Counter-Ambush (mugging) Response For Non-Tactical Loved Ones

I’ve got a great quick video for you today on identifying and responding to ambush attacks.

Attackers of all sorts…good or bad…animal or human…use the L-Shaped ambush to quickly and efficiently take out their intended target.  Ambushes are used in military battles around the globe, they’re used to attack law enforcement, and they’re used on a daily basis from coast to coast by criminals on unsuspecting people like you and me.

This may not be a surprise for you, but your loved ones who aren’t wired as tactically as you may not see things that are obvious to you…like this:

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I want you to take an extra second to think about the value of situational awareness training…and the impact it can have on non switched-on loved ones…especially younger ones who are away at college or on their own across town or even hours away.

There are a hundred defensive tools and techniques that your loved ones can use once someone attacks them, but situational awareness is the one skill that can help them avoid attacks all together.  If you’ve got anyone in your life who’s not as switched on as you are, they NEED situational awareness skills.

And the Avoid, Deter, Defend course is the only at-home situational awareness training available today that combines real-world situational awareness skills with the devastatingly effective techniques for using a tactical flashlight as an impact weapon.

Think about it…most improvised weapons will raise eyes if your loved one is seen carrying them at night, but a defensive flashlight is not only an incredible defensive weapon, it’s legal to carry almost anywhere in the world and it’s an effective tool for identifying and deterring threats AT A DISTANCE without creating potential legal problems.

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  • Larry

    Reply Reply September 2, 2016

    Very good point, what do you do?

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