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primarily as a controlled aerial target for anti-aircraft training. It can reach 300km/hr. It can be recovered by parachute if not destroyed by the anti-aircraft systems. Saeqeh-II is externally identical to Saeqeh-I, but has more elaborate controls. It can be set to penetrate enemy air defenses under remote (GPS) control as part of an air campaign; its range is 50km. Its ability to emit various radar and infrared signatures is useful in both training and offensive modes. Mohajer-II is a fully-capable unmanned recon aircraft, and can be used for surveillance, electronic counter-measures, and communications relay. It is launched by compressed nitrogen from a truck-mounted rail. It has an operational radius of 50km, a maximum speed of 180km/hr, and a ceiling of 11,000 feet. It can loiter two hours and lands by a parachute. Mohajer-III (Dorna) can be launched from a runway or by a rocket from a launch rail. It lacks GPS but has surveillance capabilities similar to the II and IV models. It has an operational radius of 100km, a speed of 180km/hr, and can loiter for three hours. Mohajer-IV (Hodhod) is the most modern and impressive Iranian UAV. It has impressive ECM systems, infrared cameras, real-time transmission, and can be programmed for a seven-hour flight. It has a radius of action of 150km.
Dr. Abbas Bakhtiar