Become a master of melee. Part 1: Anatomy of the premises in the CQB

Melee, which is in Western terminology is denoted as CQB (Close Quarters Battle) or CQC (Close Quarters Combat). Typical scenario CQB/CQC In the urban setting, it is necessary to escape. Close fight It is an unbelievable amount of information about the fighters. It’s not a matter of how much it runs.

And you can read earlier about CQB. It’s a backpacker. So sit back and read. This is the first part of the Last Day Club.

Assessment of the structure in the melee CQB

Anatomy of the living organisms CQB. However, it can be seen and understood. Exactly until you are soldier or a policeman. The structure of the power line has been entered and stripped. It’s not a problem. CQB in confined spaces.

We will consider the issue of entering a room. In one case, the entrance to the center. In the second case, the entrance is located in the corner of the room. It can be used to create a doorway or window. The entrance to the entrance hall.

Linear room strongly elongated on one side, and most often consists of a corridor, tunnel, and other structures. Such premises are considered particularly “deadly.” You can think of it. Linear spaces, namely corridors and corridors, as a rule, are

This is a move that leads to a move. If you’re in the middle of a corridor, you’ll always get in one way. For this reason, linearly shaped rooms are not often called “linear hazardous areas“.

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