Video showing Iran’s new “stealth combat drone” emerges

If not stealthy, at least it is capable to fly.

The following video proves the “Hamaseh”, the “reconnaissance and combat drone” displayed on May 9 during a ceremony attended by Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi, has already conducted flying testing.

Although it can fly, something that was never doubted, and painted in a less fashionable manner, it remains unstealthy.

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Image credit: FARS News Agency

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