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COVERPREFACE1.INTRODUCTIONDefinition of CombativesPurposes of Combative TrainingBasic PrinciplesSafety
2.TRAININGI.Train-the-TrainerResponsibilities of TrainersSafety Precautions
II.Unit TrainingBasic or One-Station Unit TrainingUnit Sustainment Training Program
III.Training AreasTraining FormationsMatted RoomPit ConstructionBayonet Assault Course
IV.Teaching TechniquesWarm-Ups and StretchesCrawl, Walk, and RunDemonstrationsExecution by the NumbersExecution at Combat SpeedDrillsTraining Pads and Other Protective Equipment
3.BASIC GROUND-FIGHTING TECHNIQUESI.Dominant Body PositionBack MountFront MountGuardSide Control
II.Basic TechniquesBody Positioning MovesFinishing MovesDrillsDefense Against Headlocks
4.ADVANCED GROUND-FIGHTING TECHNIQUESI.Advanced AttacksAdvanced Body PositionsPass the GuardAttacks from the MountAttacks from the Back MountAttacks from the GuardKnee MountLeg Attacks
II.StrikesPass the GuardStriking from Side ControlDefending Against Strikes in the Guard
5.TAKEDOWNS AND THROWSBreakfallsClosing the Distance and Achieving the ClinchThrow and Takedown TechniquesDefending Against HeadlocksTakedowns from Against a WallDouble Leg AttackSingle Leg AttacksAttacks from the Rear
6.STRIKESArm StrikesPunching CombinationsKicksTransition Between Ranges
7.HANDHELD WEAPONSI.Offensive TechniquesAngles of AttackRifle with Fixed BayonetBayonet/KnifeKnife-Against-Rifle SequenceAdvanced Weapons Techniques and Training
II.Field-Expedient WeaponsEntrenching ToolThree-Foot StickSix-Foot Pole
8.STANDING DEFENSEI.Unarmed OpponentDefense Against ChokesDefense Against Bear Hugs
II.Armed OpponentDefense Against Armed OpponentDefense Against a KnifeUnarmed Defense Against a Rifle with Fixed Bayonet
9.GROUP TACTICSI.Lethal Force ScenariosRangeControlFinishing
II.Restrictive Force ScenariosTwo Against OneThree Against TwoParityOne Against TwoTwo Against Three
APPENDIX A.SITUATIONAL TRAININGAPPENDIX B.COMPETITIONSGLOSSARYREFERENCESAUTHENTICATION
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