Monday, December 5, 2022

Photos: New Iranian Mohajer-6 unmanned combat aerial vehicles

The Mohajer-6 is the last generation of Mohajer family drones which are designed by Ghods UAV Industries company and produced by Iranian Aircraft Manufacturing Industries (IAMI)  since 1981.

That was reported by Babak Taghvaee.

Mohajer-6 UCAV is designed and manufactured on basis of lessons learnt from Drone operations in Iraq and Syria during the war against ISIL/ DAESH.


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Mohajer-6 UCAV is now a complementary UCAV for the Shahed-129 Medium-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle. Mohajer-6 has lesser range and flight endurance with ability to carry only two Qaem IR/ TV-Guided smart bombs while Shahed-129 with longer range can carry four Sadid smart bombs.

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As usual, IRGC has budget and financial capability to procure a large number of Iranian made drones. Yesterday, during an official ceremony the first batch of ten Mohajer-5 UCAVs with 100 Qaem Smart bombs were handed over IRGC-Ground Force. IRGC Navy is the second customer of the drone with an order for 30 examples!

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