Thailand Final CQC Course 2017

Thailand Final CQC Course 2017

Todd Group exported courses are about providing the opportunity for interested individuals to undergo Todd Systems European military close quarters combat (CQC) and military self-defence (MSD) training on a week-long course of instruction.

The dangers of single-leg wide-stance evasion

Evading an aggressor with a single-boot evasion will leave one leg on the confrontation line. It will also reduce follow up post-evasion expedient movement by leaving you in a wide stance and as such provide expanded target mass for your enemy. Using a single, long-leg evasion against an aggressor armed with a medium to long […]

Weapon redirecting for military self-defence CQC battlefield dagger disarming

In an evasive dagger disarming skill employment if the weapon holding hand has been seized and secured the following increases disarming chances and increases safety. Employing an opposing-forces grip of the weapon holding wrist joint and hand. The first grip should be an over hand grip to reduce the likelihood of your enemy breaking your […]

Close Protection Operators specialist course Thailand 15-28 October 2017

The Todd Group has just completed another annual close personal protection course in Thailand, our international hub country of over two decades. This report will follow Pete and Gaz through their two weeks of training and training exercises. The Todd Group have the oldest history as private specialist training providers of European military self-defence MSD […]

Military Battlefield Dagger Disarming Primary Tradecraft Practice

The above is but one military self-defence battlefield dagger disarming tradecraft primary practice The late Col Rex Applegate, a leading instructor to the OSS in WWII, gave me a set of tradecraft primary practices for battlefield dagger disarming that went like this: Option 1: If he has brought a knife to a gun battle, shoot […]