Even though members of our military receive the best training in the world, they can always use a little more from various sources.
Members of the Maryland Air National Guard's 175th Security Forces Squadron recently learned some Gracie jiu-jitsu from Steve Adornato, an instructor who runs a jiu-jitsu academy in Reisterstown.
The soldiers look like they learned how to take a combatant to the ground and keep him there, which should come in handy against enemies who probably are not well-versed in hand to hand and ground-based combat.
The art of teaching MMA to soldiers seems to be gaining traction. In fact, members of the U.S. Marines trained with this past season's cast of "The Ultimate Fighter".
Plus, if someone can get Osama bin Laden in a triangle choke, then he will finally know what happens when you fuck with America.