Iran gave the RF data from the captured U.S. drone in exchange for information on the C-300

Iran has transferred the unencrypted data from the captured South American UAV Russian allies, according to the website WND referring to the former Iranian intelligence officer Hamidreza Zakeri.

According to Zachary, in 2007 in Iran are Russian military, which are located at the bases of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, to help bolster the military developments, also available with South American technology.

As the intelligence officer, specifically Russian experts were able to seize control of the South American drones and drop him off in the Iranian countryside. Once the data were transcribed UAV, the Iranian side gave the information of. Moscow, for its part, Tehran has put all the data on the anti-aircraft missile systems S-300, because due to the sanctions was required to cancel the delivery of installations themselves, writes NEWSru.co.il.

It was reported earlier that the decoded information from the South American UAV RQ-170, known as an invisible observer, indicates the Yankees transactions with Iran. This was said by the commander of the air-space forces, Iran IRGC Amir Ali Hajizadeh. According to him, once was deciphered and read information from the magnetic disk UAV, it became clear that he was doing military target countries adjacent to Iran and managed, priemuschestvenno, drawing air strikes in Pakistan and Afghanistan military operations on the territory of these countries.

Recall that in December 2012, Iranian authorities said that they were able to intercept two U.S. unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), except for the device type ScanEagle, the interception of which the Iranian side stated earlier. As reported by Associated Press, referring to the local agency IRNA, according to Navy Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi, South American drones have been intercepted before December 4 Iran announced the capture of ScanEagle. Fadavi noted that copies of this unit has been used by Iranian military.

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