The inaugural series of Kinetic Fighting–Integrated Combat (KEF–IC) courses has attracted men and women from surprisingly broad backgrounds across five Australian cities.

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

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 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.

Kinetic Fighting trainers recently delivered Individual Combat Behaviours (ICB) training to Australian military personnel over several weeks in Brisbane.

After a two-year hiatus, Kinetic Fighting (KEF) courses for the general public were relaunched in Melbourne, Vic. on Saturday 13 October. Participants ranging from raw beginners to experienced martial arts instructors packed the mats at Moorabbin’s Bushido Academy for training in KEF’s Level One-Alpha program.