The commander of the IRGC's navy issued that assessment after concluding the final stage of a Persian Gulf missile drill, the semi-official Fars News Agency reported Tuesday.
In the drill, the navy fired four missiles at a mock sea target, sinking it in 50 seconds, said Rear Adm. Ali Fadavi.
Iran started mass production of its Persian Gulf anti-ship missile, designed to destroy targets at sea, in early 2011. The supersonic projectile, which carries a 1,400-pound warhead, is immune to interception and features high-precision systems, Fars said.
Last week the Revolutionary Guard displayed the country's air defense shield.
"The system has been built in a bid to confront U.S. aircraft and can hit targets 31 miles in distance and 75,000 feet in altitude," said Brig. Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the Aerospace Force.
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