The crews of the ships of the Baltic Fleet conducted training at base points to search for and destroy underwater saboteurs. This was told by the press service of the Western Military District for the Baltic Fleet.
It is noted that about ten surface ships, boats and support vessels, ten units of military equipment were involved in it, and more than 100 military personnel were involved in practical actions.
“A planned training session on anti-submarine and sabotage defense (APDO) of ship forces was held at the bases of the ships of the Baltic Fleet in the Kaliningrad and Leningrad regions,” the message says.
During the training, the crews received information about the threat of terrorist acts at the ship bases using enemy submarine sabotage groups. On a signal, a combat alert is announced, employees are urgently prepared for battle and a campaign, they turn screws to eliminate the enemy, and they also set up an armed watch for anti-submarine and sabotage defense.
Then duty ships and boats inspect the waters and search for underwater saboteurs at base points, and also carry out preventive grenade throwing. At the end, divers inspect the underwater parts of the hulls of the ships for the presence of explosive devices and damage.