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    AAR: Force on Force AMTAC / Bill Rapier, April 7-8 (2018), NJ


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    Force on force (FoF) training should be pinnacle of any interpersonal violence instruction. There has to be a lot of steps before it and the only step above it is reality, as such, it needs to be logical in process and function. For many students FoF is the only time they will have had the opportunity to go hands on with an opponent, then add weapon systems, the result is usually a chaotic mess only worthwhile because of the instruction provided. This is where Bill Rapier's experience and training become invaluable. This is much more than just a FoF class, it provides the students with the steps necessary to turn the chaos into an active learning situation. Every drill and part of this class is designed in such a way as to build a logical foundation of unconscious competence which is difficult to find in many current classes in the training industry, both LE or otherwise.


    Read the full review here -> https://www.vdmsr.com/2018/06/aar-fo...ll-rapier.html

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    Thanks......how would you compare this to other FOF classes you’ve taken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tact View Post
    Thanks......how would you compare this to other FOF classes you’ve taken?
    Compared most LE FoF classes, Bill's was vastly better structured and had more tactic centric concepts.

    Most Civ FoF classes focus on specific things only and never touch on half the things Bill talked about. There wasn't a single "so the guys got a gun to your head and he's ontop of you" fantasy world stage. Bill focuses on how to get there in the first place via mindset and other skillsets.

    Based more in reality and at the speed of reality rather than fantasy circumstances.

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