While at the training location, soldiers carried out a wide range of reconnaissance tasks. Of the undertaken activities, a wet gap crossing was particularly important. It was performed on one-man boats in limited visibility.
During the training, the participating scouts occupied the crossing site, assessed the water obstacle taking into account its individual characteristics, such as width, depth, as well as river's current, bottom, banks, and routes for both ingress and egress.
Upon the successful completion of the crossing, the multinational personnel marched together to a safe area.