Close Quarters Combat: WWII Combatives Provides
Self Defense Training For Surviving A Real Street Fight!
When you're in a life or death struggle with a violent attacker who may be bigger than you...stronger than you...and possibly armed, you need a self defense program that doesn't rely on your size, strength, or previous fighting experience!
"Close Quarters Combat" was born out of the World War II combatives designed to take "ordinary men" and transform them into undefeatable hand-to-hand combat experts in the shortest time possible. No fancy, complicated kicks...and the only "belts" that were worn held your ammo and bayonet.
Close Quaters Combat today has evolved into a more practical approach to reality based martial arts or "street fighting" to be able to apply battlefield-proven self defense techniques to real attacks.
Close Quarters Combat Instructor
As President of the International Society of Close Quarter Combatants, Jeff Anderson is also a Master Close Combat Instructor and decorated combat veteran of the US Military. As a lifelong student of traditional martial arts, it was his military training that led Jeff to seek out no-nonsense self defense strategies that would work not only on the battlefield...but on the street!
Jeff Anderson is a lifelong martial artist and "close combat" practitioner who started training at the age of 13 when he became addicted to Saturday morning "kung fu theater".
His training and unquenchable thirst for knowledge in the combative arts have led him to several styles, ranking in many "traditional" martial arts, including:
Pangai Noon Kung Fu
Tang Soo Do
San Soo Kung Fu
And individual training in various "reality based" combative arts
Jeff has always sought out the most effective self defense tactics from any style he could train in in order to costantly improve his defensive skills. His first test of his training was his enrollment in the famed "Guardian Angels", patrolling city neighborhoods for the safety of its citizens. This exposure brought experience in dealing with not only physical conflict, but also an understanding of the body's adrenal response to conflict...something that was often missing from his structured self defense education.
In the military, anywhere Jeff was stationed, he immediately sought out the nearest self defense courses in line with his search for practical close combat strategies. Oftentimes, in areas where these types of classes were non-existent, learning simply came in the form of private training sessions with buddies in the barracks or "coming to the aid" of buddies in bar fights.
After 10 years of military training in elite infantry units around the world, Jeff began working as a security consultant and executive protection specialist for private clients and the entertainment industry, eventually earning his industry recognized Certified Protection Professional (CPP) designation.
In the classes and seminars Jeff began to instruct, Jeff's training philosphy and goals have always boiled down to one thing...practicality! If a technique won't work against a larger, stronger attacker (or attackers), it has no use in his arsenal!
In line with this philosophy and intent on advancing the concept of "reality based martial arts" throughout the world, in 2005, Jeff created the International Society of Close Quarter Combatants, a member-based organization solely focused on promoting instructors and training designed to help martial artists, law enforcement, government agencies, military, and citizens interested in self defense, develop the skills necessary to survive a violent street attack!