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Performing these drills is not mandatory for performance testing, they are great skill developers. These drills exist purely for coordination and insert development. DMS Strike 1 This is a high right side attack. Booby-Trapped Be cautious of explosives planted on bodies triggered to detonate upon investigation of the body.

The classic knee strike. Knee to the thigh. You strike, see the block coming, and assault on another line.

Close Quarter Combat Group: Training Mission Three

hoco DMS Strike 5 The power shove. A hooking forearm strike. Step in, back hook kick the inner leg and push. Note the positions of the arms and since everyone is seated, the raising of the knee. Always consult your local authorities. But where and when possible, always hurt the enemy with a block. Be advised you could kill him! Later, when left alone, you might be able to slip through your bonds.


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Review Training Mission One for quick draw details. Training Mission Three Page 57 W.

Suffice to say human life is extremely tenacious. Killshot Knife Sparring Perform rounds hhochheim Strike and push upon: Beware cuffing your suspect to other items. Raise your arm and lean your body across the back for pain compliance. They are broken down here in four easy grouping sets. Let it raise, then slip your arm into this newly acquired space.

Knee to prone targets.

A unwatched suspect may find a sharp corner and cut through the tape. In Training Mission Two we learned saber grip slashing.

All slashes are bad, however we try to minimize wounds. Do not obsess rtaining multitudes of skill drills, obsess instead on combative applications. Assist with a knee strike to the inner thigh or knee. Double arm split contact. It is all here for you already. The knife continues in.


Several factors will be weighed when making that decision, including physical disabilities or old age. He assesses your body parts and gear as potential targets. The arms can be punched forward with a step. Training Mission Three Page 54 W.

Turn into the person. It is hard enough to become graduates of both schools. Training Mission Three Page 42 W. You pass, hook the arm and strike the best available target.

The chain link may be easier to apply, but will allow the suspect to move his hands more than with hinges. Defecation and Urination Many times as you approach the body you may detect the smell of, or spy the stains of feces or urine; when the body dies, many muscles relax. Tom Barnhart reaches for a backpack weapon from a common hands up position.