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DIMDEX 2022: Iran showcases CM-300 anti-ship missile and send IRIS Shahid Nazeri.

| 2022

At the 11th DIMDEX (Doha International Maritime Defence Exhibition & Conference), which takes place from 21 to 23 March, the Iranian Ministry of Defense showcased CM-300 anti-ship cruise missile.

Russian Vyborg Shipyard laid the Purga ice class coastguard ship of project 23550 925 001 CM-300 Missile, Doha, Qatar. (Picture source: Navy Recognition)

CM-300 Missile is an anti-ship cruise missile with a max range of 300 km and is able to be launched from warship and truck to destroy medium and big warships.

The system composition is a mobile launch truck, a launch container, an MFCD Console, a power supply, and elevating, leveling, and rotating equipment.

The CM-300 missile has a minimum range of 15 km, a length of 6843 mm, and a diameter of 360 mm. It is powered by a solid booster and turbojet and can reach a target velocity of 30 knots.

On the occasion of DIMDEX 2022, the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy also sent the Shahid Nazeri class IRIS Shahid Nazeri to Hamad Port in Qatar.

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