Iran to unveil a robot for military purposes which can carry and launch missiles

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Iran to unveil a robot for military purposes which can carry and launch missiles.
Iranian Ground Force Commander Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan announced the country's plans to unveil a robot designed and built for military purposes which can carry loads and launch missiles at hostile targets.
     
Iranian Ground Force Commander Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan announced the country's plans to unveil a robot designed and built for military purposes which can carry loads and launch missiles at hostile targets. Iranian Ground Force Commander Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan
     
An armed 4*4 robot will be unveiled (on April 18 on the occasion of the Army Day in Iran) which is capable of carrying two missiles and 600kg of loads," Pourdastan said in a press conference in Tehran on Sunday.

He also said that an ultra-light track vehicle which can travel at a maximum speed of 100km in bumpy roads and 130km in graveled roads will be unveiled on the Army Day.

In relevant remarks on Saturday, Pourdastan said that five new Iran-made weapons would go on display to the public on Wednesday.

Gen. Pourdastan said "a 23mm sniper rifle, a wheeled tank with a 90mm caliber cannon and three other achievements" would be unveiled on Wednesday.

The General stressed that Iran develops weapons based on the type and intensity of enemies' threats to the country. "We monitor enemy's threats and develop capacities accordingly in a bid to make those threatening us regret their action."
 

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