Abu Musa (IP) - The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Navy staged a military drill in the Persian Gulf to manifest its defense of Iran's territorial integrity.

Iran PressIran news: On Wednesday, the military drill of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commenced, focusing on Abu Musa Island in the eastern Persian Gulf, which is located 70 kilometers south of Bandar-e Shenas. 

The Persian Gulf drill began with high-ranking officials such as IRGC Commander-in-Chief Major General Hossein Salami, IRGC Navy Commander Admiral Alireza Tangsiri, and other Iranian Armed Forces commanders and officials on Abu Musa Island—the drill aimed to ensure the solid defense of the islands in the Persian Gulf.

The drill is titled Shahid Eshaq Dara and is designed to demonstrate the power and readiness of the IRGC Navy in safeguarding the security of Persian Gulf islands. It involves various exercises and scenarios carried out by naval, missile, and UAV combat units and air-sea, jungle, and rapid response teams. Its primary objective is to showcase the defense capabilities and preparations of the IRGC Navy.

Imam Hussain Battalions of Hormozgan Province and Basij Marine participated in the drill with the support of the IRGC Aerospace Force.


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