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U.S. Coast Guard, Dutch Navy Intercept 1,000 Kilos of Cocaine | Maritime Executive

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In a massive operation, the Dutch Coast Guard recovered one thousand kg of cocaine off the coast of the Caribbean.

The Dutch patrol ship Zr. Groningen assisted in the interception of two speedboats and 1,000 kg of illegal substances: This is the most recent accomplishment of the Coast Guard’s alliance with friendly troops in the Caribbean. The Groningen boarded an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter and personnel from the United States Coast Guard. A tiny boat got forced to stop during the first interception, and a crew on a RIB launch came to make an arrest.

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