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Karrar (UCAV)

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The Karrar (کرار karrār, "striker" is an Iranian unmanned combat air vehicle and used by the military of Iran. It is a derivative of the American 1970s-era Beechcraft MQM-107 Streaker UAV. Unlike normal UCAVs, which choose a low speed for long loiter time, the Karrar has to bomb targets at high speed since it is derived from a high speed target drone. It is the first long-range unmanned aerial vehicle manufactured in Iran. It has possibly been exported to pro-Iranian militias in the Middle East and has seen combat use in the Syrian Civil War. [1]

13 relations: Aerospace Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, Equipment of the Iranian Army, H-110 Sarir (UCAV), Hezbollah armed strength, Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company, Karrar, List of military equipment manufactured in Iran, List of unmanned aerial vehicles, Mersad, Shahed 129, Target drone, The Nightmare of the Vultures, Unmanned combat aerial vehicle.

Aerospace Force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps

The Aerospace Force of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution (AFAGIR), known in the United States as the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Aerospace Force (IRGC AF), is the air force within the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

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Equipment of the Iranian Army

From 1925 to the Iranian Revolution in 1979, Iran was mostly equipped with Western hardware.

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H-110 Sarir (UCAV)

The H-110 Sarir (Persian: سریر, meaning "Throne") is an Iranian UAV which was unveiled in a ceremony in April 2013 by IRIA.

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Hezbollah armed strength

Hezbollah has the armed strength of a medium-sized army.

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Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company

Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company (HESA), (fa), is an Iranian aircraft production company.

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Karrar

Karrar may refer to.

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List of military equipment manufactured in Iran

In recent years, the Iranian government states that it has self-sufficiency in essential military hardware and defense systems.

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List of unmanned aerial vehicles

The following is a list of unmanned aerial vehicles developed and operated in various countries around the world.

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Mersad

Mersad (Persian: Ambush) is an Iranian advanced low to mid range air defense system developed in 2010.

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Shahed 129

The Shahed 129 (شاهد ۱۲۹, English: "Eye-Witness") is an Iranian Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle (UCAV) first publicly unveiled in September 2012.

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Target drone

A target drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle, generally remote controlled, usually used in the training of anti-aircraft crews.

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The Nightmare of the Vultures

The Nightmare of the Vultures (fa) is a documentary of drones and a simulated drone attack that was shown Iranian state TV on 7 February 2014.

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Unmanned combat aerial vehicle

An unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV), also known as a combat drone or simply a drone, is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that usually carries aircraft ordnance such as missiles and is used for drone strikes.

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Karar Bomber, Karrar (UAV).

References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karrar_(UCAV)

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