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JULY 2020

Watch: U.S. Coast Guard Storms Narco-Submarine In Huge Pacific Ocean Drug Bust


U.S. Coast Guard released footage of Cutter Munro crew members storming a self-propelled semi-submersible suspected drug smuggling vessel (SPSS) on June 18, 2019. The vessel appeared to be carrying 17,690kg of cocaine and 423kg of marijuana, while operating in international waters of the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The total estimated worth of the seized drugs is $569 million. Five suspects were also detained inside the vehicle.

Self-propelled submersible vessels, also known as “narco-subs”, are used by cartels and traffickers to smuggle drugs across borders.

The June 18 operation was one of 14 drug-smuggling vessels intercepted off the coasts of Mexico, Central and South America by three Coast Guard cutters between May and July 2019.



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  • Paul

    lol, Murcia.


    This is the old version of narco submarine.
    Drug cartel now has one with mini torpedoes to shoot back at coast guard ships. :DD

    • Ronald

      Now that was funny.

  • Concrete Mike

    CIA: Guiado thats coming out of your budget!!!

    Guiado: Ok masters!!

  • opet ja

    Hmm a week supply of narcotics for the USA…

  • JustPassingThrough

    OMG what will the CIA say to this invasion of their business interests.
    Or are they just getting rid of the competition?

  • R PLobo

    What a joke.

  • Alberto Garza

    its not a submarine it does not dive its a semi-submerged boat.