Iranian Invents Fragrance to Deceive Enemies in Battlefield

An Iranian innovator said he has invented a fragrance-making and spraying device to deceive enemies in the battlefield by camouflaging the gunpowder smelt in the area.

Mohammad Sadeh Pir-Tavana, the inventor of the aroma producing and spraying device, told FNA on Monday that his invention pumps and spreads the smell of fresh air, rainy weather, seaside weather and tea fragrance in vast areas to change the smell of the battlefield, specially in those areas where the two sides are not deployed classically and the two warring parties should analyze various battlefield specifications, including the smell of the gunpowder, to realize if there has been any armed force or engagement there.

“The ‘Deceit Perfume’ is considered as a highly effective and strategic weapon for civil defense, and for pushing back enemy threats, surprise attacks and offenses,” Sadeh Pir-Tavana said.

Noting that the enemy can realize the presence of military forces by smelling the fragrance of food, fire or gunpowder, he said, “In this strategic project of the Armed Forces, four samples of smells like the fresh air, rainy weather, seaside and tea have been produced.”

Sadeh Pir-Tavana reiterated that the seaside smell can be used by the Navy and the tea fragrance can be utilized by the police officers for deceiving the criminals on the crime scene.

In recent years, Iran has made great achievements in the defense sector and gained self-sufficiency in essential military hardware and defense systems.

The country has repeatedly made it clear that its military might is merely based on the state’s defense doctrine of deterrence and that it poses no threat to other countries.

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