British Navy training program teaches sailors the methods to control a prisoner, United Kingdom.
United Kingdom Date:1943 Duration:1 min 34 sec Sound:Yes
A training program for the sailors of British Navy demonstrates how to tie up a prisoner. Two sailors demonstrate the method. The sailor who poses as the opponent lies face down on the ground. Using a cord the other sailor secures the thumbs at the back, one at a time. The sailor bends the right leg of the opponent and places the ankle of this leg behind the knee of the left leg. Then he lifts the left leg up and secures this leg and the thumbs together. A Navy officer. Other sailors and officers look carefully. The sailor ties the wrists one at a time and secures them to the legs after arranging the legs as done earlier. He passes the rope around the opponent's neck. The opponent all tied up on the ground. The sailor turns the opponent face down on the ground and sits on his back facing towards the opponent's legs. He arranges the leg as done earlier, lifts the left leg and pulls at it.
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