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But panel members are investigating a shipment of "industrial process equipment, which almost certainly originated in the Islamic Republic of Iran, and may be related to the production of the oxidizer used in the liquid bi-propellants of SRBM rocket motors.
Syria possesses less than 100 road-mobile SRBM launchers (mostly older SCUD missiles) that could strike U.
Notably, the PAC-3 and SM-2 Block IV are designed for SRBM interception but would be ineffective against longer-range ballistic missiles, due to the targets' higher reentry speeds.
These SRBMs were "tested" in the waters near Taiwan in 1995 and '96 in an attempt to intimidate the population of the island.
Reportedly, Pakistan already has the Chinese-developed M-9 and M-11 class SRBMs.
The two stage separating SRBM target features selectable options for advanced scenario presentations.
56) Of these 422 runways, 331 remain outside Shahab 2 SRBM range (i.
In 2010, Iran revealed the Qiam-1 SRBM, the fourth generation Fateh-110 SRBM, and now claims to be mass-producing antiship ballistic missiles.
Despite the PRC's November 2000 missile nonproliferation pledge, in the first several months of 2001, a PRC company reportedly delivered 12 shipments of missile components to Pakistan's Shaheen-1 SRBM and Shaheen-2 MRBM programs, according to the Washington Times (August 6, 2001).
45) On 19 April 2011, Pakistan conducted the first test of the newly developed mobile Hatf-9 SRBM capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and with a reported range of 60 kilometers.
21) From World War II to OIF, SRBMs have been used in combat and will almost certainly be used in future conflicts as SRBM technology is readily available to any rogue state or even nonstate actor.
official reports have not been entirely clear regarding the composition of Syria's Scud missile inventory; a 2006 report from the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) includes the Scud B, Scud C, Scud D, and SS-21 in Syria's SRBM inventory, but NASIC reports from 2009 and 2013 omit the Scud B and Scud C.