Here's some great mid-week image porn. It's U.S. Coast Guard Law Enforcement Detachment 106 capturing a drug sub in the waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean on April 15. The boat was carrying six tons of cocaine (damn, that's a lot of money) along with its crew of four.
It looks like this narco boat is only a semi-submersible, relatively old school compared with the new generation of genuine submarines the cartels are now fielding.
While this is a great catch for the USCG, I've got to ask; how many of these incredibly hard to find boats are making it to their destinations undetected for every one that is caught?