as the Qadr-F1. It can carry a nuclear war head. Solid fuel is seen as a technological breakthrough for any missile program as solid fuel increases the accuracy of missiles in reaching targets.

Fateh, Tondar and Zelzal missiles, which have a range of 120 miles, 93 miles and 130 miles respectively.

Iran’s last known missile tests were in May when it fired its longest-range solid-fuel missile, Sajjil-2. Tehran said the two-stage surface-to-surface missile has a range of about 1,200 miles — capable of striking Israel, U.S. Mideast bases and southeastern Europe.

No country has ever built a military that they didn’t use.  Iran is getting close.  Will the United Nations react after the missiles are armed or wait till they are launched?


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