Iran - "The U.S. naval forces are under constant surveillance and the fleet could be destroyed within three days"
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Iran vows missile exports to its neighbors to drive U.S. from the region
Iran will provide missile systems to regional allies, an Iranian military commander said last week on Al-Alam television.
The Nov. 9 report on Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps military exercises quoted IRGC Commander Brig-Gen Yahya Rahim-Safavi as saying Iran was now producing both ballistic and cruise missiles, including 2,000 kilometer Shihab-3 missiles and 300 kilometer, shore-based and sea-based anti-ship cruise missiles.
“We had Scud-B and Scud-C missiles during the war and we acquired them from some foreign countries, like North Korea, but 17 years after that war, we were able to manufacture all of these spare parts and all these supplies, including fuel, especially Shahab-3 with a range of 2,000 km, and Shahab-2,” he said.