The US Navy announced that the USS Michigan, a submarine known for carrying special-ops teams, stopped in South Korea’s Busan as part of a “routine port visit.” However, photos of the event reveal that Navy SEALs may have been a part of the mission. Atop the submarine appear to be two silos for SEAL Delivery Vehicles, used to transport US Navy SEALs and their equipment for missions in enemy territory. The Navy confirmed to Business Insider that the pods are used by Naval Special Warfare units, but it does not disclose deployments of Navy SEALs. The submarine, which is used to carry nuclear missiles, carries 150 Tomahawk precision-guided missiles.
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