Doing a little research on this book, the reader will see that it was written almost 30 years ago and published in the US 22 years ago, long before any other books were available on CQB, close quarters battle, close quarters shooting, and tactical operations. It is based on a program developed by Jack Sims, Chidokan 8th dan, at the request of the NZ SAS. The book also features Alan Brosnan, a former assault group commander for the SAS and CQB instructor. This book should be read as much as a historical perspective as a source of insight into basic CQB techniques. As with any book of this nature, it is not possible to learn unarmed combat, martial arts, or CQB from a book. You need to get in the gym and on the range and run the drills literally thousands of times. So for those of you with an interest in the history and evolution of unarmed combat, this is an excellent reference from the 80s and 90s.
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