Iran missiles land near Al Dhafra airbase in UAE where Indian Rafales are on overnight halt: Reports

At least three Iranian missiles landed near the Al Dhafra airbase in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Tuesday (July 28) after a military exercise carried out by Iran Revolutionary Guards. 

Iran missiles land near Al Dhafra airbase in UAE where Indian Rafales are on overnight halt: Reports

At least three Iranian missiles landed near the Al Dhafra airbase in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Tuesday (July 28) after a military exercise carried out by Iran Revolutionary Guards. 

It is to be noted that the the first batch of five Rafale fighter aircraft scheduled to arrive in India on Wednesday (July 29) landed at UAE's Al Dhafra base on Tuesday night after taking off from France on Monday (July 27). The Rafale jets landed at Al Dhafra base as part of an overnight halt. Al Dhafra base is located about an hour from UAE's capital city Abu Dhabi.

US news channel CNN reported that alert was sounded at UAE's Al Dhafra base and Al Udeid airbase in Qatar after intel indicators hinted at an incoming "Iranian missile possibly headed that way". CNN added that personnel present at these two bases were told to take cover but no missile landed at these bases.

Fox News also reported the incident claiming that two bases in Middle East housing US troops and aircraft were put on high alert when "3 Iranian missiles splashed down in waters near the bases Tues. (Tuesday) as part of Iran's military exercises."

Earlier on Tuesday, Sepahnews released a picture of an speedboat belonging to Iran Revolutionary Guard firing a missile during a military exercise on July.