By Sea & Stealth

Hooton, E. R.
December 2005
Armada International;Dec/Jan2006 Supplement, Vol. 29, p28
This article presents information on several equipment used by maritime special forces. The equipment include the Sea Shadow diver propulsion vehicle, the Serbian Brodosplit that resembles a torpedo and the Mark VIII developed by the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center. INSET: Clockwork Special.


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