U.S. Army Combatives – FM 3-25.150

3-03 Guard

3-3. GUARD

If the fighter must be on the bottom, the guard position (Figure 3-3) allows the best defense and the only chance of offense. It is important initially for the fighter to lock his feet together behind the enemy’s back to prevent him from simply pushing the fighter’s knees down and stepping over them.

Figure 3-3. Guard.

Figure 3-3. Guard.

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