Iran Begins Wargames After Receiving Stern Warnings About It’s Secret Nuclear Enrichment Plant.
In this photo released by the Iranian semi-official Mehr News Agency, Revolutionary Guard’s Zelzal missile is launched in a drill, Sunday Sept. 27, 2009, near the city of Qom, 80 miles (130 kilometers) south of Tehran, Iran. Iran said it successfully test-fired short-range missiles during military drills Sunday by the elite Revolutionary Guard, a show of force days after the U.S. warned Tehran over a newly revealed underground nuclear facility it was secretly constructing.(AP Photo/Mehr News Agency, Raouf Mohseni)
In this image released Sunday Sept. 27, 2009, on Iranian state TV cannel IRIB, purporting to show Gen. Hossein Salami, head of the Revolutionary Guard Air Force, as he tells reporters that Iran tested a multiple missile launcher for the first time. Iran said it successfully test-fired short-range surface-to-surface missiles during drills Sunday by the elite Revolutionary Guard, in a show of force just days after the U.S. and its allies condemned Tehran over a newly revealed underground nuclear facility that was being secretly constructed. TV showed pictures of at least two missiles being fired.(AP Photo/IRIB, via APTN)