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    The Ultimate fighting guide. The definitive book on hand-to-hand, knife, and bayonet combat. Outstanding illustrations. Even if you don't want to be the next cage match champion, this is an incredibly interesting book. A continuation of FM 21-150.

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    COVER
    PREFACE
    1.INTRODUCTION
    Definition of Combatives
    Purposes of Combative Training
    Basic Principles
    Safety

    2.TRAINING
    I.Train-the-Trainer
    Responsibilities of Trainers
    Safety Precautions

    II.Unit Training
    Basic or One-Station Unit Training
    Unit Sustainment Training Program

    III.Training Areas
    Training Formations
    Matted Room
    Pit Construction
    Bayonet Assault Course

    IV.Teaching Techniques
    Warm-Ups and Stretches
    Crawl, Walk, and Run
    Demonstrations
    Execution by the Numbers
    Execution at Combat Speed
    Drills
    Training Pads and Other Protective Equipment

    3.BASIC GROUND-FIGHTING TECHNIQUES
    I.Dominant Body Position
    Back Mount
    Front Mount
    Guard
    Side Control

    II.Basic Techniques
    Body Positioning Moves
    Finishing Moves
    Drills
    Defense Against Headlocks

    4.ADVANCED GROUND-FIGHTING TECHNIQUES
    I.Advanced Attacks
    Advanced Body Positions
    Pass the Guard
    Attacks from the Mount
    Attacks from the Back Mount
    Attacks from the Guard
    Knee Mount
    Leg Attacks

    II.Strikes
    Pass the Guard
    Striking from Side Control
    Defending Against Strikes in the Guard

    5.TAKEDOWNS AND THROWS
    Breakfalls
    Closing the Distance and Achieving the Clinch
    Throw and Takedown Techniques
    Defending Against Headlocks
    Takedowns from Against a Wall
    Double Leg Attack
    Single Leg Attacks
    Attacks from the Rear

    6.STRIKES
    Arm Strikes
    Punching Combinations
    Kicks
    Transition Between Ranges

    7.HANDHELD WEAPONS
    I.Offensive Techniques
    Angles of Attack
    Rifle with Fixed Bayonet
    Bayonet/Knife
    Knife-Against-Rifle Sequence
    Advanced Weapons Techniques and Training

    II.Field-Expedient Weapons
    Entrenching Tool
    Three-Foot Stick
    Six-Foot Pole

    8.STANDING DEFENSE
    I.Unarmed Opponent
    Defense Against Chokes
    Defense Against Bear Hugs

    II.Armed Opponent
    Defense Against Armed Opponent
    Defense Against a Knife
    Unarmed Defense Against a Rifle with Fixed Bayonet

    9.GROUP TACTICS
    I.Lethal Force Scenarios
    Range
    Control
    Finishing

    II.Restrictive Force Scenarios
    Two Against One
    Three Against Two
    Parity
    One Against Two
    Two Against Three

    APPENDIX A.SITUATIONAL TRAINING
    APPENDIX B.COMPETITIONS
    GLOSSARY
    REFERENCES
    AUTHENTICATION

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    Although the fighting style described in this book is similar to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, a student of the following martial arts schools would find it interesting: Aikido, Judo, Jiu-Jitsu, Karate, Kendo, Ninjutsu, Shurikenjutsu, Kung Fu, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, kickboxing, boxing, wrestling, Taekwondo, Karate, Kobudo, Shuri-te, Tegumi, Mixed Martial Arts

    Although it is primarily intended for (and developed by the US Army), someone from a different Warfare, Warrior or War background could benefit, such as: Special Forces, Marines, Commandos, Navy SEAL teams, British English Special Air Service, French Naval Commandos, Frogman, Shock Troops, Black Operations, Stormtroopers, Reconnaissance, Saboteurs engaged in Sabotage, Spies, Assassins, Ninjas, Shinobi, Japanese Samurai, Gladiators, Mercenaries, Security Guards, those who want to be like Rambo, Chuck Norris or Bruce Lee, or anyone into Self Defense.

    An excellent guide for learning how to: Punch, Kick, Throw, Tackle, Dodge, Hook, Strike, Smash, Poke, Cut, Slash, Jab

    Great for fighting: Taliban, Al-Queda, Terrorists, Nazi Fascists, Communists, Oppressive Regime Governments, Dictators

    Weapon Training in this book can be applied to: Katana, Nunchaku, Sai, Bo Staff, Sai, Kama, Shotguns, Rifles, M-16, M-14, AR-15, Colt 1911 .45, Rocket Propelled Grenade Launcher, Missile, Bazooka, Machine Gun

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