|Missile Variants||Fateh-110 (I), Fateh-110 (II), Fateh-110 (III), Fateh-110 (IV)|
|Designer/Producer||Iran and China|
|Warhead Type and Weight||
HE (Nuclear and Biological capable),
|MIRV and Yield||No MIRV|
|Guidance System/ Accuracy||GPS and Inertial Guidance/100 CEP|
|Stages/ Propellant||Single/ Solid Propellant|
|Status/ Number of Units||Operational/ Unknown|
Prompted by its experience in the war with Iraq in the 1980s, Iran actively pursued a ballistic missile arsenal that had greater precision and accuracy.  As part of this effort, Iran began developing the Fateh-110 in 1995.  The Fateh-110 is a solid fueled short range ballistic missile. The missile is also capable of carrying nuclear or biological warheads. As a road mobile system, the Fateh-110 series can be launched from any location. Iran developed four variations of the Fateh-110.
- The Fateh-110/I has a maximum range of 200km (124 miles), and can carry a 650kg payload. It was declared operational in 2002. 
- The Fateh-110/II has a range of 250km (155 miles), a payload of 450kg. Iran announced the development of this variant in 2004. 
- The Fateh-110/III was announced in 2010 and designed to have more accuracy and a quicker launch time. It has a range of 300km, can carry a 650kgpayload. 
- The Fateh-110/IV developed in 2012 and is designed to have precision targeting and has a guidance system. It also has a range of 300km, can carry a 650kg payload. 
Iran has yet to use the Fateh-110 in combat; however, Iran is engaged in transferring Fateh-110 missiles to Syria and Hezbollah. According to U.S. military officials, Syria fired at least two Fateh-110s against Syrian rebels in 2012.  U.S. military officials also noted that Syria has been using Fateh-110s as an alternative to aircraft, which are more easily shot down by Syrian rebels.  In addition, Hezbollah in Lebanon is believed to have a stockpile of the Iranian Fateh-110. Western officials say that if Hezbollah fired these missiles from southern Lebanon, they could easily reach Tel Aviv, Israel’s second most populous city.  Given its proliferation and capabilities, the Fateh-110 poses a broad regional threat, holding at risk population centers near the borders of Syria, Lebanon, and Iran.
Iran issued another test of the Fateh-110 in March 2017, successfully hitting targets over 250km away. 
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