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Yemeni Foces Captured Saudi Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (Video)


Yemeni Foces Captured Saudi Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (Video)

A screenshot from the video

Yemeni forces have seized a US-made REMUS 600 autonomous underwater vehicle belonging to the Saudi Navy, according to pro-Houthi sources. The vehicle was seized inside the Yemeni territorial waters in the Red Sea.

The REMUS 600 is often used to detect sea mines and to conduct reconnaissance in coast waters.



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  • Irebukeu

    I wonder how they found it/ became aware of it.

    • occupybacon

      They can talk to sharks

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      Dr. Doolittle is a known sympathizer and provides communications with the animals for the Houthis , according to Saudi and US Intelligence working in the area.

      • Graeme Rymill

        I have missed your nonsense Woolpuller… welcome back! :-)

  • hvaiallverden

    Yup, an Christmas gift from Norway, this thing, submersible drones is Norwegian made.

    Stop the video at 1.03 and watch the label, this is already known in Norway, thru our MSM.


    • Graeme Rymill

      Owned by a Norwegian company – Kongsberg Maritime (part of the Kongsberg Group) but made in the US by a subsidiary company – Hydroid Inc. Kongsberg bought Hyrdroid in 2008.

  • Graeme Rymill

    Defense Applications:
    Area Search
    Organic Mine Countermeasures
    Expeditionary Mine Countermeasures
    Hydrographic Survey
    Surveillance & Reconnaissance


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      • BE712

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  • Nigel Maund

    Now send to the Iranian Navy to reverse engineer.

    • chris chuba

      In return for anti-aircraft weapons, a fair trade.

      • Nigel Maund

        Chris – Sounds like a plan!

        • Potato Potato

          I am witnessing a Houthi and a VEVAK agent discussing an arms trade.

          • Nigel Maund

            LOL – Like your emoticon! The Saudi’s are largely incompetent. No wonder they keep on losing critical kit.

    • goingbrokes

      On its way already – maybe just the small parts. I’d think that the Iranians pay good money for captured pieces of high-tech and they put the word about.

      • Nigel Maund

        GB, they’ve (Iran) brought down a Predator drone and reverse engineered it. Nice of the KSA to donate the latest technology to Iran on a plate. If one has a rich but basically incompetent ally to whom one has entrusted the latest US hard and software they will eventually lose intact pieces of high tech kit to your enemy. Unlike the Saudi’s the Iranians are both competent and very smart engineers and they are not Arabs in the strict sense. Furthermore, they are hard working and capable, so the Saudi’s would never be a match for them and are utterly dependent upon foreigners to maintain their economy and train their military. Like it or not, the KSA is a vassal State of Israel and the US and also the weakest link in the chain as it’s increasingly politically unstable. The war in Yemen could precipitate insurrection in the KSA ending the House of Saud permanently.

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  • Langaniso Mhlobo

    Send it to all Saudi and USA enemies for reverse engineering. In return ask for long range bolistic missiles and anti aircraft and anti ship misiles plus all type of lethal weapons.

  • That Guy

    I hope that one day some Palestinians somehow steal some Israeli fighter jets, and fly them to Iran for reverse engineering. If I saw such a thing happening I would be so amazed and happy. But unfortunately, I doubt that such a thing would ever happen.