In this picture released by Jamejam Online on Thursday, Dec. 25, 2014, an Iranian-made drone is launched during a military drill in Jask port, southern Iran. (AP/Jamejam Online, Chavosh Homavandi)
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Iran's army said Saturday it has deployed a suicide drone for the first time in massive ongoing military drills near the strategic Strait of Hormuz at the entrance to the Gulf.Iran is believed to have produced its own remotely piloted suicide drone, the Raad-85, which is designed to crash into targets and set off its warhead.The drone is said to have a range of 1,700 kilometers and a 24-hour flight capability, and can carry eight bombs or missiles capable of hitting both stationary and moving targets.
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