You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
USMC Close Combat

Fully-illustrated United States Marine Corps Close Combat Guide

Fully-illustrated United States Marine Corps Close Combat Guide

USMC Close Combat

by FWSMC
USMC Close Combat

What is it about?

Fully-illustrated United States Marine Corps Close Combat Guide. Great for Marines currently serving, or just for reference.

USMC Close Combat

App Details

Version
1.0.0
Rating
(8)
Size
8Mb
Genre
Books Reference
Last updated
January 7, 2012
Release date
January 7, 2012
More info

App Store Description

Fully-illustrated United States Marine Corps Close Combat Guide. Great for Marines currently serving, or just for reference.

Features

Overview of Close Combat
Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Close Combat
1. Ranges of Close Combat
2. Weapons of the Body
3. Target Areas of the Body
4. Pressure Points of the Body
5. Basic Warrior Stance
6. Angles of Approach and Movement
7. Balance and Off-Balancing
8. Falls
Chapter 2. Lethal and Nonlethal Weapons Techniques
1. Bayonet Techniques
2. Nonlethal Rifle and Shotgun Retention Techniques
3. Nonlethal Handgun Retention Techniques
4. Firearm Disarmament Techniques
Chapter 3. Hand-Held Weapons
1. Fundamentals of Knife Fighting
2. Knife Fighting Techniques
3. Weapons of Opportunity
4. Fundamentals of Combative Stick
5. Combative Stick Techniques
6. Blocking Techniques
7. Unarmed Against Hand-Held Weapons
8. Counters to Hand-Held Weapon Attacks
Chapter 4. Strikes
1. Principles of Punches
2. Punches
3. Strikes with the Upper Body
4. Strikes with the Lower Body
5. Counters to Strikes
Chapter 5. Throws
1. Turning Throw
2. Hip Throw
3. Leg Sweep
Chapter 6. Chokes and Holds
1. Types of Chokes
2. Chokes
3. Counters to Chokes and Holds
Chapter 7. Ground Fighting
1. Offensive Ground Fighting
2. Defensive Ground Fighting
3. Ground Fighting Chokes
Chapter 8. Nonlethal Techniques
1. Unarmed Restraints and Manipulation
2. Nonlethal Baton
Appendices
A. Pugil Stick Training
B. Safety Precautions During Training