What is F.I.G.H.T. C.U.T./S.T.A.T.?
(Fully Integrated Grappling and Hitting Techniques, Close Up Tech-niques) is a Military Combatives Course based on techniques from Japanese Ju-Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Tang Soo Do (Korean Karate), and Filipino Kali. There is a tremendous need for military personnel to train in Combatives, especially in the following areas:
1) Force Continuum from Less force to More Force (Diplomacy to Deadly Force)
2) Blocks and redirections of aggressors attack
3) Joint Locks
4) Arm Bars
5) Come alongs
6) Striking with lethal and non lethal application to insure personnel safety
S.T.A.T. (Securing Techniques And Tactics) is not a combatives course, but rather a Personnel Safety Course, designed and created specifically for the US Soldier where, if the use of force can not be avoided, then the minimal use of force is best. The techniques were selected for their simplicity, effective-ness, and adaptability, to increase combat readiness, personnel safety and survivability. S.T.A.T. teaches how to engage and control an enemy combatant without lethal force. Often this is done with “Live” (unrehearsed) realistic scenarios. Sections of training include full kit. Safety measures are incorporated into the training to sustain high intensity. Students learn quickly with ample time for “skill and drill”.
S.T.A.T. training greatly enhances both individual and unit effectiveness. Proficiency in Securing Techniques And Tactics is an essential skill for anyone who finds their self in a hostile environment with-out a weapon. S.T.A.T. incorporates: minimal use of force, strikes, kicking, joint locks, flex-cuffing, pris-oner movement techniques, – with lethal and non-lethal applications, offering a high level of physical en-durance and confidence in ones ability to greatly insure personnel safety. F.I.G.H.T. C.U.T. Instructor Courses Avaialble