TEHRAN, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Iranian fighter jets on Friday fired domestically-made missiles and bombs on the designated targets during the ongoing aerial military exercise, Press TV reported.
The F-4 Phantom fighter jets fired Maverick tactical air-to-ground missiles and the domestically-manufactured "Qassed" smart bombs.
Laser-guided, anti-radar and thermal missiles as well as ultralight aircraft were also put to the test during the maneuvers, according to the report.
Besides, various bombers, large military transport aircraft, interceptor and reconnaissance planes, and patrol aircraft were used in the drills.
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and attack drones were used for reconnaissance operations and bombed mock enemy positions.
A spokesperson for the war game said the warplanes detonated ground targets of the hypothetical enemy by dropping 2,000-pound (907kg) "Qassed" standoff bombs which have pinpoint accuracy.
On Thursday, Iran Air Force kicked off a massive military exercise, code-named Defenders of Velayat Skies, at Shahid Babaei air base in the central province of Isfahan.