|Operators||United States Belgium|
|Type||Unmanned Undersea Vehicle|
|Length||1.2 m (3 ft 11 in)|
|Propulsion||Four independent motors plus hover thruster|
|Range||1 km (0.62 mi)|
The Seafox is an anti-mine remotely operated vehicle (ROV) manufactured by German company Atlas Elektronik to locate and destroy ground and moored mines. There are two versions and a training version. The orange Seafox-I "inspection" variant has sonar and an Inertial navigation system, and the black Seafox-C "combat" round has a 1.4 kg shaped charge warhead. The system is in service with eleven navies across seventy platforms.
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