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THE BLADED HAND: 6 BEST KNIFE FIGHTING STYLES

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THE BLADED HAND: 6 BEST KNIFE FIGHTING STYLES

THE BLADED HAND: 6 BEST KNIFE FIGHTING STYLES You can hunt, eat, and create with a blade, making it one of the most necessary instruments on this planet. And, in the right hands, a knife is a gruesome tool for the battlefield and beyond. Let’s face it, if you’re in a confrontation involving knivesthen you’re in for pure chaos in motion where you’ll more than likely walk away with some painful souvenirs. There are plenty of knife fighting styles being touted as the best, but only a handful lay out credible systems to give you a decent chance at prevailing...

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Stress Inoculation Training in Tactical Strength and Conditioning by Craig Weller

Stress Inoculation Training in Tactical Strength and Conditioning by Craig Weller

Tactical jobs are fast-paced, physically and psychologically intense, and failure can have tragic consequences, making it vital to train tactical athletes to perform better under stress. Most jobs come with some stress; but perhaps none more so than those that can be experienced in tactical occupations such as firefighting, law enforcement, and military. In these tactical jobs, demands are fast-paced and job tasks can be physically and psychologically intense. Adding to these demands, very complex situations may arise on-the-job where failure can yield catastrophic consequences (14,29). People may perform poorly under these conditions: in a tough situation they might panic,...

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Soldiers learn Jiu-Jitsu, enhance combat skills By Staff Sgt. Amanda TuckerFebruary

Soldiers learn Jiu-Jitsu, enhance combat skills  By Staff Sgt. Amanda TuckerFebruary

Soldiers learn Jiu-Jitsu, enhance combat skills By Staff Sgt. Amanda TuckerFebruary 8, 2015 Pfc. Kaleb Whitten (right), an intelligence analyst with 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, and Onalaska, Texas, native, receives training guidance from his training partner Dong Hee Keum at the Hoon Machado gym in Taegu, Korea Jan. 29. (Photo Credit: Courtesy) Pfc. Kaleb Whitten (right), an intelligence analyst with 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, and Onalaska, Texas native, tries to keep Ji Hoon Lee in his guard while practicing jiu jitsu at the Hoon Machado gym in Taegu, Korea, Jan. 29. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Amanda Tucker) TAEGU, South Korea...

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Bulletproof Mind: Application of the Combat Mindset By Patrick Rogers

Bulletproof Mind: Application of the Combat Mindset By Patrick Rogers

Sgt Brian Gragg, Casa Grande, Arizona, PD during timed exercise. He has finished shooting five rounds standing at 50 yards. He is executing a speed reload while going down to Monica. His spent PMAG is headed to the deck, his support-side hand is going for the new magazine, his trigger finger is straight, and he is maintaining visual contact with the target—a time saver when he gets to kneeling. Brian is a solid shooter and a serious gunfighter. He has reached Level 4 of training, where he can do it without thinking about it.When I was shooting Service Rifle competition,...

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WHAT DEFINES AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION

Content provided by ADS Inc.WHAT DEFINES AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION? As it relates to law enforcement, an “active shooter” situation is described as one in which a shooting is in progress and typical law enforcement protocols may be affected in terms of methods used for responding to the incident. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the “active” aspect of the term implies both law enforcement and the bystander have the potential to affect the outcome based on their responses. (Federal Bureau of Investigation 2013) According to a study released by the FBI in 2013, Law enforcement and an...

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