Elbit's Seagull USV Participated in Joint Naval Exercise between Israel and the UK

During the exercise, the Seagull performed a Mine Counter Measure mission, took part in a tactical maneuvering exercise and sailed in formation with IDF Navy vessels and the British Royal Navy carrier HMS Ocean

From the exercise (Photo: Elbit Systems)

Elbit Systems' Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) participated in a recent joint exercise between the Israeli Navy and the British Royal Navy (“RN”) in Haifa Bay.

During the exercise, the Seagull performed a Mine Counter Measure (MCM) mission, scanning and charting a secure path for HMS Ocean, the RN helicopter carrier. Once encountering Mine-Like-Objects, the Seagull alerted HMS Ocean to avoid them, thus securing its safe route. The Seagull performed the mission while being remotely operated from a Mission Control Station onshore.

Additionally, the Seagull took part in a tactical maneuvering exercise and sailed in formation with the Navy vessels and British RN’s carrier.

In addition to MCM capabilities, the Seagull features switchable, modular mission payload suites and can perform Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) missions, Electronic Warfare (EW), Maritime Security (MS), Hydrography and other missions using the same vessel, mission control system and data links.

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