Royal Navy drug busts

A Royal Navy task group has landed a triple blow to drug traffickers in the Caribbean after seizing 11 bales of cocaine worth £81 million in street value, destined for Britain’s streets.

The two British vessels involved in the bust, HMS Medway and Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Argus, are the ships provided to the Caribbean region by the UK to provide Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief support but they also work with the US Coast Guard, as in this operation,  to carry out maritime security and counter-narcotic patrols.


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