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Electronic Warfare Tactics Practiced in Iran’s Drill

Iranian air defense units attending a military exercise in the country’s central areas successfully performed electronic warfare tactics using a range of communication systems.

The air defense units from the Army and the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) on Tuesday exercised plans to counter the electronic warfare and cyber-attacks by employing various homegrown systems during the first day of the war game, codenamed ‘Guardians of Velayat Sky-1400’.

The air defense units also carried out radar jamming with specific drones.

Organizers say the exercise is aimed at boosting combat preparedness, strengthening deterrent power, evaluating homegrown air defense systems in countering various threats, practicing action against electronic warfare and cyberattacks, and boosting coordination among the Army and the IRGC’s command and control centers.

Participants in the drill employ modern technologies, exercise tactics to protect the sensitive centers and practice for defense against aerial threats, smart ammunition, cruise missiles, as well as drones and stealth aircraft.

Various types of homegrown missile systems, radars, electronic warfare equipment, and communication systems have been employed in the war game to practice countering aerial threats in low, medium and high altitudes.

Iran’s Air Defense holds annual war games in order to enhance capabilities to defend the country’s airspace.

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