Techniques de defense et de combat Police/Armée 5/5

白兵とは刀や剣、槍、銃剣、ナイフなどの武器を総称した「白刃」を装備する兵種を意味する。弓矢、投石器などの射撃武器、投擲武器を用いる遠戦の対義語であり、近代戦においては火器を用いた火戦の対義語となる。 歴史 [編集] ユーラシア大陸各地では遠戦を戦闘の主体とする地域が多かったが、ヨーロッパ中世においては白兵戦を重んじる文化が発達し、十字軍においても白兵戦を行う様子が記述されている。競技形式の戦闘が発達してからは、専門の甲冑も発達した。小競り合いや儀式的でない戦争、異教徒との戦いにおいては弓兵や投石機などが用いられた。 A melee weapon (from French, “mixed”, referring to groups of fighters interlocked in close combat) is any weapon that does not involve a projectile — that is, both the user and target of the weapon are in contact with it simultaneously in normal use. A weapon that fires a projectile, or is a projectile itself, is a ranged weapon. As such melee weapons do not include statically emplaced weapons, like a boobytrap or burning devices, but are carried by the troops. A melee weapon is a type of “cold weapon”. There are two basic divisions — edged weapons, of which examples include swords, spears, axes and knives and blunt weapons, such as clubs and maces. The basic principle of edged weapons is to increase the user’s pressure by concentrating force applied onto a smaller surface area, such as an edge or point, thus more easily penetrating the opponent’s body to cause wounds. Because most of the effectiveness of edged weapons depends upon breaking the skin of an opponent

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