Sarendalan Marines go through many rigorous training exercises, one of which is mine disabling.
This training takes place in a bay along the northern coast of Sarendala.
One marine approaches the mine, tools in hand for opening and disabling it.
This is a bright red practice mine, almost identical to a standard mine; the only differences being it's painted bright red for safety and it contains no explosives (wouldn't want someone to die from accidentally setting off a real mine while trying to disable it).
There's a second diver on hand to supervise and help in case of emergency.
There's a 3rd Marine in the boat, to keep it from drifting away. He has medical training and a first-aid kit in case of emergency, as well. (this far away from land, and cold water everywhere, you need to plan for unexpected emergencies, even if they happen rarely)
This is my Marines Category MOC for Decisive Action 2.0. First time I've tried this water technique used for dioramas, and I would like some feedback/tips.
1. Your Marines MOC is a minifig scale diorama (size determined by the player) depicting marines in action.
2. Your Marines MOC must include at least 3 Marine minifigs doing some activity (attacking, defending, rendering humanitarian aid, etc).
3. Your Marines MOC must include a water feature (ocean, river, lake, etc).
4. Your Marines MOC must include a brick built zodiac or inflatable boat of some kind. Do not use the pre-fab zodiac made by LEGO.
5. Your Marines MOC must include a medic.