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April 5, 2006

Iran Goes Disney With Stealth MIRV Platform, Underwater Missles, And - Now A 'Flying Boat'?

Via Captain Ed, we learn that the imagination continues to run wild in the Iranian mullahcracy - with (in addition to their religious dogma) the Iranians having announced successful tests, unverified by outside sources, of a stealth MIRV platform, a sonar-evading underwater missile that travels so fast that the cavitation alone would make it easily identified, and now a stealth 'flying boat', which they insist cannot be detected by radar.

Apparently, the Revolutionary Guards, the elite branch of Iran's military, have been holding their maneuvers -- code-named the "Great Prophet" - since Friday, touting what they call domestically built technological advances in their armed forces. If these people weren't so dangerous, they'd be nothing less than comical. It's hard to believe that these people are adults, they're more like children living in a child's world.

Companion post at Hyscience

Posted by Richard at April 5, 2006 12:24 PM

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