Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard test-fired anti-ship missiles on Wednesday as part of its Great Prophet 7 war games, Iran's FARS news agency said.
The Guard fired several Khalid Farzh (Persian Gulf) missiles, but the location of the tests was not revealed.
The Khalid Farzh missile, which entered service in 2011, can hit targets traveling at high speed and is capable of flying at Mach-3, according to Arab language TV channel Al Alam. The weapon has a 650-kilogram (1,430-pound) warhead and range of 300 kilometers (180 miles).
Revolutionary Guard Navy commander Vice Admiral Ali Fadavi told scientists the weapon was highly accurate, FARS reported.
On Tuesday, the Revolutionary Guard carried out a series of ballistic missile test firings as part of the exercises.