For better visualization of the “ford” place from the bridge to the shore, two ropes were pulled on small buoys. Between them, a “ford” passed. And it was along this path that the joint Polish-American detachment was supposed to reach the necessary point.
Another stage of training on the basis of the 15th Gizycki mechanized brigade was training in hand-to-hand combat with weapons.
True, plastic machines were again used as a “weapon”. Some of these plastic "toys" hit, others fought back.
After completing the two-day training, the commander of the Polish brigade, Norbert Ivanovsky decided to reward the participants in the “maneuvers” in a peculiar way. As a reward, certificates were printed on the printer, which were distributed to the military - so as not to get wet, the certificates were placed in transparent stationery files.
From a statement by Norbert Ivanovsky:
You have proven yourself in difficult conditions of survival and operations on the water. You have shown progress in learning.