Iran is building a tunnel to store missiles in eastern Syria, near the border with Iraq, according to satellite imagery revealed by Israeli intelligence company "ImageSat" on Tuesday. According to the report released by the company, the tunnel is being used to store missiles and long-range weapons and is located at Imam Ali Air Force Base.
The tunnel is estimated to be approximately 121 meters long, 4.5 meters wide and 4 meters deep. The report also showed that construction of the underground base and border crossing will allow Iranians to transfer equipment, weapons, and fighters easily across the Iraq-Syria border. arutzsheva
|Photo released by the U.S. State Department of Iranian missile |
parts seized in the Arabian Sea on November 25, 2019
First Photos of 'Sophisticated Iranian Weapons' Seized en Route to Yemen
'Significant hoard' captured in the Arabian Sea is further proof of Tehran's efforts to inflame conflict in the region, top U.S. official says. haaretz
World's Fastest Supersonic Cruise Missile, developed by Russia and India, Is Sold to Philippines (what are they going to do with this?)
The Philippines is on course to become the first foreign nation to acquire BrahMos, the world’s fastest supersonic cruise missile, which was jointly developed by India and Russia, according to a report. “As far as the Philippines Army is concerned, the consensus on the BrahMos system is a done deal,” a source familiar with the talks told the Hindustan Times.