The Ground Forces of the Iranian Army have successfully test-fired two short-range missiles during a day-long military exercise in the central city of Kashan. The Thursday maneuver was aimed at maintaining the preparedness and enhancing the defensive capabilities of the forces’ rocket-launching and missile units.
The indigenous Nazeat 10 and Fajr 5 hit their targets during the latest missile exercise of the Ground Forces.
Fajr 5 is a 333 mm surface-to-surface artillery rocket. The missile has a maximum range of 75 kilometers.
Nazeat 10 is also a middle-range ballistic missile with a range of about 100 kilometers.