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Ep15: Pattern Recognition

Pattern Recognition

Seeing The Hostile Pattern Recognizing a hostile pattern in human behavior is the best way to overcome threats to life, liberty, and property. This is equally true on the individual, communal, and international levels. Find out more about how to develop your awareness and prevail. Pick up a tactical pen and get our training guide as […]

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Ep08: Engagements

There is no offense or defense, there are only engagements. Unifying philosophy, skills, and resources in pursuit of policy goals requires an integral approach. Learn how in this talk on the martial art of liberty & dignity. Learn how the components of awareness, readiness, and position empower you to efficiently transcend conflict with full engagement. […]

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Attack Cop Steal Gun

Toyam Police Officer

An attack where least expected Japan is considered one of the safest countries in the world, yet a recent case highlights that an attack can emerge when least expected. A 21-year-old former Ground Self Defense Force member surprised a police officer in Toyama, stabbed him, and took his revolver.  The attack continued as he went […]

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8 Points For Realistic Aikido Training

Origin and Intent Aikido and other samurai derived martial arts are properly referenced with the understanding that everyone is armed, or has the potential to be so.  For this reason, authentic aikido training is ideally suited for military, law-enforcement, and high-risk security personnel. Aikido was chiefly informed by Daito-Ryu Aikijujutsu, which was a descendent curriculum […]

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Contrasting Republics: Nigeria and the US

When I posted some good news about the Civilian Marksmanship Program finally releasing some 1911 pistols for sale through an upcoming lottery, a friend from Nigeria wrote how he had changed his mind about gun rights.  He said that increasing insecurity would everyone having a gun for their own protection. Nigerian legislation strictly prohibits civilian […]

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Virtue Of A Sincere Attack

Often times while training in the martial arts a challenge arises when a partner reluctantly attacks or deliberately diverts an attack so as to reduce the potential for harm.  As an example, rather than striking directly into the face of their training partner, they direct the attack just slightly away.  Presumably, they do this as […]

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