There are seats for two pilots, each with plug-in capabilities to operate the targeting/firing system for the twin twenty caliber, twenty millimeter sentry guns that provide the primary defense.
The 67-1A can also function as a stealth rescue boat, with its high speed maneuverability making it ideal for night missions. With its patented "hush mode" engine, anti-tracking systems and low physical profile, it can penetrate hostile territory without detection by audio or visual sensors, or by radar or sonar soundings.
There is one wide-body, impact-resistant seat with two passive restraint pad and headrests, providing enough space for two passengers. There are also two padded benches with hand-hold straps located toward the bow just behind the storage compartments. The compartments can store up to three hundred kilograms of supplies.
The air spoils are operated by computer-assisted hydraulics tied to the pilot's handgrip. The defensive stealth technology includes a sonar/radar anti-detection decoy launcher, jamming technology, and diversionary "ghost" signaling. The composites used to manufacture the surface of the hull and air spoils are radar-absorbent, and the low profile and angling on all detectable surfaces help to deflect any motion-mass sensor technology.