Who We Are

Kinetic Fighting (KEF) are world leaders in combat and skills enhancement. Our elite team, comprised of former Australian Special Forces members and martial arts experts, have developed highly-advanced and customised skills-enhancement courses for the Australian Defence Force and other government agencies.

Upcoming Courses

Personal Combatives: KEF–IC Level 1-Alpha / 2-Alpha – Sydney

🕑 1:00 pm Aug 10 & 11

📍 VT1 MMA Academy

Learn the close-combat tactics used by Australian and U.S. Special Forces, tailored for everyday life. A veteran of multiple combat tours with the 2nd Commando Regiment, former Sergeant Paul Cale literally rewrote the book on Special Forces Close-Quarter Fighting (CQF). Paul then created Infantry Integrated Combat (ICC), which later became the foundation for the Australian Army…

Personal Combatives: KEF–IC Level 1-Alpha / 2-Alpha – Brisbane

🕑 12:00 am Aug 24 & 25

📍 Kodomon Edge Self-Defence

Learn the close-combat tactics used by Australian and U.S. Special Forces, tailored for everyday life. A veteran of multiple combat tours with the 2nd Commando Regiment, former Sergeant Paul Cale literally rewrote the book on Special Forces Close-Quarter Fighting (CQF). Paul then created Infantry Integrated Combat (ICC), which later became the foundation for the Australian Army…

Personal Combatives: KEF–IC Level 1-Alpha / 2-Alpha – Melbourne

🕑 1:00 pm Sep 7 & 8

📍 Guardian Defence

Learn the close-combat tactics used by Australian and U.S. Special Forces, tailored for everyday life. A veteran of multiple combat tours with the 2nd Commando Regiment, former Sergeant Paul Cale literally rewrote the book on Special Forces Close-Quarter Fighting (CQF). Paul then created Infantry Integrated Combat (ICC), which later became the foundation for the Australian Army…

Personal Combatives: KEF–IC Level 1-Alpha / 2-Alpha – Perth

🕑 1:00 pm Sep 21 & 22

📍 TheMill Gym

Learn the close-combat tactics used by Australian and U.S. Special Forces, tailored for everyday life. A veteran of multiple combat tours with the 2nd Commando Regiment, former Sergeant Paul Cale literally rewrote the book on Special Forces Close-Quarter Fighting (CQF). Paul then created Infantry Integrated Combat (ICC), which later became the foundation for the Australian Army…

Articles

How to Find Discipline - Wade Austin Ellis

Discipline is our ultimate weapon in the daily war on wasted time and aimless effort. For most successful people, it’s habitual — and it can be for anyone who’s willing. Learned through decades of martial arts practice and Special Forces soldiering, these three tips to master self-discipline could help provide your will with a way.

ADFMAA President COL Dr David Ward, Vice President WO1 Aaron Johnstone, and Head Coach Sgt (ret.) Paul Cale

Kinetic Fighting–Integrated Combat (KEF–IC) has been officially recognised as a martial art by the Australian Defence Force Martial Arts Association (ADFMAA).

Todd Quackenbush Self-Discipline: Your Ultimate Weapon

If you think discipline is restrictive and routine is dull, you’re missing out. Those who’ve mastered self-discipline know that it’s the key to freedom, because you can achieve and experience much more in life with it than you can without it.

Paul Cale teaching 'ground domination' tactics to Australian Infantry soldiers

A Perth police officer who took down an armed offender while on duty has thanked his training in Kinetic Fighting’s Army Combatives Program for preventing a possible tragedy.

KEF Mission Specialist trainer Reece Dewar and KEF CEO Paul Cale testing weaponry in Nevada, USA, for Force Ordnance in Jan. 2019

KEF Group CEO and former Commando Sergeant Paul Cale hit the Nevada desert for a film shoot with KEF’s equipment partner, Force Ordnance, in January. Alongside him in the USA was fellow 2nd Commando Regiment veteran Captain (Ret.) Reece Dewar OAM, also a Mission Specialist Instructor with Kinetic Fighting.

Image by Inspire Toud/unsplash

Lots of people set themselves goals, but if you really want to instil the mindset required for success, try going on a mission instead. And before you start, pay close attention to the three key elements of mission planning.

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