During the capture of a vessel, the squads boarded the vessel by air from various altitudes and by water on high-speed boats.
A simulated enemy was arrested and destroyed in a close quarters combat (CQB) in the holds and on the deck.
The emblem of the 73rd Naval Special Purpose Center is a seahorse. "A seahorse with a sword is a resident of the depths of the sea that firmly holds with its tail a sword from the opposite side to you, which symbolizes that it is not aggressive, but is ready to defend itself from attackers. The seahorse is a master of mimicry, that is, it is a beast that can remain unnoticed in the depths of the sea, which is very important to an intelligence officer," the report reads.
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