Test your fitness against Special Forces protocols, and develop your mental resilience beyond what you thought possible! The Mill Gym’s Cadre Camp is a gruelling, 36-hour training camp modelled on the selection process for Australian Special Forces (SAS and Commando regiments). Designed to develop and test resilience, it’s open to all applicants, civilian and military….

A sensei is more than a teacher, and may not only be found in a dojo. The late Commando Sergeant Brett Wood MG DSM, recipient of the Medal for Gallantry, filled such a role for many, including Kinetic Fighting CEO Paul Cale. On the 10th anniversary of Wood’s death in action, Cale pays tribute to his friend and mentor.

Kinetic Fighting (KEF) has joined Airbus’ ‘Team Nightjar’ in its bid to supply a rapidly deployable, multi-role helicopter for Australian Special Forces. KEF will work with a group of specialised companies brought together by Airbus to complete the bid for the ADF’s Project Land 2097.

The NZ Army combatives method will now be distinctly recognisable to Aussie soldiers: The New Zealand Defence Force has adopted Australia’s Army Combatives Program (ACP) in a bid to enhance its members’ hand-to-hand fighting skills and close-combat capability.

When it comes to self-defence, you want to be the weapon and have the tool, not the other way around. An integrated combat approach is the key.

Through a ground-breaking partnership, Kinetic Fighting is getting set to deliver an integrated, immersive training capability for Defence, law-enforcement and security organisations.

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

The Australian Army Combatives Program heralds a new approach to close-combat within the defence force Down Under. Instituted in 2017, it gives Aussie soldiers greater capability to defend themselves against the terrorist threat.

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