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Old 02-27-2011, 12:30 PM   #1
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An excellent training opportunity has recently presented itself in the guise of Mr. Dennis Martin of CQB Services. Dennis is coming to Atlanta Georgia area in April.


Dennis and CQB Services have trained personnel from official government agencies in Europe, Africa, USA, the Far East, Australia, and the Middle East, including US Military Special Response Teams, and recently a US police SWAT Team in Close Protection. Den is Technical Advisor to the International Association of Personal Protection Agents, and a member of the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI).

Incidentally, CQB Services was the first to offer commercial VIP Close-Protection training in the UK, back in 1985.

Dennis is also the author of Working with Warriors, which covers his training in Karate, then Close-quarter Combatives, as well as working on nightclub doors with Terry O’Neill and Gary Spiers.

Details:

Seminars near Atlanta, Georgia, from Friday 8 April to Sunday 10 April 2011.

Training will include Combative Knife, Offensive Mindset, and Essential Hard Skills.

For further details, please contact Dennis Martin at
DenCQB@Yahoo.co.uk




Do not miss this opportunity!


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