Czech Navy has its roots in the 14th century, when the Czech Kingdom encompassed both, Baltic and Meditteranien shores. Historically, the Czech Navy has always assumed a role of an invisible observer, but its marine provess is indisputable. Numerous battles were fought and won, many kegs of beer saved.

The Experimental Diving Laboratories were established to create fertile design and development environment for the crack force of engineers and scientists. Many highly classified instruments came from this cauldron of ideas. Remarkably the Czech Navy has just recently declassified some areas of its life support equipment design program. The Golem Rebreathers and the Funebrak gizmo are some of the engineering gems made available to public.

Most of the Czech Navy activities still remain under a shroud of secrecy, but the harsh battle-readiness regimen of its elite forces is revealed below.


CzN SEALs in their RIBP (Rapid Insertion Beer Pontoon) during one of their missions (note the keg of Pilsner Urquell back in the middle).

The Czech Navy SEALs are some of the best trained soldiers in the world, capable of deploying up to 4 kegs of beer anywhere on this planet within 24 hours.

REAL men drink REAL Budweiser!


Czech Navy SAR swimmer rescuing priceless string of bratwurst.

 


Czech Naval Headquarters, the famous Hexagon, are cleverly disguised, somewhere in southern Atlantic. Move mouse over the image above to reveal it.