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-Code of Conduct
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Marines’ self-confidence and esprit de corps, and foster the warrior ethos in all Marines. The MCMAP is a weapon-based system rooted in the credo that every Marine is a rifleman and will engage the aggressor from 500 meters to close quarter combat.
• Enhances the Marine Corps’ capabilities as an elite fighting force.
• Provides basic combative skills for all Marines.
• Applies across the spectrum of violence.
• Strengthens the Marine Corps warrior ethos.
The motto of MCMAP best states the essence of the program: “One mind, any weapon.” This means that every Marine is always armed even without a weapon. He is armed with a combat mindset, the ability to assess and to act, and the knowledge that all Marines can rely on one another.
This is a wonderful resource from the JVB Militaria Library that you can have on your phone. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader
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Aikido is a martial art which is performed by blending with the motion of the attacker and redirecting the force of the attack rather than opposing it head-on. The training of aikido involves both the physical and mental aspects. The physical training in aikido is diverse, covering both general physical fitness and conditioning, as well as specific techniques. Students learn freestyle defence against multiple opponents. Proper training has some benefits which include controlled relaxation, flexibility, and endurance.
This app contains some information about aikido. The main ingredients of this app are:
* # A brief history of aikido
* # An introduction to aikido
* # The circular movements and techniques of aikido
* # The importance of training and concentration
* # Breathing with the seika tanden point
This app is useful for those people who are trying to learn aikido. This app mentions some valuable information about aikido and its basics. An aikido reader and the people who are looking for a guide to the aikido would find this app very helpful.
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Overview of Close Combat
Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Close Combat
1. Ranges of Close Combat
2. Weapons of the Body
3. Target Areas of the Body
4. Pressure Points of the Body
5. Basic Warrior Stance
6. Angles of Approach and Movement
7. Balance and Off-Balancing
Chapter 2. Lethal and Nonlethal Weapons Techniques
1. Bayonet Techniques
2. Nonlethal Rifle and Shotgun Retention Techniques
3. Nonlethal Handgun Retention Techniques
4. Firearm Disarmament Techniques
Chapter 3. Hand-Held Weapons
1. Fundamentals of Knife Fighting
2. Knife Fighting Techniques
3. Weapons of Opportunity
4. Fundamentals of Combative Stick
5. Combative Stick Techniques
6. Blocking Techniques
7. Unarmed Against Hand-Held Weapons
8. Counters to Hand-Held Weapon Attacks
Chapter 4. Strikes
1. Principles of Punches
3. Strikes with the Upper Body
4. Strikes with the Lower Body
5. Counters to Strikes
Chapter 5. Throws
1. Turning Throw
2. Hip Throw
3. Leg Sweep
Chapter 6. Chokes and Holds
1. Types of Chokes
3. Counters to Chokes and Holds
Chapter 7. Ground Fighting
1. Offensive Ground Fighting
2. Defensive Ground Fighting
3. Ground Fighting Chokes
Chapter 8. Nonlethal Techniques
1. Unarmed Restraints and Manipulation
2. Nonlethal Baton
A. Pugil Stick Training
B. Safety Precautions During Training
1. MCMA Program
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★ The origins of Karate are lost in the mists of time. The first documented information about Karate, appeared in 720, in medieval Japan.
★ If you wish to follow the path of Karate will help you to this guide.
Techniques will be illustrated by kempo, strikes the feet and hands, meditation, physical and mental training, methods of effective protection and an attack on an armed and unarmed enemy.
★ The main point of training is directly in the test - to test themselves, because only through their own feelings and sensations can acquire wisdom.
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expeditionary force in readiness. As such, there are no “rear area” Marines, and no one is very far from the fighting during expeditionary operations. The Marine rifleman of the next conflict will be as in past conflicts: among the first to confront the enemy and the last to hang his weapon in the rack after the conflict is won.
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Just the four manuals together make for some serious marksmanship mayhem and what’s even better is that Elite Military Marksman & Sniper Kit gives you more with printable targets for the ultimate practice experience, over 22 Rifleman Ringtones and Alerts, and Sharpshooter Wallpaper to personalize your mobile device with sounds and graphics that inspire a perfect shot in everything you do.
Here’s what’s inside this awesome kit for anyone interested in marksmanship, guns, military, outdoor shooting sports and survival skills:
Army Rifle Marksmanship - FM 3-22.9 – complete, unabridged
US Army Field Manual 3-22.9 provides guidance and training on the M16-series rifle (M16A1, M16A2/3, M16A4) and M4 Carbine to meet the objectives of the US Army rifle marksmanship program. This manual is helpful to novices and sharpshooters alike and is a must read for anyone interested in marksmanship.
Army Sniper Training - FM 23-10 – complete, unabridged
US Army Field Manual 23-10 provides information that’s needed to train and equip snipers. This information is battle tested and will aid both civilian and military gun enthusiasts to shoot more accurately under a wide range of conditions.
USMC Rifle Marksmanship - MCRP 3-01A – complete, unabridged
Marine Corps Reference Publication (MCRP) 3-01A, Rifle Marksmanship, provides techniques and procedures for Marine Corps rifle marksmanship. From basic operational controls and ammunition to the fundamentals of marksmanship and the effects of weather.
USMC Pistol Marksmanship - MCRP 3-01B – complete, unabridged
We’re not just talking rifles here. Instead we’ve provided the Marine Corps Reference Publication (MCRP) 3-01B, Pistol Marksmanship. It gives you the basis for Marine Corps pistol marksmanship training and covers the foundational aspects of working with pistols. Great for police, National Guard, security officials and anyone that wants to know about using handguns.
A custom selection of 12 printable targets suitable for long and short range target practice. All include a background grid to help you score and calculate accuracy. For zombie hunters, doomsday preppers and post apocalypse fans, check out the zombie style targets!
Another great way to personalize your signature as a marksman and enhance your individual shooting style is with these professionally produced ringtones and alert sounds. Includes; Combat Shotgun Blast, Machine Gun and Sniper Fire, Bolt Action Rifle.
Alarming Alert Sounds
These weapon sounds and FX will be attention getting and inspiring to every gun and firearms enthusiast. Test your friends and see if you can tell what weapon makes that sound. Includes familiar sounds of: 9mm, Shotgun and M16.
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Rangers, Special Forces, or just an everyday outdoor sportsman - now you can make your technology desktops and displays a little more like being in the field. Includes six modified camo wallpapers and more.
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Reminder: With so many manuals, guides, sounds, and graphics this app may take several minutes to download. It's totally worth the wait!
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-Set image as wallpaper, desktop
-Share image via email, text, bluetooth
-Set sound as ringtone
-Set sound as alert
-Set sound as notification
-Set sound for personalized contact tone
-Download files, save to SD card
-Share sound via email, text, bluetooth
-Shuffle mode (mp3 player mode)
-Repeat current; repeat all (mp3 player mode)
Today's Marines operate within a continuum of force where conflict may change from
low intensity to high intensity over a matter of hours. Marines are also engaged in
many military operations other than war, such as peacekeeping missions or noncom-
batant evacuation operations, where deadly force may not be authorized. During non-
combative engagements, Marines must determine if a situation warrants applying
deadly force. Sometimes Marines must decide in a matter of seconds because their
lives or the lives of others depend on their actions. To make the right decision,
Marines must understand both the lethal and nonlethal close combat techniques need-
ed to handle the situation responsibly without escalating the violence unnecessarily.
Marine Corps Reference Publication (MCRP) 3-02B, Close Combat, provides the tac-
tics, techniques, and procedures of Marine Corps close combat. It also provides the
doctrinal basis for the Marine Corps Close Combat Training Program (MCCCTP).
This publication guides individual Marines, unit leaders, and close combat instructors
in the proper tactics, techniques, and procedures for close combat. MCRP 3-02B is
not intended to replace supervision by appropriate unit leaders and close combat in-
struction by qualified instructors. Its role is to ensure standardization and execution of
tactics, techniques, and procedures throughout the Marine Corps.
MCRP 3-02B supersedes Fleet Marine Force Manual (FMFM) 0-7, Close Combat,
dated 9 July 1993. There are significant differences between the two publications.
MCRP 3-02B should be reviewed in its entirety.
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The United States Department of Defense (DOD or DoD) is the federal department charged with coordination and supervising all agencies and functions of the government relating directly to national security and the military. The DOD is headquartered at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. The Military Departments at the Pentagon publishes some of the very best manuals, handbooks and guidebooks on a wide range of topics; teaching skills, tactics and techniques. The content of these manuals are unmatched in depth, consider that some this knowledge is drawn from hundreds of years, thousands of man hours, and first hand operational experience. Also material in most of these manuals has been shared with other Military Branches providing even greater depth of subject matter. Military Manuals from the Department of Defense are unedited by outside individuals and or companies, this ensures the information is complete, current, and accurate as the military intended. Listed below you will see some of the major departments or components of the Department of Defense. Here you will find just a few book titles of the many sponsored works from each department. Department of the Air Force: U.S. Air Force Aircrew Survival; Air Force Handbook; USAF Military Working Dog Program; USAF Weapons Handling Manual; Airport Signs and Markings; Unexploded Ordnance Booby-traps UXO Recognition and Reporting Chart. Department of the Army: US Army Survival Manual FM 21-76; Survival Skills U.S. Army / Special Operations, Tactics, Techniques, and Skills Guide; Ranger Handbook; Special Forces Medical Handbook; Military Mountaineering; Boobytraps Army Instruction Manual; Explosives and Demolitions; Guerrilla Warfare; Army Hand to Hand Combat; U.S. Army Special Forces Handbook; Survival Evasion and Recovery; Military First Aid. Department of the Navy: Seabee Combat Handbook; Manual of Naval Preventive Medicine; USN Diving Manual; U.S. Navy Seal Patrol Leaders Handbook; Performance Maintenance During Continuous Flight Operations. United States Marine Corps: USMC 5.56MM, M16A2 Technical Manual; U.S. Marine Corp M40A1 Sniper Rifle 7.62MM; U.S. Marine Guidebook; Close Combat Hand to Hand Fighting Marine Corps; Booby Traps Close Combat Urban; Counterinsurgency; USMC Land Navigation; Scouting and Patrolling; Combat Water Survival; Map Reading; Sniper Counter Sniper.
Chapter 1: Fundamentals of close comat
Chapter 2: Lethal and non lethal weapon techniques
Chapter 3: Hand-held weapons
Chapter 4: Strikes
Chapter 5: Throws
Chapter 6: Chokes and holds
Chapter 7: Ground fighting
Chapter 8: Non lethal techniques
Chapter 9: Pugil stick fighting
Chapter 10: Safety precautions during training
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Here's what you can get inside this guide:
An Overview Of The Asian Martial Arts
Martial Arts For Children
A Close Look At Belts
A Look At Kung Fu
The Main Styles Of Kung Fu
An Introduction To Aikido
An Introduction To Capoeira
An Introduction To Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Muay Thai: An Introduction
The Basics of Judo
The Art Of Hapkido
The Speed Of Kempo
The Art Of Tai Chi
Fighting: A Look At Ninjutsu
The Ultimate Fighting Championship
Choosing The Best Martial Arts
How many of our boys, in times past, while glancing through the morning paper have read the following statement: "The United States Marines have landed and have the situation well in hand." The cable message may have come at any date, and from any part of the world. If those words caused any comment on the part of the young American, it was probably a mild wonder as to just who the marines were. Sometimes he may have asked his father for enlightenment, and the parent, being no better informed than the son but feeling a reply was necessary, would say in an off-hand manner, "Oh, they are just a lot of sailors from one of our battleships, that's all," and there the subject rested.
It is the author's desire in this volume to explain just who the marines are, what they do, where they go, so as to make every red-blooded American boy familiar with the services rendered by the United States Marine Corps to the nation in peace and war. And if in this endeavor you suspect me of exaggeration I ask that you will get the first real marine you meet to tell you where he has been and what he has done. Then, if at the end of a half hour you are not convinced that the adventures of Dick Comstock, in this and the books to follow, are modest in comparison, I shall most humbly apologize.
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Straight from the official source (MCO P1020.34G), including all approved changes and updates. Now you can have the entire Marine Corps Uniform Regulations publication whenever you need it, without having to find the book or search online.
Don't waste your time with other apps that are hard to navigate and may not be up to date.
Getting ready for an inspection or board, or just need a quick reference around the shop or on the move? Then this is the app for you! Designed from the ground up to be user friendly, this is the most accurate and up-to-date uniform reference you can find!
- Searchable index
- Easy to navigate
- All images and tables
- All the latest updates and approved changes
- No network access required, everything's included
** Find a discrepancy? Help your fellow Marines and send an email to the developer!
Also, please notify the developer if you experience any technical trouble, so that it can be fixed immediately.
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The official close combat system of the Corps. Instructions for every technique, with video demonstrations**!! Stop wasting your time scrolling through other apps. Ours is better than any version in the market, Guaranteed! The most up-to-date, user-friendly mobile version of the Official training manual...and it's cheap!
Tan Belt is the minimum level required of ALL Marines.
Exclusive App Features:
★ Demonstration Videos for all techniques
★ Simple navigation, with quick access to individual techniques.
★ No more endless scrolling to find what you're looking for.
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!!! WARNING: TECHNIQUES DESCRIBED IN THIS APP CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH !!!
The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) became the official close combat system taught to all United States Marines since 2002. It provides the individual Marine with a set of weapons-based and unarmed techniques for engaging in close combat across the spectrum of violence.
MCMAP draws influences from several disciplines including boxing, jujitsu, judo, sambo, krav maga, karate, aikido, escrima, arnis, hapkido, taekwondo, kung fu, and kick boxing.
The first stage of MCMAP is the Tan Belt, the minimum belt level required of all Marines.
As Marines progress through the training program, they become proficient in:
- Hand-to-hand (unarmed) combat
- Edged weapons,
- Weapons of opportunity
- Rifle and bayonet techniques.
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** Free Beta version - we're currently in active development, so your suggestions via email are encouraged and appreciated!
If you've tried other game tracking apps, then you know how much work they can be. They require so much work that you can't actually watch the game! Designed with simplicity in mind, with GameTracker now you can enjoy yourself at the game.
No scoreboard on the field? Can't make it to the game? Now you can keep track of the game on your own scoreboard with this simple app designed to make sure you always know what's going on! Even better, if one person at the ball park is "tracking" the game, ANYONE with an Android device can follow the game and get real-time updates. Perfect for that parent and grandparents!
It's Simple: All those other scoring apps are designed for the coaches. This one is designed for the spectators. Sure, those apps let you keep track of every detail in the game. They take a lot of effort, and you spend the entire game working. This is not one of those apps! Let the coaches worry about the nitty-gritty details. Most folks just want to know the important stuff...what's on the scoreboard. Keeping it simple makes it easy for anyone to track a game, and anyone, anywhere, to follow along.
Cloud-enabled: Mom or Dad can't make it to the game? Grandparents want to know the score? They can follow along in real time!
Unlike other scorekeeping apps, NO accounts or memberships are needed! Just install and you're ready to go!
- This is currently Beta software. If you encounter any problems or have any suggestions, please contact the developer. Developers are not able to leave responses to comments in the Play market!
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- Daily Muster Verification (See "How It Work" below)
- Schedulable Muster reminder that only notifies you if you haven't mustered for the day (weekends and holidays are automatically skipped!)
- Daily Club Del Monte Lunch Specials Menu
- Real-time Library status
- Campus Map with pan and zoom
- Academic Calendar
- Upcoming Events (NPS and MWR)
- NPS News Headlines
* Having a hard time remembering to muster by 1000? Schedule a daily confirmation check! Unlike traditional alarms, the Muster Reminder feature will only alert you if you have not mustered. If you've mustered for the day, it leaves you alone. And, it's already programmed to skip weekends and holidays (including official 72's and 96's).
How It Works:
- Muster is verified one of two ways: if your device is connected to the NPS wifi network, the app goes to the student check-in page and checks for a successful confirmation message; if not on the NPS wifi network, the app checks your email folders for your muster confirmation email (changing the app setting to check a specific email folder makes this process much faster!).
- When you schedule a recurring muster verification, the app is programmed to automatically skip weekends and published holidays, so you won't be bothered on your day off.
- Enabling the Snooze feature means that you will continue to receive reminder notifications at interval of your choice until the app detects that you have successfully mustered.
- Lunch specials are checked daily M-F, and are available as soon as the Cafe Del Monte staff posts the day's menu (usually around 0800, but NLT 0900). Refresh the Lunch card by tapping the icon in the top left corner.
- Events are retrieved from both the NPS website and the MWR website and ordered chronologically. The two next upcoming events from each category are displayed on the Events card.
*** FEEDBACK AND SUGGESTIONS ARE APPRECIATED ***
- This is a privately developed application, and is not endorsed by the Naval Postgraduate School, the U.S. Navy, or anyone else.
- This application does NOT muster for you, and assumes no liability for your failure to do so.
- This is beta software, and as such, may not work as expected for all installations. Help to improve it by reporting any bugs or errors. Your input is greatly appreciated.
- Any suggestions or feature requests should be sent to the developer email (NOT the SSO or ITACS).
- Certain features require network access to work.
This application was written for NPS students by a fellow NPS student.