The US Navy shared a video of weapons it seized, laid out on the deck of a missile cruiser.
The Navy said the arms were found hidden in a ship and were going to Yemen.
It said assault rifles, machine guns, sniper rifles and grenades launchers were included.
The US Navy seized an illegal shipment of arms that was so big it covered much of the deck of a missile cruiser.
The Navy said on Sunday that it found the shipment hidden in a ship in the Arabian Sea as part of an operation that started on Thursday.
The U.S. Navy's Fifth Fleet shared a video of the guided-missile cruiser USS Monterey, which showed the weapons covering much of the deck:
To give a sense of scale, the Monterey is some 55 feet wide according to an online Pentagon database.
Images show as many as 12 weapons comfortably spaced barrel-to-barrel.
The Fifth Fleet said in a statement that the haul included "dozens of advanced Russian-made anti-tank guided missiles, thousands of Chinese Type 56 assault rifles, and hundreds of PKM machine guns, sniper rifles and rocket-propelled grenades launchers. Other weapon components included advanced optical sights."
The Navy said that the weapons were bound for Yemen, but did not say where they came from.
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