Meditations of a Modern Warrior by SAC dip Paul 'Rock' Higgins CAS

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In today’s often violent world, accepting the warrior path as a way of life is not the prerogative of the modern soldier. We now have warriors in every walk of life, civilian warriors, law enforcement warriors, executive protection warriors, and of course, military warriors. This first volume gives insight into how being a modern warrior impacts our everyday life, how we live through physical and mental conditioning, awareness of personal, mobile, and home security for example. The chapters not only supply the reader with information but require the reader to continually question themselves as they journey along the warrior path.
 

About SAC dip Paul 'Rock' Higgins CAS

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Paul ‘Rock’ Higgins is a Certified Anti-Terrorism Specialist who has worked in the executive protection industry for the last twenty years and has been employed as an executive protection officer for a high profile businessman and his family since 1992. Paul has taught all forms of response to attack strategies, drills and techniques to over 400 close protection operators working on low to high risk operations. While serving in the military Paul instructed close quarter combat to troops going up against Russian Spetsnaz Special Forces. Paul is a graduate of the Professional Bodyguard Association and has been involved in close quarter combat since 1978 teaching civilians, close protection operators, law enforcement and military personnel. Paul is an ex-military close quarter combat instructor, holds black belts in various combat arts, is a registered self-protection instructor with the British Combat Association, an instructor with the Self Defence Federation and an ABA Assistant Boxing Coach. Go to www.vipatacticaltraining.com for information on training courses or contact Paul at vipatacticaltraining@hotmail.com
 
Published November 14, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 160 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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