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Close with the enemy and gain dominance, especially in case of a weapons malfunction or if
the enemy is attempting to use his own weapon.
Achieve the Clinch
Front and Rear Take Down
From a clinch position, a Soldier may take the enemy to the
ground. When in front of the enemy, drive to tackle. When
behind the enemy, drag him down.
Secondary Weapons
Employing a secondary weapon
allows a Soldier to quickly end
the fight but can only be done
safely when the Soldier is in
control of the position.
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Here you can get Army Combatives examples for front and rear take down and achieving the clinch. See bottom of page for more
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