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Only one prototype of this class is known to be completed, although its characteristics have remained unclear. Iran had shown interest in midget submarines in the s. Existence of Nahang was first known in April Two other submarines in the class were allegedly planned, but building further units is considered unlikely. In April , Bellingcat reported that for the first time in years, satellite imagery suggests Nahang had been deployed for a mission. There is not much confidently known about characteristics of the class.
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Iran adds 2 mini submarines to naval fleet
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The report said one of the mini submarines — also known as midget submarines — was dubbed Ghadir and was built in 18 months. The other, a previously built Ghadir, took 10 months to overhaul. An Iranian naval exercise involving at least small boats in and around the Strait of Hormuz last week was meant as a message to the U. The subs have sonar-evading technology and can launch missiles from under water, as well as fire torpedoes and drop marine mines, the TV said. Iran began manufacturing Ghadir subs in The first was unveiled in and by , five such submarines were incorporated into Iran's navy.
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Iran Submarine Capabilities
Subscriber Account active since. Free subscriber-exclusive audiobook! The report said one of the mini submarines — also known as midget submarines — was dubbed Ghadir and was built in 18 months. The other, a previously built Ghadir, took 10 months to overhaul.
Iranian Submarine Forces Quantity they say, has a quality all of its own. Iran has one of the largest submarine fleets in the world, and most are relatively small midget submarines. These are however ideally suited to the restricted waterways of the Straits of Hormuz and Persian Gulf. These diesel-electric boats are still capable although increasingly dated. They have been maintained locally and may have received some modest capability enhancements, although Iran has had difficulty maintaining some original features including the Anechoic tiles.