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Brit martial arts ace trains Ukrainian special forces in WW2 hand-to-hand combat | Daily Star

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A British master of martial arts is instructing Ukrainian special troops in hand-to-hand fighting from World War Two.

Tommy Moore, who stands 6 feet 3 inches and weighs 18 stone, has taught his maneuvers to members of the Presidential Guard’s Reconnaissance Forces. According to him, Ukrainian soldiers must learn how to engage Russian forces without weapons in close combat. They will increasingly find themselves in close proximity to their opponents in urban and rural regions as the battle progresses. The 34-year-old is a super heavyweight boxer as well as a master of the Victorian martial art of Bartitsu. One of the most prevalent scenarios for unskilled soldiers utilizing contemporary weapons is running out of ammunition. The sound that occurs when a trigger is pressed on a gun that is empty of ammunition is known as the “dead man’s click.” Brett, a former bouncer, and Tommy had bases in the northeast, close to the locations of the first invasion clashes at Bucha and Irpin. The two are scheduled to come once more in January to continue imparting their expertise.



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