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Air Force OTS Incorporates Unarmed Combat Training

By February 4, 2008

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Air Force Officer Training School has began teaching officer candidates the fundamentals of unarmed combat, according to an Air Force Press Service article. The course is part of the more than 70 hours of expeditionary skills training now being taught to Officer Training School, Reserve Officer Training Corps and Air Force Academy students.

The 11-hour program stems from the Army's combative program and aims to better equip Airmen for duty in Southwest Asia. Students attend a one-hour overview lecture and five, two-hour sessions to complete the training. (Official USAF Photo)

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