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US Air Force Use of Force 31-222

US Air Force Use of Force 31-222

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Sweet! - This is the initial publication of Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 31-222. It establishes procedures for the use of physical apprehension and restraint techniques.
Sweet! - This is the initial publication of Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 31-222. It establishes procedures for the use of physical apprehension and restraint techniques.

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NOTICE:
This publication is available digitally on the AFDPO WWW site at:
http://afpubs.hq.af.mil.
COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY
 BY ORDER OF THESECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE AIR FORCE MANUAL 31-2221 JUNE 2001SecuritySECURITY FORCES USE OF FORCE MANUAL
OPR: HQ AFSFC/SFOP(SMSgt Walter P. Filipiak)Certified by: HQ USAF/XOF(Brig Gen James M. Shamess)Intial PublicationPages: 129Distribution: FThis manual complements Air Force Instruction 31-207,
 Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Person-nel
. It is an instructional guide for the application of various types of force. It applies to military, civilian,and contract security forces personnel as well as military personnel from other US military branchesassigned or attached to Air Force security forces units.
SUMMARY OF REVISIONS
This is the initial publication of Air Force Manual (AFMAN) 31-222. It establishes procedures for the useof physical apprehension and restraint techniques, CAP-STUN pepper spray, impact weapons, personnelsearches, handcuffing, and subject transportation. The use of the name or mark of any specific manufac-turer, commercial product, commodity, or service in this publication does not imply endorsement by theAir Force.
THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL
 
2AFMAN31-222 1 June 2001
3.1. Introduction ................................................................................................................133.2. Physical Apprehension and Restraint Techniques. .................................................... 13Figure 3.1. One Hand Grab Breakaway ...................................................................................... 14Figure 3.2. One Hand Grab Breakaway ...................................................................................... 14Figure 3.3. One Hand Grab Breakaway ...................................................................................... 15Figure 3.4. One Hand Arm Grab With Face Smash .................................................................... 16Figure 3.5. One Hand Arm Grab With Face Smash .................................................................... 17Figure 3.6. Two Hand Grab With Face Smash ........................................................................... 17Figure 3.7. Chest Grab ................................................................................................................ 18Figure 3.8. Chest Grab ................................................................................................................ 18Figure 3.9. Chest Grab ................................................................................................................ 19Figure 3.10. Hair Grab .................................................................................................................. 20Figure 3.11. Hair Grab .................................................................................................................. 20Figure 3.12. Hair Grab .................................................................................................................. 21Figure 3.13. Rear Grab .................................................................................................................. 22Figure 3.14. Rear Grab .................................................................................................................. 23Figure 3.15. Rear Grab .................................................................................................................. 24Figure 3.16. Rear Grab .................................................................................................................. 253.3. IKKYO Techniques. .................................................................................................. 26Figure 3.17. IKKYO Grip ............................................................................................................. 26Figure 3.18. Two Directions of Pressure ....................................................................................... 27Figure 3.19. Two Directions of Pressure ....................................................................................... 27Figure 3.20. Two Directions of Pressure ....................................................................................... 28Figure 3.21. Standing Arm Bar ..................................................................................................... 30Figure 3.22. Standing Arm Bar ..................................................................................................... 31Figure 3.23. Standing Arm Bar ..................................................................................................... 33
 
AFMAN31-222 1 June 20013
Figure 3.24. Ikkyo Takedown ....................................................................................................... 35Figure 3.25. Ikkyo Takedown ....................................................................................................... 36Figure 3.26. Ikkyo Takedown ....................................................................................................... 36Figure 3.27. Prone Arm Bar .......................................................................................................... 38Figure 3.28. Prone Arm Bar .......................................................................................................... 38Figure 3.29. Prone Arm Bar .......................................................................................................... 40Figure 3.30. Prone Arm Bar .......................................................................................................... 40Figure 3.31. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 42Figure 3.32. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 43Figure 3.33. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 45Figure 3.34. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 46Figure 3.35. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 47Figure 3.36. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 47Figure 3.37. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 48Figure 3.38. Overcoming a Side Headlock ................................................................................... 48Figure 3.39. Overcoming a Front Choke Hold .............................................................................. 50Figure 3.40. Overcoming a Front Choke Hold .............................................................................. 50Figure 3.41. Overcoming a Front Choke Hold .............................................................................. 51Figure 3.42. Overcoming a Front Choke Hold .............................................................................. 53Figure 3.43. Overcoming a Front Choke Hold .............................................................................. 54

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