Iranian Army Bombing The Gulf Of Oman

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Iran’s military on Tuesday began a maneuver off the coast of the Gulf of Oman amid tensions with the US and Israel. The government TV channel here gave this information. This is a new series of military exercises by Iran following increased tension with increased pressure from the US on the nuclear program. According to reports, the commando troops and the soldiers who are being taken to the battlefield are taking part in this annual exercise.

Along with these, fighter aircraft, helicopters, military cargo planes are also part of the exercise. The entire exercise is being monitored by Abdul Rahim Mossavi, head of the National Army of Iran. It is noteworthy that Iran has stepped up military preparedness as part of a strategy to pressurize Joe Biden to be elected as the next president of the US. The deal separated America from the outgoing President Donald Trump.

Iran executes ‘Great Profit 15’ exercise

Biden said that the US could withdraw into this multilateral agreement to halt Iran’s nuclear program. Earlier on Saturday, Iran’s paramilitary force Revolutionary Guard and the Navy conducted the exercise on Thursday. Earlier, the Revolutionary Guard of Iran carried out the ‘Great Prophet 15’ exercise on Friday. During this time, dozens of missiles were fired simultaneously through a mobile launcher from the desert area.

During the exercise, Iran also demonstrated to the world a suicide drone that bombarded the enemy. Iran has conducted this test at a time when USS Nimitz, a nuclear-armed US aircraft carrier, is currently standing in the Indian Ocean. According to a US Fox TV report, a long-range Iranian missile fell just 20 miles from a merchant ship in the Indian Ocean. Not only this, the American aircraft carrier USS Nimitz was also present just 100 miles away. Senior US military officials said Iran frequently conducts missile tests and is not worried about it.

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