Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) Ground Forces participated in the 4th day of the 'Mighty Iran' wargame in the northwest of Iran, in the Aras region.

Iran PressIran News: On the 4th day of the 'Mighty Iran' wargame, kicked off on Monday in the 'Aras' region along the northwestern boundaries in the provinces of Ardabil and East Azarbaijan, the IRGC special forces conducted heliborne operations, air strike and shelling to preplanned targets.

In the 'Mighty Iran' wargame, IRGC Ground Forces used Tank units,multiple-launch rocket systems, staged simulations of airborne landings, and the use of UAVs.

IRGC forces in the war game also seized the routes and heights controlled by the hypothetical enemy.

At the beginning of this phase, the IRGC ground force artillery destroyed the predetermined targets.

Today, the 122, 130, and 155 mm artillery, rocket launchers, and pinpointing missiles equipped with smart bullets are practiced.

After the artillery units exercise, the armored division of the IRGC Ground Force, including T-72 tanks and BMP-2 personnel carriers, destroyed their targets by executing a single armor and an encirclement maneuver using innovative pinpoint ammunition.

The tanks in this exercise are equipped with advanced fire control systems that can fire at night and a distance of 4 kilometers.

The troops have also combined operations, including security and defense tactics.

On the next stage of the fourth day of the IRGC ground force exercise, the Cobra and Mi-17 attack helicopters successfully destroyed the intended targets by conducting combat operations.

The first day of this exercise (the main stage of the movement) was held on Monday morning with the participation of the Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Major General Hossein Salami, Ground Force Commander Brigadier-General Mohammad Pakpour, and a group of other IRGC commanders in the Aras region in the north of East Azarbaijan province.

On the second day of the exercise, different kinds of tanks, artillery, armored vehicles, missile units, logistics vehicles, and other equipment were sent to the exercise area in the Aras region, and Brigadier-General Mohammad Pakpour visited the exercise area.

On the third day, the special forces of the IRGC practiced heliborne and airborne operations using Mi-17 helicopters in predetermined areas. They practiced taking control of the enemy's heights and communication roads to cut off the logistics routes.

The latest advanced, up-to-date, and modern IRGC Ground Force equipment are participating in the exercise.


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