In Harm’s Way blogs about Enhancing Close Quarters capabilities and becoming an Adaptive, Interdisciplinary tactician.

It’s author has more than twenty years professional experience in tactical disciplines, including all phases of active shooter response, arrest and control, and close quarters firearms and combatives instruction. He is a Certified Force Science Analyst.

He has more than thirty years in martial disciplines, with primary background in Judo (black belt), Brazilian Jiujitsu (brown belt), and classical Chinese and Japanese traditions.


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