The US Coast Guard offloaded about $185m in illegal narcotics in Port Everglades on Friday during the Fleet Week Miami.

The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mohawk (WMEC 913) alongside several partners, interdicted the illegal drugs in the international waters of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean during six separate cases.

In this collaborative effort, they were able to offload more than 13,803 pounds of cocaine and 3,736 pounds of marijuana, with a combined estimated street value of approximately $185m.

Along with the illicit narcotics, 10 suspected smugglers were apprehended and will face prosecution in federal courts by the U.S. Department of Justice.

“Our offload today represents the combined efforts of U.S. and allied military units from a Caribbean coalition of partners working together to deny drug trafficking organizations access to maritime smuggling routes,” said Cmdr. David Ratner, commanding officer of USCGC Mohawk.

“I am especially proud of the hard work of the Mohawk crew, and grateful for the opportunity to operate with interagency and NATO partners in support of our National Security.”