Iran's latest ballistic missiles "Kheiber-Shekan" and "Emad-3" were unveiled on Friday during the Quds Day march.
'Kheiber-Shekan' is the world's longest-range tactical ballistic missile with a range of 1,450 km.
The 'Kheiber-Shekan' strategic missile is one of the long-range missiles of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), which has unique features.
The missile has solid fuel and in the landing phase, it has maneuverability to pass through the missile shield. Its weight has been reduced by one-third compared to similar models and its preparation and firing time has been reduced to one-sixth due to optimal design. Extreme agility and speed in hitting targets within a range of 1,450 km are other capabilities of this missile.
Extreme agility and speed in hitting targets within a range of 1,450 km are other capabilities of this missile.
This all-Iranian missile has been designed and built by the scientists of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Aerospace Force.