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    I'm interested in doing this. I think it'll really put me out of my comfort zone and wanted to see if anyone else was doing it?

    It's $299 to rough it for 3-days.

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    Would this be considered going paramilitary as stated in the other threads?
    "Always avoid, escape, talk down, loop hole if you can, don't be physical unless you really have to be physical, because it really isn't the answer. If you have to be physical, be first and be ferocious. Take them off the planet. But if you can avoid it than you must."
    - Geoff Thompson

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    Mods please move this to the general forum. Thanks!
    "Always avoid, escape, talk down, loop hole if you can, don't be physical unless you really have to be physical, because it really isn't the answer. If you have to be physical, be first and be ferocious. Take them off the planet. But if you can avoid it than you must."
    - Geoff Thompson

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      I may be going - let you know when it gets closer to the date...

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        The March 13th no-refund date makes me hesitant. I work freelance and when work comes, I need to take it.
        "Always avoid, escape, talk down, loop hole if you can, don't be physical unless you really have to be physical, because it really isn't the answer. If you have to be physical, be first and be ferocious. Take them off the planet. But if you can avoid it than you must."
        - Geoff Thompson

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          I'd like to know more about where the survival side of things is coming from. Obviously, the KM side is obvious, and I know the credibility of it. Are we talking about former/active SERE instructors, or some self-taught hippies? I'm guessing it will lean closer to the former than the latter, but having some info on it would give more credibility.

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            Re: Krav vs. Wild

            According to the KMWW link, more details will be coming soon
            Do, or do not. There is no try - Jedi Master Yoda
            This is Krav, not scrapbooking- Instructor Jeremy Stafford
            Krav Air - We serve up NUTS
            - San Antonio Center's Mock Airplane Motto
            Disneyland, but more violent - SashaTheStrange explaining KM to a friend
            Know who you are and what you're capable of. Walk away if you can. Run away if you must. Defend yourself if you have no other choice.- Instructor Steve Tornovish

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              Re: Krav vs. Wild

              Originally posted by MDeaneUSCG View Post
              I'd like to know more about where the survival side of things is coming from. Obviously, the KM side is obvious, and I know the credibility of it. Are we talking about former/active SERE instructors, or some self-taught hippies? I'm guessing it will lean closer to the former than the latter, but having some info on it would give more credibility.
              Hi MDeaneUSCG,

              Thanks for inquiring! The training will be hosted by the Krav Maga Worldwide Force Training Division. All of them are current or former military and/or law enforcement and are top professionals in their respective fields.

              Many of them have honorably served our country in the special operations communities.

              No "self-taught hippies" here! :)

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                Just got back home - left a little early because if I had gone to sleep there, I probably wouldn't be getting up until way too late. It was a pleasure to have met some really cool people from all over - Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, North Carolina, Florida, etc. And those were only the few groups that I polled. Also got to meet some cool people from right here in So Cal (btw, for you West LA people, Monica said she was a little sad that people rarely call her Mo Mo anymore...).

                I saw a lot of good energy, enthusiasm, spirit, and teamwork. I hope everyone who attended had a great time! JFYI, the final mission was going be a competition to see which team could bag the mountain lion using only the improvised weapons they had made... j/k... :D

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                  Re: Krav vs. Wild

                  Don, maybe you should explain a little more what Krav vrs Wild was.
                  I believe that self-defense is a moral imperative, and that illegitimate force and illegal violence must be met with righteous indignation and superior violence.

                  But hey, thats just me.

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                    Ok, give me a little bit - I want make sure that my explanation will meet with head honcho approval... btw, missed you - was hoping to run into you there... :)

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                    • #11
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                      Sorry about that, Kids thing had to do.

                      I'll be in Weho tonight at Abbey working, grab a unit and swing by, theres always a big group of dept guys hanging out.
                      I believe that self-defense is a moral imperative, and that illegitimate force and illegal violence must be met with righteous indignation and superior violence.

                      But hey, thats just me.

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