U.S. Navy Stealthy Special Operations Boats Spotted At A Port In Japan

Defense Blog: U.S. Navy stealthy special operations boats spotted at a port in Naha

A group of United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) stealthy Combatant Craft Medium Mark 1 boats were photographed at a Japanese port in Naha last week.

Ship spotter with posted numerous photos on its Twitter account of stealthy special operations boats, commonly known as CCM Mk1.

Photos posted on Twitter on Aug. 11 appear to show the load several stealthy boats onto the deck of the Runnymede-class large landing craft USAV Harpers Ferry (LCU 2022) at Naha port in Okinawa Prefecture. The Naha port facility, formerly the Naha Military Port, is a United States Forces Japan facility located in Naha, Okinawa, Japan, at the mouth of Kokuba River, which flows into the East China Sea.

According to open sources, the CCM Mk1 is a newest larger, but still stealthy combat boats of Naval Special Warfare fleet, come into initial service in late 2015.


Update: Ship Observer Photographs Navy’s New Stealth Boat (Zero Hedge)

WNU Editor: Love the paint job.

Author: Anchorman

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