Contemporary Fighting Arts (CFA) has a several unique military combat training programs. Our mission is to provide today’s modern soldier with the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to survive a wide variety of real world combat scenarios. Our military self defense program is designed to provide the modern soldier with the safest and most effective skills and tactics to control and decentralize armed and unarmed enemies.
“Martial arts techniques have no business in real world military combat operations. Soldiers need practical no nonsense combat techniques that will immediately neutralize the enemy.”
Unfortunately, military bootcamp only provides a basic introduction to hand-to-hand combat techniques for the new recruit. In most cases, the soldier is not adequately prepared for the myriad of military combat self defense scenarios that can occur. This is especially important since today’s modern warrior is now be being forced to fight the enemy in extremely close quarter urban environments when most long range weapons will have limited application. There is no escaping the fact that todays modern soldier must hone and develop his self defense skills for the battlefield”
“Military bootcamp only provides a basic introduction to hand-to-hand combat techniques for the new recruit. Todays modern soldier must hone and develop his self defense skills for the battlefield.”
Military combat training is available to all branches of the United States Military and all training programs are taught exclusively by Sammy Franco. Individual training is also available to soldiers who wish to improve hand-to-hand combat skills and techniques. Confidentiality and discretion is maintained at all times.
- Hand-to-hand combat training
- Knife fighting skills
- Improvised weapons training
- Widowmaker Razing skills for military applications
- Close quarter neutralization techniques
For reasons of security, specific details about our military self defense programs are not available for public dissemination and do not appear on this web site. Please use our Contact Us page for more information.