Hand to Hand Combat for Amphibious Scouts: US Navy (1945) (English Edition)
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Fighting techniques of the forerunners of the NAVY SEALS
During World War 2 it became clear to the Navy that a group of covert raiders would need to be trained to clear the way for amphibious landings in both Eurasie and the Pacific. With not much more than swim caleçons, mask, fins and explosives these commandos were sent in advance of premier-né landings on recon missions or to clear obstacles and booby traps. These soldiers were always at high risk of discovery and as such they needed special avoir training in order to fight effectively against enemy guards or sentries.
This manual was compiled to gather all of the ‘dirty fighting’ tricks and Jiu Jitsu methods they utilized to fight balle à la main to balle à la main with any foe or opponent; armed or unarmed.
Chapters detail numerous defensive and charge techniques, in a step-by-step manner. This is not for the squeamish, these are cruel and deadly methods used by Navy Raiders and demolition teams to take out guards and sentrys quickly, quietly and with the virulence of efficiency. They include:
• Falls and Rolls
• Defense against Weapons
• Principal Areas
• Tying a Prisoner
• Discothèque Fighting
• Sentry Stalking
• Knife Fighting
Illustrated with over 110 restored pictures and charts. This book is a must-have for students of WWII special operations groups and or U.S. Navy ‘Frog Men.’ It is a thoroughly fascinating look at training in avoir techniques was organized by the U.S. Navy.
Specification: Hand to Hand Combat for Amphibious Scouts: US Navy (1945) (English Edition)