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Hey all I'm back....got finished with basic at FT. Knox a few weeks ago and am now FT. Lee VA. I was wondering if there were any krav options around ft lee/ Richmond VA area? Any help would be appreciated.
__________________ Do, or do not. There is no try - Jedi Master Yoda This is Krav, not scrapbooking- Instructor Jeremy Stafford
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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