The Iranian army shelled an unidentified flying object with anti-aircraft guns (video)

In the network appeared to be very interesting film footage, where the Revolutionary Guards of Iran is trying to shoot down an unidentified flying object. The vehicle performs very unusual dodge a hail of bullets.

All the action took place in the skies over the city Sarawan Iran (Sistan and Baluchestan Province) in the night of 7 to 8 September. The city lies on the border of Iran and Pakistan. The author of this recording is a soldier of the Revolutionary Guards, who posted them on Twitter.

It’s hard to say exactly, what we have here. Experts believe, however, that this may be a new kind of spy drone, because the object looks smaller from the fighter and it seems to him to do much more abrupt maneuvers over a short distance.

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As the whole event played out on the border with Pakistan, quite possible that it was the government of the country should be the unidentified vehicle or the United States, which often use Pakistani airspace to overflights of their machines.