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US vs Iran

Hybrid War

Iranian Surface-to Air Systems

At the start of the air campaign, the US air force has to establish its air superiority over Iranian territory. This means that it has to neutralize Iranian air defences. No-one really knows how many of each missiles Iran actually posses. No-one even knows if these are all that Iran has. From what is presented at the military parades and various sources one can say with certainty that Iran currently has the following systems.

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    S-300

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    SA-6 Gainful

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    Locally made Ghareh (S-200 / SA-5)

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    Sayad (locally made/upgraded SA-2)

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    Shahab Sagheb (copy of Feimeng 90)

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    Rapier

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    Tiger II

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    Locally made triple AAA

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    I-Hawk

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    ZSU-23-4 (Russian / Ukrainian)

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    RBS-70 (Swedish)

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    Misagh-1 (Locally made Shoulder fired SAM)

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    Missagh-2 (Locally madeShoulder fired SAM)

S-300PMU (NATO SA-10C GRUMBLE)

TYPE

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    SURFACE TO AIR MISSILE

WARHEAD

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    220 LB. CONVENTIONAL HIGH EXPLOSIVE OR 2 KILOTON NUCLEAR

RANGE

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    50 MILES

WING SPAN -

3.4 FEET

BODY DIA. -

1.47 FEET

LENGTH WEIGHT ENGINE

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    22.9 FEET

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    3,262 POUNDS

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    SINGLE STAGE SOLID ROCKET

GUIDANCE - SECURE COMMAND GUIDANCE FLAP LID

RADAR SPEED

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    MACH 5

ALMAZ NPO

MOSCOW, RUSSIA

“The mobile S-300 was initially developed to defend Moscow in a ring of fixed sites. In the late 1980s a mobile version of the SA-10 was completed. This version of the weapon is carried and vertically launched from a dedicated four-round capacity transporter-erector launcher vehicle. The Russian version is based on the MAZ-7910 8 x 8 truck chassis. The SA-10 mobile missile battery comprises the combined FLAP LID B radar and command guidance system mounted on a MAZ-7910 and up to 12 mobile SA-10 launch units, each

Dr. Abbas Bakhtiar

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