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Iranian ICBM Might be Ready for Flight in 2015: Pentagon
Adequate support from countries such as China, North Korea and Russia could enable Iran as soon as 2015 to conduct a trial flight of an ICBM suited to reach U.S. territory, the Defense Department said in sections of a yearly analysis made public on Thursday.
The January 2013 findings appeared to echo prior Pentagon findings about Iran's growing missile capacities, Defense Update reported. The "Annual Report on Military Power of Iran" also found that Iran is pressing forward with "technical capabilities applicable to nuclear weapons" and "ballistic missiles that could be adapted to deliver nuclear weapons."
Iran says it is not developing nuclear weapons.
May 14, 2014
This page contains interactive 3D missile models for Russia. Users can drag the model by pressing and holding their mouse’s scroll wheel. They can zoom in and out on the model by rolling their scroll wheel up and down, and can orbit the model by clicking and dragging their left mouse button.
Dec. 20, 2013
Jason Hernandez explores three pathways to an ICBM that North Korea may pursue from its current technology and capabilities base, and the effects of each pathway on the international community.
This article provides an overview of Iran's historical and current policies relating to nuclear, chemical, biological and missile proliferation.