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MCMAP Instructors course

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Published on Aug 4, 2009

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Comments • 41

KevTheRev
Name of the first song played? 
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lame!!!!! 
Safton
I'm familiar with both of those arts, but I've never personally experienced either. I'll certainly look into them should I get the chance. Thanks again, and same to you.
KiD Vicious
Sounds good to me man. From personal experience, if you look into some Wing Chun and Silat, those have helped me have an edge not many others can get these days. The sensitivity drills they offer along with their structure can be that sweet spot most fighters don't have these days. Good luck with your training brotha
Safton
Yeah, I'm actually planning on Security Forces. I'll get some defensive tactics training, maybe some Combatives, too. The route I'm taking may also get me some Krav Maga/knife fighting. And I'm looking into maybe doing some grappling on the civilian side. Oh well, one step at a time. Thanks!
KiD Vicious
Well hey i'm sure you'll be able to learn outside of military depending on where you're based. Plus depending on your job, i'm sure security forces and such get martial arts training. Just remember, it's never too late, that's the beauty of martial arts haha. THanks, good luck yourself.
Safton
Heh, jealous. I'm enlisting with the Air Force in the next few months. I would love to get as much martial arts/hand-to-hand training as possible. Training in martial arts is something I've always wanted to do but never had the chance. Regardless, best of luck to you. 
KiD Vicious
Sounds good! I would hope so, and imagine so. Reason i'm asking is because my life right now is Martial Arts, and i'm enlisting as an HM in the Navy. If i could get some certifications for this and possibly become an instructor, that would be pretty damned awesome!
Safton
I know for a fact that members of other services can be certified all the way up to Black Belt in MCMAP. As for members of other branches getting Instructor certification, I think that's possible, too, with the right people's permission. 
KiD Vicious
Wait, so Navy Corpsmen can become MCMAP instructors as well? Being that the MOS 0916 is a USMC MOS not Navy rate? Corpsmen can carry that title/job and be MCMAP Instructors???
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