TEHRAN – The new methods that Iran has employed to boost its capabilities and the new military equipment being used by the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) have completed the IRGC Navy’s geometry of power, the IRGC chief says.
Major General Hussein Salami unveiled a series of new military watercraft and missiles that joined the IRGC Navy in Iran’s southern port city of Bandar Abbas.
He said it is highly important to rejuvenate the components of power. Gen. Salami said the induction of smart subsurface equipment to the IRGC Navy has completed the geometry of its power over sea, under sea and on the coast.
The top commander said the world’s arrogant powers understand only the language of force, which is why Iran has to enhance its power to protect its security in all fields.
He also hailed the Iranian scientists’ success in enhancing the country’s capabilities by sending satellites into space and manufacturing smart subsurface systems, which has helped cut off the hands of aggressors and enemies.
The IRGC combat forces on Tuesday took delivery a large number of new warfare, including missile systems and vessels with special operational capabilities.
The new speedboats delivered to the IRGC can reach a velocity of 95 knots, launch missiles and rockets, and carry out reconnaissance missions.
The IRGC Navy also received new missiles, whose range has been extended and which are maneuverable and used in electronic warfare.