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8/2/07 3:22 PM
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Edited: 02-Aug-07
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This is just a question that arose out of curiosity. Wuth regards to the H2H system taught to soldiers, are these techniques taught in a matter in which they could be used by the average sized soldier against an opponent that may possibly be alot larger? For example, even a skilled martial artist could likely get mopped by a highly athletic person that has little training. In terms of true combat, there are no weight classes or skill divisions, so I was wondering if the H2H system is taught to be effective against combatants of all shapes and sizes.
8/3/07 3:52 PM
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Edited: 03-Aug-07
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"For example, even a skilled martial artist could likely get mopped by a highly athletic person that has little training"

Sorry, cannot agree with you there. Could it happen? Sure. Is it Likely...No. Going further, there are far too many variables to even make this an argument.

Google the following: Modern Army Combatives FM 3-25.150 for more in depth information.


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