The Special Missile Used To Attack Iran

By Arutz-7
Posted on 04/20/24 | News Source: Arutz-7

The missile used in the attack on Iran early Friday morning was a precise missile named Rampage, Kan 11 reported.

The Rampage was developed by Israel's security industry.

The missile was identified from photos and the scope of the damage in the attack. It can fly at supersonic speed, making it very difficult to identify and intercept with aerial defense systems.

According to the report, the missile carries a warhead of 150 kilograms of explosives, and can reach a distance of 145 kilometers. It can also adjust its path mid-flight, so as to precisely hit the target it was programmed to hit.

In other words, the missile is intended to hit stationary targets which meet conditions similar to those which were hit in the attack military targets in Isfahan, Iran.

According to foreign reports, Israeli F-35 warplanes fired precise missiles from a great distance towards S-300 batteries at a military base in Isfahan.

The New York Times quoted Iranian officials as saying that the strike on Iran involved both warplanes and drones which were launched from within Iran.

They added that the radar systems had not detected unidentified aircraft entering Iranian airspace, but a separate group of small drones was shot down in the Tabriz region, about 500 miles north of Isfahan.

The Times noted that it was not clear where the missiles were fired from, or what type of missiles were used in the strike. It is also not known where they landed, or whether any were intercepted.