Sailors of the U.S. Navy demonstrate chancery against low frontal attack, arm drag and leg pick up during training in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1942 Duration:3 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Navy Training demonstrates the methods of chancery against low frontal attack, arm drag and the leg pick as part of training in hand to hand combat, United States. Two sailors show chancery against low frontal attack. One of the sailors attacks the other from front. The other sailor puts one of his arms beneath the shoulder of the attacker, passes his other arm beneath the attacker's neck to lock it and delivers a kick to the opponent. Next they demonstrate the Arm drag. The second sailor uses one of his arms to hold the wrist and secures the elbow of the opponent with his other arm. He stamps on the foot of the attacker and drags at his arms which cause both to fall. Now they demonstrate Leg pick up. The second sailor grasps both the legs of the attacker just above his knees, raises him, holds him and drops him on the floor.
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