Army Starts Drills

Army Starts Drills Army Starts Drills

The Army's ground force launched a military exercise in the central regions on Wednesday to test the latest homegrown weapons. The war game, codenamed Beit-ul-Moqaddas 29, is being held in Nasrabad region in the central province of Isfahan, with the participation of various units including the infantry, armored units, artillery, rapid response forces, elite commandos of the 65th Brigade, drone units as well as choppers from the Ground Force Airborne Unit, Tasnim News Agency reported.  One goal of the games is to test the latest military equipment and weapons manufactured inside the country. The drill is held on the anniversary of liberation of Khorramshahr, a city in southwestern Iran which had been occupied by Iraq's Ba'athist army in the early 1980s. The oil-rich city was liberated by Iran's armed forces on May 24, 1982.


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