Military/Law Enforcement Combatives
MIL/LEO Combatives have derived from a rich history of conflict dating back to Close-Quarters Combat (CQC) in World War II, to the present day Modern Army Combatives Program (MACP) employed by the United States Army and other government agencies across the U.S. Enduring hand-to-hand engagement is not necessarily the best option for the demographic of practitioners in this field of combat. Dominance and Control or Weapon Control and Distance may be each person's best option, depending on the ever-evolving dynamic situation experienced.
MIL/LEO Combatives at The Compound
Our Combatives program will be built on the foundation of MACP and the Israeli Krav Maga. We offer these classes on an individual basis for the time-being; however, we aim to provide a program of instruction that is standardized for local law enforcement and military personnel whether in-house or at their facilities.