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Iranian military disrupted US UAVs after the missile strikes

TEHRAN, (BM) – Shortly after a missile strike on an American base in Iraq, the Iranian military violated the work of American drones using electronic warfare methods, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting the commander of the military-space forces of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Amir Ali Hajizadeh.

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“We conducted an electronic warfare operation about 15 minutes after the attack on the Ein al-Assad base, and American unmanned aerial vehicles were out of control,” said Hajjade.

He added that the failure of the equipment caused a “serious psychological blow” to the Americans.

“Despite the fact that they had a lot of aircraft and military equipment around the Ein al-Assad base, they could not resist our missiles,” Hajzadeh added.

On Wednesday night, the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps announced a retaliation operation for the assassination of General Kassem Suleimani as a result of an American special operation in Iraq.

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Land-to-ground missiles were fired from Iran at the Ein al-Assad base in western Iraq and the base in Erbil, where the US military contingent is located, who lead the international coalition against IS

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