Killing Enemy Sentry

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The following description of the correct attack technique for killing an enemy guard or sentry should be of general interest to any student of knife attack. To the soldier, plant guard, and policeman it will show the need for precautions against a surprise attack from the rear. It is a type of attack

for which there is no defense if the victim is taken by surprise. It is not unlikely that it will be used again, since many individuals, in all armies during World War II, received training in it, just as they received training in methods of strangulation.

In killing an enemy sentry, all factors regarding the approach and initial attack, described for use with a rear strangle, apply. The approach from the rear is naturally a noiseless one. At the time of rising, a few feet in the rear of the victim, the knife should be taken either from the sheath where it has been during the crawl, or from the teeth where it mav have been carried. The attack is launched from a distance of

Rear Knife Attack

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This is the best method of surprise knife attack taught in the Armed Forces. Approach from the rear, grasp the nose and mouth with the left hand to prevent outcry, and thrust the knife into the kidney area, as shown at the left. After a short interval, withdraw the knife and cut the throat.

KILLING AN ENEMY SliNTRY

This is the best method of surprise knife attack taught in the Armed Forces. Approach from the rear, grasp the nose and mouth with the left hand to prevent outcry, and thrust the knife into the kidney area, as shown at the left. After a short interval, withdraw the knife and cut the throat.

THE ASSASSIN'S TRICK Grasp the knife as shown at the left, handle down, blade pointing up, lying along the forearm. Walk past the unsuspecting victim, as shown in the center. Pick a time when he is on a crowded street. When reaching a point slightly past him, plunge the blade into his kidney area, as shown at the right. Keep on walking, leaving the knife in the victim's body.

not less than 5 feet from the victim and is initiated as soon as the attacker has arrived at that spot. It is important that the attack be immediate because of the animal instinct, emphasized by keeping your eyes steadily on him as you approach, which will often warn the victim that some one is approaching and watching him. The upward thrust of the knife into the right or left kidney section is executed at the end of the leap to the attack. At the same time, the free hand is clasped over the mouth and nose of the victim, pulling him backward, off balance. The thrust into the kidney area has initially a great shocking effect, but no outcry will occur if the free hand goes over the mouth and nose at the time of the thrust. The victim is pulled backward upon the blade continually and after a few seconds the knife is withdrawn, and maintaining the same grip on nose and throat, the head is lifted up and the jugular vein slashed.

Another method of knife attack or assassination, not uncommon in some areas of the world, may be encountered. It is as old as history and was a method taught to certain groups for use in assassination in Ciennan-occupicd countries during World War II.

The assassin spies his victim in a crowd and approaches him from the front. His knife is held in his hand with the hilt down and the blade lying flat along the inside of the forearm, or concealed up the sleeve. The handle, of course, is concealed by the fingers. The assassin, with the knife in this position, faces the intended victim, walking toward him. As he reaches a point directly opposite the victim, a simple movement of his wrist frees the blade, and a short arm movement, as he passes, plunges it into the kidney area of the victim. The knife is"either left sticking in the wound or may be pulled out while the assassin walks on through the crowd, his movement generally undetected.

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