Iranian Missile Preparation Launch Room (Interior)
In March of 2016 during the Eqtedar-e Velayat missile exercises, Iran publicly unveiled images to the press of a new underground launch facility. The pictures and videos offered a glimpse of an underground base for Iranian Qiam and Shahab missiles.
These subterranean tunnels are designed to conduct launch preparation and fueling of missiles in an environment which allows for rapid preparation while minimizing detection of activity.
This panoramic reconstruction presents a full 360 degree view of the interior of one the launch preparation rooms.
- MDAA U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense Overview
- MDAA System/Issue Briefs
- System Brief #1: Ground Based Midcourse System
- System Brief #2: U.S. Missile Defense Sensors
- System Brief #3: Future Ballistic Missile Defense Systems
- Issue Brief: Effect of Budget Uncertainty on Missile Defense Programs
- Issue Brief: Addressing the Air and Ballistic Missile Threat to Europe
- MDAA Country Briefs
- Japan: Priorities for Missile Defense Development and U.S. Partnership
- Europe: Missile Defense in an Evolving Threat Environment
- GCC Missile Defense: A Threat Driven Imperative
- The Chinese Missile Threat: A Rising Tide in the Pacific
- The North Korean Missile Threat: The Hermit Kingdom’s Open Ambition (February 2016)
- The North Korean Missile Threat (December 2017)
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