A training program for the sailors of British Navy teaches the methods of escorting and disarming an opponent.
United Kingdom Date:1943 Duration:4 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
A British Navy training program teaches the sailors methods to escort and disarm an enemy. A British Navy Officer and other sailors. Two sailors demonstrate to escort a prisoner. One of the sailors poses as the opponent. The other sailor points his gun at the opponent who turns back and starts moving forward. The sailor kicks him in the back and points his gun at the opponent who has fallen down on the ground. The sailor prods the opponent in the back with the gun. The opponent turns back and throws the sailor on the ground. The sailor points a pistol at the opponent's back and marches him forward. The sailor pokes into the back of the opponent with his pistol. The sailor points a knife towards the opponent and shoves him to get him moving. The sailor pricks the opponent in the back with the knife. The opponent turns back. The sailor attacks the opponent from behind with a weapon in his hand. The opponent points a gun, a pistol and a knife one by one at the sailor. In each case the sailor swings around, hits the weapon with his hand, hits the opponent and makes him fall to the ground. Two rows of sailors practice the moves.
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