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12/11/09 4:30 AM
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OzCombatives
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HP3vAPffCVw

This is Part One of a clip compiled over the last couple of years working with the OSI-Anti-Terrorist Specialty Team featuring a few highlights of the clinch with cloth (attached striking/ in-fighting) common to the ISR-PM/AF & LE in varying degress as warranted by their function and the use of force continuum or rules of engagement. For further information visit: www.isrmatrix.org or www.isrmatrixaustralia.com
12/15/09 11:05 AM
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ISR is a good program. Even though I think it was designed for police there are a lot of great tools in it.
2/4/10 7:04 PM
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Hi Jason,

ISR has 3 streams, being the civilian Physical Management, Law Enforcement and Armed Forces. There is a common thread through each stream with additional considerations, applications and variations integrated into the base skillsets that are role specific.

In general terms LE will cover off on physical management subject control and LE material while soldiers will cover off on PM, LE and AF material.

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