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US ARMY FM 21-150 - Hand To Hand Combat - Modern Prepper

US ARMY FM 21-150 - Hand To Hand Combat - Modern Prepper

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FM 21-1500. Inspect all sandbags on retaining walls before conduct of instruction sothat all bags are serviceable with at least 75 percent fill and that entire retainerwall is covered with sandbags. Any bag placed where personnel are likely to fallwill be filled with the same consistency filler as the sawdust in the pit and will alsoprovide a minimum of 6 inches of sawdust.p. Maintain a buffer zone of 6 feet from retainer wall and demonstration areaduring all training, especially training requiring throws and takedowns by students.q. Rake the training pit to loosen sawdust and remove all sharp objects.Properly inspect the pit so that all safety hazards are removed beforeinstruction/demonstrations are executed.r. Perform inspections on training pits two days before use to ensure thatthere is at least 6 inches of sawdust throughout the training pit area. This willallow time to acquire sawdust to resurface pit area if there is not 6 inches ofsurface sawdust.Section IIUNIT TRAININGAlthough combative are not likely to become part of a unit’smission-essential task list, commanders cannot overlook theimportance of soldiers’ skills in hand-to-hand combat. Hand-to-handfighting is a possibility in any conflict, and a basic proficiency incombative may save soldiers’ lives. Entry-level soldiers receive atraining base in combative during basic training and in OSUT.Advanced individual training commanders should consider usinghand-to-hand combat as part of the physical training program. Theyshould review the training presented during basic training and, as timepermits, expand into the more advanced techniques discussed in thisfield manual. Regular units must incorporate combative into anorganized training program for soldiers to achieve and sustainproficiency levels.CAUTIONWHEN PLANNING COMBATIVES TRAINING,INSTRUCTORS MUST TAKE PRECAUTIONS ACCORDINGTO THE TIME OF DAY SEASON, AND ACCLIMATIZATIONOF SOLDIERS. THEY MUST ALSO CONSIDERMODIFICATION OF THE UNIFORM, BREAK TIMES, AND ORTHE AVAILABILITY OF WATER.2-3

FM 21-1502-3. BASIC OR ONE-STATION UNIT TRAININGCombative training in the basic or one-station unit training program is based on10 hours of available training time, divided into five periods of 2 hours each. Thefollowing is a suggested POI for introductory-level combative training.a. Period 1 - 2 Hours.(1) Introduction to combatives—safety.(2) Combat demonstration performed by instructors or trainers to gainattention and to motivate soldiers.(3) Vital points and vulnerable points.(4) Warm-ups.(5) Stretches.(6) Stances.(7) Elbows and knees.(8) Short punches and strikes.(9) Kicks.(10) Drills. Twenty-five repetitions for each strike—that is, elbows,knees, punches, and kicks-using vital and vulnerable points.(11) Combinations of strikes.b. Period 2 - 2 Hours.(1) Warm-ups and stretches.(2) Review of strikes.(3) Falls.(4) Throws.(5) Proficiency development of falls and throws through repetition.c. Period 3 - 2 Hours.(1) Warm-ups and stretches.(2) Review of falls.(3) Grappling.(4) Chokes.d. Period 4 - 2 Hours.(1) Warm-ups and stretches.(2) Defense and counters against weapons.Angles of attack and defenses of each angle.Knife defense.Knife attacks.Three-foot stick defense.Three-foot stick attacks.Drills. Twenty-five repetitions of defenses against eachangle of attack, knife attacks, and 3-foot stick attacks.2-4

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    CHAPTER 5LONG-RANGE COMBATIVESIn lo

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    FM 21-150Section IIDEFENSIVE TECHNI

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    FM 21-150a. No. 1 Angle of Attack.

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    CHAPTER 7SENTRY REMOVALCareful plan

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    FM 21-150A-1. SECURING EQUIPMENTUni

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    REFERENCESDOCUMENTS NEEDEDThese doc

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    FM 21-15030 SEPTEMBER 1992By order

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