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Camouflage & Markings of the Shermans in New Zealand provider 1943-45
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164-165). 165 This combination is applied in that case, when you have to fight against several enemies at once. Let us presuppose that you attack a fighter who’s standing in front of you. At the same time another enemy can attack you from behind. After you beat your first opponent you turn back and repulse your second enemy’s attack. If the first assaulter tries to attack you from behind, you can deliver a thrust blow through your head. Example 1. Now take a look at this combination against the unarmed fighter (pic.
Here you can see a fighter (on the left) holding a knife in direct snatch in front of himself at the stomach level. The second opponent (on the right) is holding the knife in reverse snatch. The weapon is on the right above the shoulder (pic. 182). Both fighters are in the attack position. Each of them can start the attack at any moment. pic. 182 pic. 183 pic. 186 The fight from the right starts the attack. He makes a deep step with his front leg and delivers a thrust bottom-up blow. The fighter on the left jumps backwards immediately and thus delivers a thrust bottom-up blow (pic.
At the same time, he draws his hand behind the back and delivers a thrust bottom-up blow. The enemy on the right steps backwards and thus avoids the assaulter’s thrust blow (pic. 94 – 95). However he commits a mistake. He doesn’t draw his hand behind the back and that is why he is tardy with his counter attack. When the fighter on the right starts his counter attack, that one from the left side is already ready to react to it. As a result, the enemy’s blow doesn’t hit the aim. The fighter on the left repulses his opponent’s attack with the help of a cutting blow aimed at his body (pic.