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 Post subject: Pt II - UNARMED COMBAT- Army Training Memorandum (AU)
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PART II
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19. COUNTER FULL NELSON.

(a) Man at right is held in full nelson.
(b) With co-ordinated movements clamps down on opponent's arms, clasps hands in front of chest, moves to right, bends knees and body forward and buttocks back, and places his left hip against opponent's right hip.
(c) With quick twist of body and straightening of legs throws opponent over his left hip.
(d) Retains grip on the ground, and throwing weight of body on opponent's chest breaks his grip.
(e) Should opponent's grip not be broken at this stage, man on top turns to his left and hooks his right leg behind opponent's right leg.
(f) With a quick twist of the shoulders to the left breaks grip and lies across opponent. Applies reverse wristlock or ruthless tactics.

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COUNTER FULL NELSON - ALTERNATIVE METHOD.

(g) Man at right held in full nelson.
(h) With co-ordinated movement bends knees, quickly reaches back and clasps opponent's head or hair.
(i) Simultaneously pulls down on opponent's head and straightens knees, forcing buttocks back into opponent and throwing him overhead.
(j) Throws opponent to ground, following up with ruthless tactics.
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20. STOMACH THROW.

(a) Man at right has grasped opponent by shoulders.
(b) With co-ordinated movement pulls opponent forward, placing right foot in pit of opponent's stomach.
(c) Falls backward, pulling opponent's shoulders down and straightening right leg, throwing opponent in overhead somersault to ground.
(d) Retaining grip follows opponent over in back somersault.
(e) Finishes up kneeling astride opponent and applying cross arm strangle or ruthless tactics.
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21. COUNTER GRASPED BY CLOTHING.

(a) Man at left has been grasped by clothing.
(b) Places left forearm over wrist joint of opponent and grasps left fist with right hand, bearing in and down.
(c) Forcing opponent to knees.
(d) Following up with ruthless tactics.
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22. RUTHLESS TACTICS.

(a) Jabbing fingers in eyes.
(b) Pulling hair.
(c) Biting.
(d) Kicking in the kneecaps.
(e) Kneeing in the fork.
(f) Kicking in the fork.
(g) Kneeing in the fork.
(h) Kicking in the fork.
(j) Tearing mouth.
(k) Breaking hold by use of fingers.
(l) Breaking hold by use of thumbs.
(m) Twisting and breaking fingers.
(n) Bending back and breaking thumbs.
(o) Jabbing with heel of hand.
(p) Clapping hands over ears. (Compression shatters eardrums)
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23. THROAT STRANGLES.

(a) With co-ordinated movement, grasp opponent's collar at left side of his throat with right hand, left arm under opponent's left armpit and across back of neck, placing left hand on right forearm. Force right knees into opponent's back and apply strangle with pulling, squeezing action. This strangle can also be used with great effect from behind when opponent is face down on ground.
(b) Fold arms across opponent's throat and neck, and apply squeezing pressure. Care to be exercised during practice.
(c) Cross arms, and grasping opponent at shoulders, apply pressure with a scissor action.
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24. COUNTER CROSS ARM STRANGLE APPLIED ON GROUND.

(a) Man on ground is held in cross arm strangle.
(b) With co-ordinated movement place his left hand behind opponent's left elbow, and grasps it with his right hand.
(c) Twisting body smartly to left, applies pressure on opponent's elbow; at same time presses down on opponent's left hand with chin to prevent opponent releasing head.
(d) Throws opponent over, retaining pressure on arm and hand.
(e) Moves forward and takes up kneeling position on opponent's upper left arm. Applies goose neck on hand, or adopts ruthless tactics.
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25. COUNTER TO CROSS ARM STRANGLE STANDING.

(a) Man on left is held in cross arm strangle.
(b) Places his left hand under and behind opponent's left elbow.
(c) Strikes left hand sharply with right hand, and applies upward pressure against opponent's left elbow.
(d) Breaking opponent's strangle, throwing him off balance, and following up with ruthless tactics.
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26. COUNTER THROAT STRANGLE FROM FRONT STANDING.

(a) Man at right is held in throat strangle.
(b) With quick movement swings right arm and shoulder across and against opponent's left wrist and forearm, breaking grip.
(c) Swings back, chopping across side of face, and follows up with ruthless tactics.
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27. COUNTER THROAT STRANGLE APPLIED ON GROUND.

(a) Man on ground is held in throat strangle.
(b) In co-ordinated movement, grasps opponent's left wrist with left hand, strikes opponent's left elbow sharply with palm of right hand.
(c) With quick twist of body throws opponent over to left.
(d) Face downwards retaining grip.
(e) Moves smartly forward, kneeling on opponent's upper left arm, applying goose neck on hand. Adopt ruthless tactics.
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28. COUNTER STRANGLE APPLIED FROM BEHIND.

(a) Man at left is held in strangle.
(b) In co-ordinated movement, moves to his right, grasping opponent's right wrist with both hands.
(c) Pulls down sharply on opponent's wrist, and steps behind him, breaking grip.
(d) Applies hammerlock, and places right foot in front of opponent's right leg.
(e) Pushes and trips opponent to ground face downward, retaining hammerlock, break arm or adopt ruthless tactics.
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29. COUNTER STANDING STRANGLE APPLIED FROM REAR.

(a) Man at right is held in strangle applied from behind.
(b) In co-ordinated movement take short step forward with right foot, stretching left leg between opponent's, grasps opponent's right forearm with right hand, placing left hand on opponent's left thigh.
(c) Pulls down on opponent's right forearm, thrusts back with buttocks and left hand, and throws opponent overhead.
(d) To ground - follows up with ruthless tactics.
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30. STALKING MAN FROM BEHIND, CAPTURING AND STRANGLING.

(a) Man on left creeping up on opponent.
(b) With co-ordinated movement places right forearm across opponent's throat, grasping right wrist with left hand, places right knee in small of opponent's back and pulls opponent backward.
(c) To ground, applying pressure by pulling in with the arms, forcing opponent backward and pressing on back of opponent's head with chest, strangling him.
THIS STRANGLE CAN BE USED TO GREAT ADVANTAGE ALSO WHEN STRUGGLING ON THE GROUND WITH AN OPPONENT.

(Unfinished – to be continued)


40. Come-alongs.
41. Neck twist; break and throw.
42. Tying man to tree without cord or rope.
43. Tree climbing with use of rope (toggle rope).


*May be used in wrestling up to the point when injury might be done.

<Note: Numbers 40-43 were never published>

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Ken aka kilogulf59


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