Combat Conditioning Manual: Jiu Jitsu Defense, Bayonet by R. E. Hanley

By R. E. Hanley

A short and straightforward method to examine approach to security to compare and surpass the durability of our enemies. In teaching the technology of self-defense to varied teams of Marines. It was once chanced on that there has been a urgent want for a few type of uncomplicated reference consultant for college kids to exploit as a reminiscence refresher among sessions. This e-book is the reply.

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He closed his eyes in the darkness and drew the hide tighter about him. This hide had come from one of the unfortunate cattle the train had been carrying that day so long ago, as had those in which his wife, daughters, and son were now wrapped. These hides had been cured well and still held their shape and flexibility. How many had he had? Twenty or more at first. Over the years he had traded some to the cobbler at intervals in return for goods. The family had left Trainwreck with a dozen, but had traded all but six for lodging or food.

Then with a roar of hoofs, the detachment thundered out of the village, down the mountainside to the road leading in the direction the bandits had gone. T he group traveled at a slow, loping gallop. Neftali had never been on a horse, but found it little different from a burro. He reached down as he rode and adjusted the stirrups to his leg length. He was near the rear of the group, and the pack animals and calves were behind him. The lieutenant suddenly pulled alongside him and threw a rifle at him.

He looked shocked as he lurched out the door and looked across the valley. Then he wheeled, looking grave, and shouted, “Ortiz! Estorga! Manuel. And you others. ” Within minutes all two hundred members of the village were gathered, watching the distant flames and smoke. A few made fearful comments. All mentioned the name Guzmán. The old hag, who had been watching silently, raised a hand and pointed. “See. On the road from the ranch. ” Silently, the villagers watched a little dust cloud near the burning ranch house as it moved toward them down the dirt road that bisected the vast pastures of the rancho.

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