Does Iran have cruise missiles?

Does Iran have cruise missiles?

On 2 February 2019 Iran unveiled the Hoveyzah Cruise Missile, a surface-to-surface missile with a claimed range of more than 1,350 kilometres during celebrations marking the 40th anniversary of the 1979 Islamic revolution….Soumar (missile)

Type Cruise missile
Place of origin Iran
Service history
In service 2012-present

How many missile Iran has?

Iran is widely estimated to have between 200 and 300 Shahab-1 and Shahab-2 missiles capable of reaching targets in neighboring countries.

Do Iran have missiles?

Iran has increased its arsenal of medium-range ballistic missiles that can strike targets as far away as 2,000 km (1242 miles). Iran has not yet developed longer-range missiles, but the Revolutionary Guards have warned that they might in the future.

Does Iran have long-range missiles?

Beginning with the Chinese supply of Silkworm systems in the mid-1980s, Iran has also deployed an array of short-, medium-, and long-range anti-ship missiles. Iran has provided the 35km-range Nasr and 120km-range Noor to Hizbullah, and more recently to the Houthis.

What types of missiles does Iran have?


Missile Name Class Range
Soumar Cruise Missile 2,000 – 3,000 km
Tondar 69 SRBM 150 km
Ya-Ali Land-Attack Cruise Missile 700 km
Zolfaghar SRBM 700 km

Does Iran have long range missiles?

How far can US missiles reach?

If fired on a more conventional “flatter” trajectory, the missile could have a maximum range of some 13,000km, putting all of the continental US in range.