Field Manual 21-150 COMBATIVES by Department of the Army Publications Staff

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B. Shoulder Dislocation. If the opponent applies a choke from the rear, the defender places the back of his hand against the inside of the opponent’s forearm (Figure 3-11, Step 1). Then, he brings the other hand over the crook of the opponent’s elbow and clasps hands, keeping his hands close to his body as he moves his entire body around the opponent (Figure 3-11, Step 2). He positions his body so that the opponent’s upper arm is aligned with the opponent’s shoulders (Figure 3-11, Step 3). The opponent’s arm should be bent at a 90-degree angle.

This builds the soldier’s confidence in the techniques, allows him to develop a clear mental picture of the principles behind the technique, and gives him confidence in his ability to perform the technique during an actual attack. The command is, THE RIGHT-HIP THROW AT COMBAT SPEED, MOVE. The soldiers then execute this technique from start to finish. 2-15. DRILLS Drills are used to maintain soldiers’ skills in executing techniques through repetition. During these drills, techniques or phases of techniques are repeated as often as necessary to ensure programmed learning by the soldiers.

DRILLS Drills are used to maintain soldiers’ skills in executing techniques through repetition. During these drills, techniques or phases of techniques are repeated as often as necessary to ensure programmed learning by the soldiers. Subconscious programming usually occurs after 25 repetitions of movement. 2-26 FM 21-150 Technique drills help soldiers retain their skills, and they are a good tool for reviewing techniques already learned. 2-16. FOAM PADS Foam pads (Figure 2-21) are highly recommended to enhance training.

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