Situational Awareness & Immediate Action Drills

One of the things that makes the US military so effective is the use of immediate action drills.

Immediate action drills are pre-programmed responses used to bridge the gap between a surprise hostile event and when you can come up with a plan.  Surprise hostile events like…

  • Incoming mortars & artillery
  • Ambush
  • IED
  • Incoming fire
  • Gun malfunctions

To be effective, these pre-programmed responses need to happen without conscious thought…subconsciously, or even unconsciously, to be effective.

True situational awareness is the same.  It needs to happen subconsciously or even at the unconscious level to be fast enough to be effective.

“Listen to your gut”

“Watch your six”

“Look out for bad guys”

“Stay in condition yellow”

These are all good rules to live by, but on their own, they’re low speed tactics for high speed times.

But you can DRAMATICALLY improve your situational awareness by following this 2 step process:

1.  Feed the subconscious mind clear threat profiles.

When the subconscious mind has simple, clear, accurate threat profiles, it does an amazing job of keeping you safe.

2.  Program your body with effective immediate action drills…not military immediate action drills that only are designed for a war zone or law enforcement immediate action drills where you have a duty to pursue, but for the civilian defender, who needs to go home safely at night and limit liability.

What do you end up with?

Avoid, Deter, Defend.

The only situational awareness course (The only course of ANY kind for that matter) that seamlessly integrates the pre-fight, the fight, and the post fight.

It will help you

  • Detect threats like you have passive sonar running 24/7,
  • Give you proven techniques to keep a fight from happening once you detect a threat,
  • Effectively “encourage” prospective attackers to pick another target after they’ve locked on to you, and
  • How to execute immediate action drills if an attack comes that will stop the threat or allow you to switch over to any self defense technique or tool you already have in your toolbox.

You’ll also learn how to effectively deploy THE most effective defensive tool that exists…how you can run it through x-ray machines and full-body pat-downs and even use it on someone who’s “sketchy” in a dark parking lot 35 yards away without causing a problem…try that with a gun, knife, or pepper spray.  (hint…look at the picture)

This standalone program meshes seamlessly with the Real World Safety SEAL Threat Detection course and takes situational awareness training to a level that hasn’t been available outside of specialized military and intelligence units…until now.

This training is designed specifically for the civilian defender…but it’s effective enough for the most serious operator, yet the PERFECT training for spouses who aren’t switched-on and college students for when you’re not around to protect them.

When you order, you’ll get IMMEDIATE access to the online version of the training and we’ll rush you the DVDs for offline viewing on your DVD or BluRay player.

Learn more now by clicking >HERE<

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  • rod vanzeller

    Reply Reply July 24, 2022

    Avoid, agreed.
    Deter, agreed.
    I have a question regarding “defend’, why not “decommission” instead of
    The reason I ask this is that you cannot win on defense.
    Thank you in advance for your explanation.

    • Ox

      Reply Reply July 25, 2022

      It has to do with using verbiage that doesn’t repel people who aren’t comfortable with violence.

      Situational awareness and the tactics/techniques taught in this course apply both to people who can see themselves decommissioning a threat and those who can’t. This course is suitable for someone who carries and trains all of the time as well as for middle school kids and completely non-violent/helpless people at work who have no interest in training striking, improvised weapons, blades, or firearms but do want to be safer.

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