Actually "Soldiers in the Army" use MACP. (Modern Army Combatives Program)
Originally Posted by Virus
It's "Marines in the Marine Corps" who use MCMAP. (Marine Corps Martial Arts Program)
Yes, I'm a picky asshole.
I think the most telling thing is that he poured his "entire brain" into only twelve pages...
it's pretty obvious that a lot of people here have been wasting their time at the gym/club when you could get the same...nay! better and more deadly techniques from a 12 page document.
Why does it always have to be d3adly? Why can't it be effective?
Let's just assume for one second this is for real. If they really are d3adly it should be entitled "23 ways to go to jail for murder in the second degree." Because that is what you get when you beat someone to death. It is hard to prove that you used only the minimum necessary force to resolve the conflict when you are bad-ass enough to kill with your bare hands. An easier way would be to carry a gun(legally of course), it is actually easier to demonstrate adequate restraint having shot a guy then beating them to death. I guess its at least good it is a prison based system, since that is where the practitioner will be spending a good amount of time.
Why is it that common people can't see this and thus know that these are BS claims?
effective lacks pizazz
Originally Posted by melk
not when you spell it like: t3h 3ff3t1v3!!11eleven.