Iran's Revolutionary Guards test-fired ballistic missiles against targets in the Indian Ocean as they wrapped up a two-day exercise, their official website reported yesterday.
The missiles of "various classes" targeted "the enemy's battleships and destroyed them from 1,800 kilometres (1,125 miles) away," according to the Sepahnews website.
The missiles were fired from central Iran at targets located in the northern Indian Ocean, the Guards said.
A video released by state television showed two missiles being launched and targets being hit at sea.
Iran's armed forces chief of staff Major General Mohammad Bagheri was present on the second day of the drill, alongside Guards chief Major General Hossein Salami and aerospace commander Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh.