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Have buddy kneel behind you with his hands on your knees. Have buddy kneel behind you with his hands on your shoulders Figure To prevent injury to the hand, the soldier must maintain a firm grip on the small of the stock. Hold this for 10 to 15 seconds. Given nine lanes on a meter bayonet assault course over irregular terrain with four types of targets: Gloves should be worn as part of the training uniform when weather dictates.
Reinforce the details of each technique and provide positive feedback when warranted. Command emphasis is the key to a successful combatives program.
Assistant instructors must also be properly trained to help supervise and demonstrate maneuvers. Repeat two or three times. Instructors use the following safety measures:.
Alternate legs and positions after two or three sequences. Use occasional humor to motivate soldiers, but avoid degrading or insulting them. Sawdust pits are designed to teach throws and falls safely, but are not very suitable for ground fighting. Training pads can be requisitioned through supply channels or purchased locally.
This chapter discusses the trainer’s role in teaching and sustaining effective hand-to-hand combat. Although striking is a inefficient way to end a fight, it is a very important part of a fight. Studying the new techniques in this method ensures that the movements are correctly programmed into the soldiers’ subconscious after a few repetitions. A common area for teaching hand-to-hand f, is a sawdust pit.
Soldiers may use light blows to other vulnerable areas; however, they must exercise caution at all times. Gradually return to starting position. During these drills, basic positional techniques are repeated at the beginning of each training session with a different detail emphasized each session.
Continually strive to reduce all unnecessary explanations, movement, and activity. Realistic sights and sounds of battle-fire, smoke, confusion, and pyrotechnics-can also be created to enhance realism. A well-coordinated demonstration and professional demonstrators are crucial for successful learning by soldiers. Include natural obstacles such as streams, ravines, ridges, and thick vegetation. Raise legs over head and roll back as far as possible, trying to place toes on the ground behind head.
The crawl, walk, run approach to unit training ensures a high skill level throughout the unit and minimizes the risk of training injuries. The primary instructor talks the demonstrators through the techniques by the numbers, and then the demonstrators execute at combat speed.
Use a variety of targets to provide experience in different attacks. Before combatives training, the soldier must be prepared for the upcoming physical stress. Advanced individual training AIT commanders should review the training presented during basic training and, as time permits, expand into the more advanced techniques discussed in this manual.
Modern combatives allow soldiers to compete safely.
Develop as many skilled combatives instructors for each unit as possible. The wall 25.10 be cinderblocks, sandbags, or dirt if other materials are not available. The following instructor responsibilities are the core of planning and executing combatives training. If the extended rectangular formation is used, the first and third ranks should face the second and fourth ranks so that each soldier is directly across him a partner.
Executing movements at combat speed enables soldiers to see how effective a technique is. A large, grassy, outdoor area free of obstructions is suitable for training. Instructors should encourage spirited aggressiveness.
Rake the training pit to loosen sawdust and remove all sharp objects. Two methods are appropriate for demonstrating combative techniques based on the size of the group to be taught. Streamline the training without compromising content, efficiency, or safety. Primary trainers should be of the appropriate rank; for instance, a platoon primary trainer should be a squad rm or the platoon sergeant to ensure that the training actually occurs.
Dm Formation or 2.5150. Instructors use execution by the numbers to break techniques down into step-by-step phases so soldiers can clearly see how the movements are developed from start to finish.
The targets are marked with a sign to indicate the required attack. Bend left leg with sole touching to inside of the right thigh. Build a foot square demonstration area Figure in the center of the pit with the same type of retaining wall described in paragraph a. Hold for 20 seconds, then alternate positions. The soldiers then execute this technique from start to finish.
He stresses correct body movement and key teaching points as he does them. Ensure training areas are well maintained and free of dangerous obstructions. The primary instructor talks himself through the demonstration.