Sanaa unveils 10 new homemade missiles that entered service
SANAA, Sept. 22 (YPA) – Sanaa forces on Thursday unveiled a new homemade missile system that has entered service.
A military source said that the missile system included 10 homemade missiles, which were revealed in the military parade in Al-Sabeen Square in the capital, Sanaa, on the occasion of the 8th anniversary of the September 21 revolution.
“Yemen Press Agency” obtained a list of the names and specifications of the new missiles, which are as follows:
Badr 2 missile, a short-range, solid-fueled missile
Badr 3 missile, a medium-range, solid-fueled
“Hatam” ballistic missile, long-range and solid-fueled
“Quds-3”, a winged, long-range cruise missile that operates on liquid fuel, and is distinguished by its ability to hide from radar detection.
“Falaq” ballistic missile, a long-range liquid-fueled ballistic missile, carrying several heads
“Karrar” ballistic missile, with a range of 300 km, solid fuel and intelligent guidance system, with a warhead weight of half a ton.
Maraj “surface-to-air” missile, developed from the Badr-1-P missile, operates on solid fuel, has two thermal and radar systems, is not affected by interference.
“Red Sea” surface-to-sea missile, developed from “Sa’eer” missile, operates with two thermal and radar systems, and is characterized by its high speed.
“Mohit” a surface-to-sea missile, developed from “Qaher-2M” missile, works on solid and liquid fuels and is characterized by its practical ability in all weather conditions.
“Asef” surface-to-sea missile, works on solid fuel, with an intelligent guidance and control system, and the weight of its warhead exceeds half a ton.