Iran says picked up drones control in US Command Center

Iran says picked up drones control in US Command Center

PanARMENIAN.Net - Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh said on Thursday, February 21 that several U.S. aircraft that were constantly flying over Syria and Iraq were under IRGC's control and their first-hand intelligence was being monitored and retrieved by his forces after penetrating into the US command center, Fars News Agency says.

"Seven to eight drones that had constant flights over Syria and Iraq were brought under our control and their intel was monitored by us and we could gain their first-hand intel," General Hajizadeh said in the Western Iranian city of Hamedan on Thursday.

Footage reportedly shows IRGC's penetration into U.S. Army's Command Center, one of the many proofs in support of General Hajizadeh's remarks.

The footage also allegedly shows a U.S. flying drone start malfunctioning and make a rough landing in a desert area 10 kilometers away from its base.

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