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The Iranian Army started using the third generation of home-made Cobra Chopper simulators in an airborne base in central Iran on Sunday. The simulators were officially unveiled in the Army's 4th Airborne Base in Iran's central city of Isfahan in a ceremony attended by Iranian Army commanders and officials. Elaborating on the manufacturing trend of the simulator, Iranian Army Airborne Commander General Kiomarth Ahadi said that the chopper simulator was built in a two-year period. According to the commander, decrease in expenses and improvement in pilot training courses are among the main features and most important advantages of the Iran-made chopper simulators, adding that the training device can also simulate tactical and invasive flights. Ahadi also reiterated that the price of the new simulators is one-tenth of their foreign rivals. Iran's airborne units had earlier built simulators for chopper 206 in 2007, the first home-made mobile helicopter simulator which is still in use for training operations. Ahadi had said in February that all the airborne bases of the Iranian army were equipped with flight simulators. The Iranian Army started using the third generation of home-made Cobra Chopper simulators in an airborne base in central Iran. The simulators were officially unveiled in the Army's 4th Airborne Base...

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