If troops landed directly in the port, with paratroopers studied plan of the port facilities, the location of the streets of the city, adjacent to the port, and so on. D. For example, the location of the warehouses have been thoroughly studied in the Battle of the Kerch Peninsula (1941) with staff riot and other facilities in the port of Feodosia, approaches to the streets, going from the port to the city, and a plan for the entire city.  In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk operations (1945) on the transition landing for landing at the port Maoka each ship and each landing were often equipped with aerial photographs port and city Maoka and photocopies of maps of the area Maoka to put on them a grid of squares,  as well as the military and geographical information Maoka port.  Marines in transit carefully examined on these documents the landing site and the port area.  However, it should be noted that in the landing operation Seysinskoy material such as information about the city Seishin, was delivered late and only once.