During drills in the Kaliningrad region, Russian naval troops showed off their underwater combat skills: shooting, close fighting and mine clearance training in various conditions, temperatures and visibility. The drills were centred around a staged siege by a fictitious enemy that had captured a naval base and planted mines in one of the ships. The troops had to then clear the area of explosives. The troops use a 5.66 calibre APS assault rifle.
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