THUA THIEN – HUE 1,500 mobile police and other forces performed on the opening day of the People’s Public Security Sports Festival in the South, on the morning of July 4.
At 7:30 a.m., the Ministry of Public Security opened the final round of the Southern Regional People’s Police Command, Shooting and Martial Arts Competition at Ngo Mon Square, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the traditional People’s Police Day (July 20). 1962).
16 units including People’s Police University, Ho Chi Minh City Police, Can Tho, Lam Dong, Tien Giang, Gia Lai, Tra Vinh, Phu Yen, Quang Nam, Ba Ria – Vung Tau, Kien Giang, Quang Binh, Binh Duong, Dong Nai, Dak Lak, Thua Thien Hue participated in the military parade in front of Ngo Mon square.
The Thua Thien Hue police team reviews troops through the stands.
The group of 40 cavalry marched through the stage and the roads around the Perfume River such as Le Duan, Phu Xuan Bridge, Le Loi Bridge, Truong Tien Bridge, Tran Hung Dao Street, and Da Vien Bridge.
After the parade, there was a performance of martial arts and fighting techniques to catch criminals, with the opening part of 200 athletes performing “Mai Hoa Quyen”.
The performance of overcoming obstacles, ring of fire.
The female police officer performed qigong, allowing her teammates to use a sledgehammer to break the tiles on her arm. These techniques require long periods of practice in extreme conditions.
The technique lies on the iron nail table under the pressure of a person and the force of kicking the stone above.
A policewoman carrying weights barefoot on shards of glass.
A soldier uses qigong to resist the forces hitting his bare body.
A warrior uses his neck to bend an iron rod. In addition, the police also demonstrated using their teeth to pull cars.
Performing tactics of rolling, dragging, coordinating with teammates to shoot and attack criminals.
The police jump through the ring of fire to get close to the target. Competition in command, shooting and martial arts of the Southern People’s Police will take place on July 4-6.