- Soldiers practice throwing grenades and incendiary bottles at enemy tanks.
- Mines of all types and their uses are also included in the program.
- In case there are no grenades, the soldiers are taught to manufacture simple explosives. For this, they take TNT (an explosive substance), and a detonator. All of this is wrapped in a fabric sack, cloth, sock, etc. So this improvised grenade does not slide off the enemy tank, and sticks to it, it is coated in thick grease or sap.
- AT teams do not only learn to use their equipment in theory, or only read about tactics of tank fighting, but apply their knowledge in special obstacle courses or "tank hunting" courses."
This is all pretty routine. However, the British had a more creative way to fight tanks!