USA Today: Iran's navy touts 'suicide drone'
Iran's navy on Wednesday released a photo of what's being called a "suicide drone" that can be loaded with explosive materials and deliberately crashed into targets at sea and on land.
The announcement was carried by Iran's semi-official Tasnim news agency.
While Iranian officials said the drone "can carry payloads of explosives for combat missions" and "collide with the target and destroy it, (whether) a vessel or an onshore command center" it also noted that the drone's primary purpose is maritime surveillance.
It "has not been designed to be armed with missiles," Tasnim said.
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