Friday, October 31, 2014

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Intel 101

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As seen in the recent Boston bombing tragedy, past intelligence is very important when attempting to find a lead or capture a suspect. On the 17th of April around 1:00pm CNN reporter John King told Wolf Blitzer that his source (Human Intel), a law enforcement official, told him that they have a suspect in a […]

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Suicide Bomber 101

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“Homicide Bombers will be the next wave of attacks in this country [U.S.].” With the recent bombings at the Boston Marathon, we realize that Howard Safir’s conclusion about Homicide bombers in the United States is not at all far fetched.  This article discusses the profiling of suicide bombers. We will discuss what makes someone a suicide bomber, how […]

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Big: That’s Not a Knife . . .THAT’S a Knife

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By Lynn Thompson – Cold Steel ~ In my earlier article regarding “Mouse Knives” I urged my friends and customers to examine their knife carry choices with intellectual honesty, to look at the advantages and disadvantages of their knife choice and to study what is genuinely and realistically possible with those small knives in a […]

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GET REAL: AMERICA – Soft Targets Among Us!

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Hello everyone! Welcome to my first article on World Wide Dojo! Before I begin, and out of great appreciation, I want to thank Dana Stamos and WorldWideDojo.com for inviting me to write my “Get Real” column. This website has a lot of great writers, great articles, and lot’s of great training tips and its nice to […]

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TIT for TAT – Training International Transporters for Tactics Against Terrorists

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About TIT for TAT Preventing another 9/11 Tragedy Mission Our perpetual mission is dedicated to exploring and providing the most comprehensive self-defense training tactics for people who are employed within the transportation industry. Our seminars are created and implemented by the World’s Best Defense Experts. Company Overview Motto: Transportation Makes the World Go Around We are […]

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Staying Alive on the Job – A Survival Guide for Peace Officers

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Tom Kohl is a US Army veteran (1988-92), who was in combat in Desert Shield/Storm in Iraq, and who served in the US Army Reserves (1992-95). Tom worked “on the street” as a police officer for the Dallas Police Department and the Dallas County Police Department from 1995 to 2002. He now is a Special […]

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Best Practices: Why the OODA Loop is Still Relevant

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Understanding the mind’s decision-making process can help you calm down subjects and improve your own reactions. The OODA loop was created by Air Force colonel John Boyd in the late 1950s. He was a Korean War fighter pilot and a student of combative engagements. Col. Boyd’s understanding of the time-sensitive nature of decision-making based on […]

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Homeowner kills intruder: ‘I was fighting for my life’

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By Diana Rugg / NBC Charlotte ~ HICKORY, N.C. – A Hickory man is grateful to be alive after he said an intruder broke down his front door, and tried to beat him and rob him Saturday morning. Paul Ohle said he was in his kitchen around 9 a.m. when he heard his front door […]

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Police Officer Survival Guide – Complacency Can Kill You

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The average police officer may work his entire career without having to discharge his weapon in the line of duty. This leads the officers into a sense of self- confidence and security, which can evaporate quickly when a suspect turns violent. Police officers perform essentially the same functions day after day and often become complacent. […]

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The Winning Edge: One Stance, Three Uses

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Why waste time and cause confusion learning different positions when one will do for interviewing, fighting, and shooting? If you sit around chatting with instructors who teach in law enforcement, you will find a great deal of diversity on any training topic except one: working the fundamentals. Any top-notch instructor knows the fundamentals will always […]

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