After successfully dodging the Russian topedo by speeding at it head on before it can arm itself, Ramius notes that Captain Tupolev (Stellan Skarsgård) won't make that mistake again and prepares for battle. Suddenly, gunfire erupts, fatally wounding Ramius' first officer Vasily Borodin (Sam Neill) with a bullet meant for Ramius. The as-yet unidentified sniper runs into the missile bay, intending to rig a missile in order to blow up the Red October. He is followed by Ryan and Ramius, who takes a bullet in the shoulder. Ryan continues going after the saboteur whom he identifies as Loginov (Tomas Arana), the Red October's cook, just before he shoots him. Meanwhile, the Konovalov has fired a live torpedo at the Red October. With the help of the Dallas, the Red October takes evasive measures, causing the torpedo to search out another ship, finally settling on the Konovalov, blowing it out of the water. The President's national security adviser, Jeffrey Pelt (Richard Jordan), explains to Soviet ambassador Andrei Lysenko (Joss Ackland) that recovery of the Red October wreckage is too difficult at this time but that the crew is safe and will be returned to the Soviets. Lysenko mentions that the Konovalov has also been lost, causing Pelt to tsk.Some time later, Ramius, Ryan, Mancuso (Scott Glenn), Melekhin (Ronald Guttman), and the Red October head up the Penobscot River in Maine. Ryan assures Ramius that this is the last place satellites will ever try to look for the sub. 'Welcome to the New World, sir,' Ryan then says to Ramius. In the final scene, Ryan flies back to London with Stanley's new baby brother.