CQB/CQC Down-Under 2016 - The Todd Group Annual Australasian CQB/CQC Course

CQB/CQC Down-Under 2016 – The Todd Group Annual Australasian CQB/CQC Course

The Todd Group Annual Australasian Combative Course of instruction and prize giving was conducted at Camp Todd and the Todd Group HQ between March 17 and March 26.

Why submission skills can be dangerous for battlefield CQC

Why submission skills can be dangerous for battlefield CQC

We receive constant enquiries regarding CQC tactics and skills and many other subjects relating to military CQC. The reality is while the masses may have knowledge about martial arts and combat sports very few have factual knowledge and less have had hands on experience in military CQC. Many enquiries are in regards to the use of submission […]

Autonomic Reactions

Autonomic Reactions

Our senses, especially our sense of vision, possess the capability to identify risks and dangers and initiate subconscious reactions often before we can recognise or respond. Our eyes can collect up to a million bits of information around us a second and transfer important bits of information to our brains for processing and the initiation or […]

Military CQC over Grappling for the Battlefield

Military CQC over Grappling for the Battlefield

The catch or to catch in military CQC is in reference to aspects of clinching or stand up grappling with one’s enemy. As a tactically correct primary practice in military close quarter’s combat catch CQC increases risks and dangers and as such is tactically flawed. It can be defeated with deadly outcomes by armed military […]

CQC unarmed offensive and counter-offensive actions ranges

Safest range against unarmed assault and non-ballistic weapons threats out of sight out of mind. By awareness, threats or danger areas can be avoided. In situations where an unarmed threat or an armed threat has been identified by tactically discreetly exiting the location you can covertly escape evade and as such avoid a threatrning situation against you. […]