During the Sully Plantation event we ended up getting a little instruction in hand-to-hand combat from one of our unit members. He’s a Marine Corps instructor and had studied some of the techniques used by the Red Army during WWII, so we spent about 45 minutes learning various disarms, etc. I stopped halfway because most of it was stuff I already knew from my aikido days and there were tourists standing nearby with unanswered questions, but it was a good time. Anyway, here are some photos from the session:
One of the highlights at this past weekend's living history event at Sully Plantation was an impromptu soccer match between Read More
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More photos from the Historic Soldiers Weekend. The background behind these is that after the impromptu battle that occurred after Read More
Marc and I have a new reenacting impression: Spanish Civil War. Marc and his friend Will have recently gotten interested Read More
Musketeer reenactors at the Jamestown Colony demonstrating a common defensive tactic used within the original settlement.