Hamaseh (Persian: حماسه, translit. Ḥamāseh, lit. 'Epic') is a reconnaissance and combat UAV manufactured by Iran. Ahmad Vahidi, Iran's Minster of Defence, said: "This aircraft with its stealth quality can avoid detection by the enemy." It can carry two dummy missiles under it wings. The Hamaseh drone was unveiled on 9 May 2013,and first put to use during military exercises by the IRGC Ground Forces in April 2016. [1]


The Iranian defense minister said the drone is capable of reconnaissance and surveillance and attack targets do together. The UAV can be equipped with a variety of rockets and missiles, and both radar and optical vision and long-term storage capacity is high in the air.[2]


Rjstgy near the nose, radar mounted under the fuselage and nose are evident. -129 Ranks UAV drone control with endurance is 24 hours, is placed. Although the saga is known as a UAV combat capabilities, but it has not predicate any mention of weapons. The unveiling ceremony of hardpoints under each wing could be seen in each of them mounted a 107mm rockets. The UAV is capable of carrying up to about 45 to 60 kg. The UAV mounted heavy anti-armor missiles and air-to-air missiles there.[3]


  1. Bhat, Aditya (15 April 2016). "Iran's Hamaseh UAV joins war drills for the first time". International Business Times, India Edition.
  2. sire-isna. The unveiling of the drone "Hamaseh" in the presence of Secretary of Defense.
  3. "Iran unveils 'Epic' new drone". Russia Today. 10 May 2013. Retrieved 6 November 2013.
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