United States sent to the Persian Gulf underwater remotely operated vehicles

United States sent to the Persian Gulf underwater remotely operated vehiclesThe U.S. Navy is directed to Persian Gulf 10s submersibles with SeaFox remote control for the detection and destruction of mines in a transaction aimed at ensuring that prevent Iran to block the strategic Strait of Hormuz, the principal in the event of crisis, says David Cloud blog Los Angeles Times.

Any of underwater vehicles, about 4 feet long and 100 pounds less weight, improving Underwater TV camera, sonar and drive explosive device. First submersible vehicles were delivered to the Persian Gulf in recent weeks, along with 4 helicopters and 4 mine trawlers.

"Some South American bureaucrats fear that Iran may respond to tightening sanctions on its banking and energy sectors (including the oil embargo of the European Union), the organization and sponsoring attacks on oil tankers and platforms in the Gulf," — says the creator. Some bureaucrats from Tehran threatened to overlap a narrow strait aqua.

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