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Gleanings From The 2014 Hand-to-Hand Study

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A study came out recently about instances of Hand-to-Hand Combat in the military that I think we can all benefit from taking a look at. Written by Peter R. Jensen of the United States Military Academy, it reinforces several things about hand-to-hand fighting and training that we already suspected, and offers a great deal of […]

She Didn’t Hesitate

Violence doesn't have to be directed at us personally to put us in danger. Being the "Innocent Bystander" can have serious risks.

Violence doesn’t have to be directed at us personally to put us in danger. Being the “Innocent Bystander” can have serious risks. I found the picture above on my Facebook feed. One of my fellow Army spouses (Andrea), whose husband I once trained and cornered in MMA fights, had been a witness and innocent bystander […]