Apr 13, 2014

Iran Unveils 1st Home-Made Simulator for Mirage Fighters

Iran unveiled and launched its first home-made Mirage fighter jet simulator. The Mirage simulator system has been designed and built by Iranian engineers and all its parts have been produced domestically.
Military officials said the machine enjoys the capability to simulate flights in different weather conditions.
In January, Iran’s Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base unveiled simulators for anti-aircraft Hawk and Skyguard missile systems.
Iran has recently renewed and upgraded the weapons and defense systems of its air defense units.
Senior Iranian military officials announced in September 2010 that Iran gained self-sufficiency in manufacturing simulators, adding that the country possessed more than 800 home-made simulators then.
In August 2010, the Iranian Army started using two home-made Cobra Chopper simulators in an airborne base.
In recent years, Iran has made great achievements in the defense sector and gained self-sufficiency in manufacturing essential military hardware and defense systems.

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