October 24, 1962 US Navy EM "Blandy" Atlantic Bob Briner gave notice to mariners Commander Kelly, who was sitting in his chair on the ledge of the bridge. Kelly read the warning. - My God, the next time they want us to give Russian ice cream and cookies and kiss their ass. Sons of bitches need to knock out of the water, if they do not come up, even though they know that we will be caught. Take it to Commodore, and let Brad Sherman hangs a copy of messages on the sonar. Here, on the bridge, too, need to hang a copy of the pointer to select the weapons to all watch officers knew it by heart. Tell Brad that he wrapped grenade rolls of toilet paper, as they will explode at a greater depth. - Kelly has used this technique during joint maneuvers with US submarines, which usually turned out to be deeper than the one which exploded a grenade practice depth charges. They usually explode at a depth of about 50 feet (about 15 meters - Note Trans..). Although grenades and considered harmless, divers hated them, because a close explosion, and even not strong, could damage some some sensitive equipment on the boat. Shook grenade whole roll of toilet paper, you will delay the release of the fuse to the disintegration of paper, allowing the grenade fall to a greater depth, where it exploded - at 100 or even 150 feet from the surface (30 and 45 meters respectively - Note Trans..), If there was wrapped in a sufficient amount of paper. Flenegen dubbed these "branded" charges "Blandy" "depth charges from sralnoy paper."