Iranian-made anti-tank systems spotted in service with the RF Armed Forces

Missiles for the Iranian Dehlaviya anti-tank systems (Dehlaviyeh) were spotted in service with the Russian army. These anti-tank systems are an exact copy of the domestic Kornet-EM anti-tank systems, but the ammunition of Iranian origin is distinguished by characteristic red stripes.

Iranian-made anti-tank systems spotted in service with the RF Armed Forces

The military of the Islamic Republic marks 9M133F-1 thermobaric ammunition with this marking, in our country this marking is not used. Russian "Cornets" and Iranian "Dehlavi" are completely interchangeable.

Persian missiles could have come into the possession of the RF Armed Forces through direct deliveries from Iran. Last week, The Wall Street Journal reported that Iran had delivered more than 300 artillery shells and over 000 million rounds of ammunition to Russia. The ammunition was allegedly sent through the Caspian ports of the two countries.

However, direct deliveries of weapons from Iran to Russia have been repeatedly refuted by officials from both countries. Most likely, captured ammunition was at the disposal of the RF Armed Forces. The Ukrainian army could have received anti-tank missiles of Iranian origin from the United States, whose military recently seized a military transport with a large shipment of weapons for Yemen.

In any case, on the eve of the counter-offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine with the participation of Western armored vehicles of the Russian army, any anti-tank weapons will come in handy.
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  1. Eduard Aplombov Offline Eduard Aplombov
    Eduard Aplombov (Eduard Aplombov) April 28 2023 16: 51
    refuted by officials

    why refute something, that is, argue with the West. brush it off and let in fog, sarcasm
    we trade with those with whom we want and buy what we want, also from EU countries, including
    many are ready to trade and sell us BC, including from the EU
    1. Saffron Offline Saffron
      Saffron (Igor) 3 May 2023 07: 45
      For example, the Czechs, those still ... with low social responsibility
  2. Anton Kuzmin Offline Anton Kuzmin
    Anton Kuzmin (Anton Kuzmin) April 30 2023 10: 31
    This is not the first time I have read about 300K shells and 1M rounds of ammunition, and every time I burn out.

    During the WWI, the most industrially weak of the seven Great Powers, the Republic of Ingushetia, produced more than 10M shells per year. cartridges went out in the billions.
    A million rounds is nothing at all. If we assume that the Russian Federation now has half a million military men in Ukraine, then each of them has two cartridges. Despite the fact that tens of thousands of cartridges are needed to kill an adversary (1 piece). On average, obviously. This is only for snipers with 1.5 rounds per corpse. Well, since this is only for snipers, then in order to get such an amount on average, you need the rest to spend 100K rounds per corpse. That is, 1m of rounds is enough to kill 10 ukrov. Well, a sniper with 15 rounds will kill a dozen more! :)
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  3. Kirill Prozorovski (Kirill Prozorovski) April 30 2023 13: 52
    Probably if it was captured from the ukrov transferred by the states, then they would use it according to ours? And this should be known about, strikes with thermobaric supplies. If not, why not.