Houthi Troops Celebrate With Captured Navy Underwater Drone in Video | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Houthi Troops Celebrate With Captured Navy Underwater Drone in Video

A new video has surfaced showing members of the Houthi Navy celebrating, fists in the air, with what appears to be a captured U.S. Navy underwater drone.

The video, published by Houthi media Monday and highlighted by USNI News, shows four armed men in dive gear hanging on the bright-yellow unmanned underwater vehicle.

The UUV, which appears to be a Remus 600 made by the Kongsberg subsidiary Hydroid, was captured off the coast of Yemen, according to the men in the video, who speak Arabic.

Al-Masdar Al-'Arabi reported that members of the Houthi Navy claimed the drone belonged to the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, a group that has been fighting the Houthi rebels.

However, on the video, the men say the UUV was sent by their "archenemy" American military.

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