Fateh-110

Fateh-110 (Persian: فاتح-۱۱۰‎, "conqueror") is a single-stage solid-propellant, surface-to-surface missile with at least a 200 km range, and it is produced domestically within Iran by the Aerospace Industries Organization, including the solid fuel propellant. Iran successfully flight tested the final version of the Fateh-110 in September, 2002. Several weeks later in mid-September 2002 the Aerospace Industries Organization opened a plant to mass-produce the Fateh-110. The initial range of the missile was 200 km but in September 2004 it was announced that it had been extended to 250 km and if needed it could be increased further. Fateh-110 has a range of 300 km in its fourth generation which was unveiled in 2012.

Fateh-110
Class Missile
Type Surface to Surface
Manufacturer Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company
Origin Iran (Persia)
Country Name Origin Year
Iran (Persia) 2002
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
Iran (Persia) 2002 View
Lebanon View
North Korea View
Syria View
ManufacturerName Production From Production To Quantity
Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company View

Syrian civil war

According to two unnamed U.S. military officials, the Syrian Government has fired at least two Fateh A-110 missiles in late December 2012. The firing of these missiles appeared to be an effort to more precisely target Syrian rebels.

Type Tactical SRBM
Service history
In service 2002–present
Used by  Iran
 Syria
 North Korea
 Hezbollah
Wars Syrian civil war
Production history
Manufacturer Iran
Unit cost Unknown
Specifications
Weight 3,450 kg
Length 8.86 m
Diameter 0.61 m
Warhead One
Blast yield Not applicable
Engine Solid (single stage)
Operational
range
300 km
Speed Mach 3.5
Guidance
system
Inertial & electro-optical terminal

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