Introduction-New Members Post your Intro Here:

You must make an introductory post in the stickied thread in WHO ARE YOU. This needs to be done on your first post. Its to tell the rest of the members who it is that they're talking to, so give 'em some info. Fill out your profile completely. Failure to do so will result in banning. We're not asking for your lifestory, just some information about you so we know who it is that's posting.

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Crossdecker
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Post by Crossdecker » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:40 pm

I am an O-3 in the US Navy. I serve as the Operations (N3) Officer.

bushido1971
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Post by bushido1971 » Tue Apr 17, 2012 10:27 pm

Greetings.

I'm a LEO in Florida. I'm a SWAT operator and sniper as well as a firearms instructor.

Paulo
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Post by Paulo » Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:35 am

Paulo Garcia I am the Director of Training for a Pre Hospital/Tactical Medicine School. Served in the Army as a Combat Medic. Spent time as a Evacuation Specialist, Line Medic, Emergency Room Manager, Instructor Trainer for the Department of Combat Medic Training. I also work in the Homeland Security and Emergency Disaster Management arena.

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Tutou
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Post by Tutou » Wed May 09, 2012 7:19 am

Hi everyone! Nice to see a lot of LEOs here. I'm not one. I'm just someone who's interested in CQB.

I'm a middle-aged guy living in the US. I'm into self-defense, military studies, and the occasional cooking every now and then.

I look forward to my stay here. I've been lurking for a few days now and I'm enjoying what I've been reading. Hopefully, I'll be able to contribute soon!
Every sweet has its sour; every evil its good. - Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 - 1882)

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LEAF TS
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Post by LEAF TS » Mon May 14, 2012 1:34 pm

Hi I'm Michaal from The Netherlands and after being in the Police Force for a couple of years I started my own training company, with help of Paul Castle, known from the CAR (Center Axis Relock) system.
We train and exam Law Enforcement and Armed Forces, and work for NATO, ICC, local police etc.

Check out: http://www.leaftrainingservices.com for a full overviwe of all possibilities. We are adding CQB this year to our training program.
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semper decursio utilitas - always tactical advantage

cebola
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Post by cebola » Tue May 15, 2012 8:12 pm

Hi to everyone, my name is Dejair "Cebola" Spinosa, i'm from Brasil, Rio Grande do Sul State, i'm shooting and firearms instructor, airsoft and paintball player for 12 years.

-Coulum-
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Post by -Coulum- » Sat May 26, 2012 4:08 am

Hi, I'm Ben
I'm 17 years old, very interested in the military and anything war related. I plan on joining the Canadian Forces once I graduate High school.
CQB is especially interesting and I really like to read about, and in the future discuss it, especially the tactics and teamwork involved.

see y'all around

Antony448
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Post by Antony448 » Sat Jun 02, 2012 9:07 am

Hello everybody,
I did eleven years in the British Army I was in Peaceful and not so peaceful places, I am a qualified Close Protection Officer and I am at present living
in Germany. I am a member of the German Army Reserve and also a member of an International Disaster Response unit doing USAR, also I am chief
of Security...
I always found CQB, a facinating subject, also it was a "learn or die" and now even though I am with a humanitarian help Org doing USAR, I have had situations
where we nearly had to go into E and E modus, and though unarmed there may a situation... I always to think on, what if... and plan so CQB is still very important
for me, I would have replied sooner but I was out of the country :)
Anyone want to get in touch be happy to Mail.

Thanks and watch your back!!!

Antony

Unmarktac
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Post by Unmarktac » Sat Jun 23, 2012 4:15 pm

Hello all.

Interesting forum.

I served aboard CV 62 from 1992 to 1996. I travelled around a lot, and a few years ago, a friend still in the Mil asked me to make a concealment rig for him. That has slowly snowballed into a part time business making gear.

So, rather than tactics, I would be more likely to take interest in gear related topics. Not that I don't dig some room clearing, I get the rare informal course when my friends are CONUS. And, I could certainly ask some subject matter experts, if need be. But really, I know what I don't know, and won't be throwing any BS out there.

dontbelieve
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Post by dontbelieve » Mon Jun 25, 2012 3:28 am

Hello my name is Lee. I am an armed security officer for the last 2 years. I always like to find new sources of information regarding tactics to use on the job. I currently work will all ex Marines, Navy, and police officers. Hope to learn many things from you all..

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Post by usmcroche0311 » Fri Jun 29, 2012 1:14 am

I am 26 years old.
Marine Infantry. Active.
I have Completed force Recon CQB course.
I am always learning and trying new tactics,
more knowledge for my toolbox.
Always welcome questions, comments, concerns.

TheIceMan
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Post by TheIceMan » Tue Jul 03, 2012 10:05 pm

Hi,
I am 27 y.o. CQB fan and also SWAT fan. I play SWAT 4 TSS or SAS mod. Who doesnt know its a PC game based on SWAT. Me and my team AST who I am member we are trying to play as realistic as game allow us to play. So we play with real tactics we are also trying to develop new tactics and still looking for some articles or documents about CQB and tactics. I am glad that I found this web cause its very cool one. And lot of things I can learn here. But also I can give some advices how to improve CQB tactics here. I am looking forward to hot discussions. See you...

Sincerely

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seal236
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Post by seal236 » Sun Jul 22, 2012 3:01 pm

I am a 32 yo Navy SEAL looking at getting out. I have spent 12 years in the teams doing CQC. I have taugh CQC before for three years to students. I am a Master Training Specialist, a Breacher, Sniper, a Dog Handler and more. My expertise is shooting and building clearence with weapons. I am looking for Contract work specifically in teaching CQB. Contact me with consideration.

wrn603
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Post by wrn603 » Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:08 pm

I am 44 years old, police officer/paramedic with 20 years in EMS and 15 years in law enforcement. I am a Lt/Commander of our SWAT team at the Sheriff's Office and hold numerous instructor certs in both disciplines. I am always looking for new information and tactics and will always be a student learner. I look forward to sharing information.

dilarraza
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Post by dilarraza » Sat Jul 28, 2012 5:58 pm

Hi everyone! My name is Deron and I'm a recently retired police officer from NJ. I have over 20 years of police, corrections and tactical experience as well 15 years instructing at a municipal police academy. I now work part-time as range officer/firearms instructor at a local gun range/training facililty. When I'm not working or training I enjoy spending time with my wife and children.

SRT-K9-0398
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Post by SRT-K9-0398 » Sun Aug 05, 2012 5:25 am

Greetings,
I have 15 years in law enforcement, 12 years on my departments Tactical Unit. I am currently the Team Leader for the unit having spent time as a sniper and entry team member. I am a firearms instructor, K9 handler, and the training Sgt. for the department. So far I have found useful info on this site and hope to find more.

asheboroswat
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Post by asheboroswat » Thu Aug 09, 2012 6:33 pm

Thank you so much for this site. I have been in law enforcement for about 15 years. I started in the prison system as a member of the prison emergency response team and stayed ther for four years. I then was hired on a police department here in NC and shortly thereafter was able to make it on the swat team. I am currently on the swat team as an operator and serve on our street crimes unit, where we deal with street level drugs and violent crimes. We also assist our vice narcotics unit with search warrants and any high risk entries that patrol may have. I have been on our department for about 12 years now. I am also a field training officer for our department.

Puddlepirate309
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Post by Puddlepirate309 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:44 pm

Hi! My name is Eric. I'm 41 and former Le/Military. Downrange for OIF in 2003 and as a civilian contractor. I worked teaching CQB/tactics for the Navy for 5 years (SRF-A for those who know). Working on setting up training as a part time gig in Northern Ohio.

jd224
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Post by jd224 » Thu Aug 23, 2012 12:50 am

My name is Jordan. 42 years old and serve as a tactical medic on a local SRT. Also a Paramedic, Critical Care, and TEMS instructor for a local university. Here because I'm always looking to expand my knowledge of tactics, and seing how other teams operate.

kilogulf59
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Post by kilogulf59 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 3:16 pm

Hello All,

Please allow me to introduce myself; I am Ken a.k.a. kilogulf59 and thank you for allowing me to join this most essential and edifying group.

For a bit about me, I am just a typical middle-aged gent who is, and always has been, interested in weapons (from lapel daggers to ICBMs) and their usage, integrated close combat methods with and without weapons, general and reasonable preparedness, and all things of that nature. In addition, I maintain a great fondness for history, the written word, classic films, and little hunting and fishing tossed in as well. Oh and I love to cook (and eat).

I am somewhat of a political activist/US Constitutionalist (especially the 2nd Amendment), and nationalist, furthermore, I am a Gun Owners of America Life Member, RWVA Member, and am affiliated with several other patriotic organizations; also, I am the founder of the original Integrated Close Combat Forum (ICCF) http://kilogulf59.proboards.com/index.cgi (soon to be closed) and THE (NEW) INTEGRATED CLOSE COMBAT FORUM http://iccf.freeforums.org Kilogulf59's ICCF Blog Spot http://kilogulf59-iccf.blogspot.com/. Currently I am active on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Kilogulf59 and maintain an ICCF Group there https://www.facebook.com/IntegratedCloseCombat?ref=ts

For an insight into my mindset and therefore my thought process, personally I believe in simplicity and the common sense approach in all areas, to include preparedness and confrontational management. It is my express opinion that true combat is not esoteric nor is it convoluted…it is unpretentious, fleeting, and extremely brutal and that “man is THE weapon, everything else is simply an object”. As founder and administrator of the Integrated Close Combat Forum, which is a free and nonprofit site dedicated to the education of the layperson and professional-at-arms alike, I have striven to emphasize this methodology.

I will tell you that I am significantly influenced by the teachings of some of the true innovators in the Combatives field. “Shooting to Live” is my Old Testament and “Kill Or Get Killed” my New Testament, so to speak and no blasphemy intended. Of course, that would make Lt. Col. Fairbairn, Maj. Sykes, Col. Applegate, Col. Askins, Col. Jordan, S.A. Brice, Maj. Grant-Taylor, et al, the disciples should I maintain the religious analogy.

As far as my personal background is concerned, I was born and raised in Chicago so, by default, I unfortunately learned a little “confrontational management” the hard way; on the streets, mainly in what not to do…like bleed. My training experience includes Modern Arnis, Miyama Ryu Jujutsu, and FSA style combatives. Formal handgun education was initially through the Chicago P.D. Explorer Program in my youth, later as an adult I attended classes taught by a retired Chicago P.D. Firearms, NRA Certified, and Chapman Academy Instructor and the FSA combat shooting skills that I have learned on my own and with the guidance of a few select instructors in the field. Formal rifle training with the American Legion as a youngin’ and as an adult with the great Appleseed Project, which is the best training around.
Take Care and Stay Safe,
Ken aka kilogulf59

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