British sailors taught to deal with the enemy kicking or attacking from behind at a training program in United Kingdom.
United Kingdom Date:1943 Duration:3 min 3 sec Sound:Yes
A training program for the sailors of British Navy teaches them methods of hand to hand combat attack and counterattack. A British Navy officer and other sailors. Two sailors demonstrate the methods. The sailor who poses as the opponent moves forward with a weapon in his hand. The other sailor protects himself with the edge of his arm and delivers a punch in the tummy. The two sailors demonstrate what to do when enemy comes forward to kick. Both sailors move towards each other. The opponent raises his leg to kick. The sailor holds it, sweeps it and causes the opponent to fall on the ground. The sailor hits at the shin of the enemy with his boots. The two sailors move towards each other and both roll on the ground. The other sailors look. The two sailors show how to protect one self when the enemy attacks from behind. The sailor stands with a gun. The opponent comes from behind and grabs the sailor. The sailor jerks back his head and uses his left leg to protect himself. The opponent comes from behind and grabs the sailor with his forearm. The sailor grabs his arm with both his hands, kneels down and hauls him over. The opponent attacks the sailor from behind and grabs his neck with his hands. The sailor holds the hands of the enemy and hauls him over.
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