The Islam is state of Iran has launched a domestically built destroyer in the Persian Gulf capable of traveling some five months without refueling.
The Destroyer is said to have taken them six years to build the 1,300-ton vessel, named Sahand after a mountain in northern Iran.
The Sahand has a helicopter landing pad, is 96 meters long and can cruise at 25 knots.
It is equipped with surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, as well as antiaircraft batteries and sophisticated radar and radar-evading capabilities, the report said.
Since 1992, Iran has been working to build a self-sufficient military, reportedly producing its own jet fighters, tanks, missiles and light submarines, as well as torpedoes.
Iran added the first domestically made destroyer to its fleet in 2010 in the Persian Gulf. Reportedly Iran has five other destroyers.