Combatives for Street Survival by Kelly McCann

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Leading the reader through simple yet powerful, brutally effective methods of self-defense designed for use in myriad street crime scenarios, this guide explains the use of force continuum and teaches how to efficiently avoid potentially violent encounters though the use of "pre-incident indicators." The techniques depicted are credible, relevant, practicable, and utilized by members of elite military units and U.S. government personnel traveling abroad to high-risk areas of operation. The philosophy of "less is more" results in a succinct system of self-defense that is drawn from the author’s experiences as well as the collective experience of his students around the world.


About Kelly McCann

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Kelly McCann is a combat instructor with more than 25 years of experience, a former CNN security analyst, and the founder and president of Crucible, a high-risk environment training provider that services Department of Defense special-missions units and federal law-enforcement agencies. He lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Published May 1, 2009 by Black Belt Communications. 196 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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