Monday, December 12, 2011

Iran in Final stages to decode data of US Stealth drone

TEHRAN : Iran has said that his experts are in the final stages of recovering data from the U.S. secret surveillance drone captured by the country's armed forces, according to state TV. 

Iran has announced the stealth drone's capture as a victory for Iran and a defeat for the United States in a complicated intelligence and technological battle. 

Lawmaker Parviz Sorouri, who is on the parliament's national security and foreign policy committee, said Monday the extracted information will be used to file a lawsuit against the United States for the "invasion" by the unmanned aircraft. 

Sorouri also claimed that Iran has the capability to reproduce the drone through reverse engineering, but he didn't elaborate. 

Revolutionary Guard of Iran has claimed that the country's armed forces brought down the surveillance aircraft with an electronic ambush, causing minimum damage to the drone. 

U.S. officials are concerned others may be able to reverse-engineer the chemical composition of the drone's radar-deflecting paint or the aircraft's sophisticated optics technology that allows operators to positively identify terror suspects from tens of thousands of feet in the air. 

Iran’s the semi-official ISNA news agency said Iran would soon hold a navy drill to practice the closure of the strategic Strait of Hormouz at the mouth of the Persian Gulf, which is the passageway for about 40 percent of the world's oil tanker traffic.

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