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Post  Admin on Thu 15 Oct 2015, 10:19 pm

Iran Broadcasts Footage of Underground Missile Base
This image from an Oct. 14, 2015, broadcast on the Islamic Republic of Iran News Network reportedly shows missile launchers in an underground tunnel at an unknown location in Iran.
VOA News
Last updated on: October 14, 2015 3:11 PM

Iranian state television broadcast footage Wednesday of an underground tunnel packed with missiles and launcher units, just days after Iran test-fired a long-range ballistic missile.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard opened the doors of the facility to state television, which did not disclose the location of the site but said it was 500 meters underground.
The head of the Revolutionary Guard's aerospace division, Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, said the facility is an example of Iran's missile strength.  He said many such tunnels exist across the country
Iran missile ranges, 2015 (Elaine note see page for graphs)
The White House said Tuesday that Iran likely breached U.N. rules by testing its long-range ballistic missile.
But White House spokesman Josh Earnest said any violations by Iran of U.N. Security Council resolutions involving its ballistic missile activities are separate from the historic nuclear deal reached between Iran and world powers.
Iran announced Sunday it had successfully tested a new domestically produced long-range missile, which it said was the first that could be guided all the way to targets.
short 1.31 min video

Iran broadcasts footage of underground missile base

Published on 14 Oct 2015
Iran, 500 meter Underground secret missile base

Iranian state television broadcast unprecedented footage on Wednesday of a deep underground tunnel packed with missiles and launcher units, which officials said could be used if “enemies make a mistake”.

Iran reveals huge underground missile base with broadcast on state TV
3.58 min video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yz60uErrctY

Published on 15 Oct 2015
Military leader boasts on film of ‘new and advanced generation’ of missiles that can ‘erupt like a volcano from the depth of earth’
Iranian state television broadcast unprecedented footage on Wednesday of an underground tunnel packed with missiles and launcher units, which officials said could be used if “enemies make a mistake”.

The pictures were released just three days after Iran tested a new long-range missile that the US said may have breached a UN Security Council resolution.
The footage also came a day after Iran’s parliament approved the country’s 14 July nuclear deal with six world powers.
Iranian officials have said the nuclear agreement will not affect its military forces, particularly its ballistic missile programme.
The missile launch and underground footage followed pressure from lawmakers to prove the military had not been weakened by the deal.
The tunnel, hundreds of metres long and about 10 metres high, was filled with missiles and hardware.
Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the Islamic Republic’s Revolutionary Guards’ aerospace division, said numerous such tunnels existed across the country at a depth of 500 metres.
“The Islamic republic’s long-range missile bases are stationed and ready under the high mountains in all the country’s provinces and cities,” he said, according to the division’s website.
The commander said the missiles were ready to be launched from all over Iran, on the order of “the supreme commander-in-chief”, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
“This is a sample of our massive missile bases,” he said, adding that “a new and advanced generation of long-range liquid- and solid-fuel missiles” would start to replace existing weapons next year.
The commander seemed to suggest the show of strength was in response to western powers, especially the US, which despite the nuclear deal, have said options against Iran, including a military one, remained on the table.
“Those who pin hope on options on the table, should only have a look at the Islamic republic’s army options under the table.”
Hajizadeh said Iran would not start any war but “if enemies make a mistake, missile bases will erupt like a volcano from the depth of earth”.
The US on Tuesday said Tehran may have breached a Security Council resolution during Sunday’s test of the new Imad missile.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said there were “strong indications” that Tehran “did violate UN Security Council resolutions that pertain to Iran’s ballistic missile activities”.
Under a resolution passed days after the nuclear deal was reached, Iran was barred by the Security Council from developing missiles “designed to carry nuclear warheads”.
However the White House insisted the launch would have no impact on the nuclear agreement which is due to be formally implemented by the end of this year.

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