Breakfalls, Falls, and Rollovers
Balance, and Breaking Balance; Combat
Strikes, Kicks, and ;Other Methods of Injury
Leverage Bars on the Body's Articles
Tying with a Rope
Prevailing on the Ground
Escapes from Opponent's Holds
Escapes from Wrist Grabs
Escapes from Chokes
Escapes from Body Holds
Escapes against Pistol, Bayonet [Knife] Other (Crossed Out)
The Committee will use reference material Practical Judo Brochures and other Hebrew and Non Hebrew Language Physical Fitness Brochures available for that purpouse.
Its hard to auhenticate this document as it has fonts of modern typewriter and does not look that old (Immi's book and Eli Avikzar's IDF book had older type fonts).
It is clear that that document neglects to address blocks vs. unarmed combat against punches and kicks or any methods of countering that!
In the 1980, Krav Maga in the IDF had a Curriculum that included blocks vs. Punches and Kicks.
Another Odd Item that it is missing is the Use of a Club and defenses vs. a Club. While the underground was notorious for teaching everyone stick fighting and the Israeli and previous British Police were using Clubs, Military did not use them. So perhaps that was the original thought to omit them. But military Police did use them! So there was no reason not to include them!
Finally this could be a fabricated document for some marketing purpouse or a real one but in its preliminary stages. Whether authentic or not, if could give you an idea of the Krav Maga One Man Show in the IDF Combat Fitness Academy and the add hoc committees that perhaps were formed to establish a proper curriculae.
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