Iran Unveils ‘Stealth’ Version Of Khorramshahr Ballistic Missile

Khorramshahr and Sejil missiles, left to right.

Credit: Photo by Morteza Nikoubazl/NurPhoto/Alamy stock photo
Iran unveiled a new version of the 2,000-km-range Khorramshahr liquid-fueled ballistic missile on May 24, claiming the latest variant is designed with stealth features to evade an enemy’s missile defenses. The “fourth-generation” of the Khorramshahr ballistic missile was named Kheibar—which is...

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