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Government

We can provide expert training for federal, state and local government as well as the private sector. All of our training options can be customised to suit your requirements and we are available to travel to your location.

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Security

Safeguarding VIP’s and/or critical infrastructure, more often that not, put the security personnel in situations where they are in contact with civilians. This requires specialised training in communication skills and handling low-level threats as well as high- level threats.

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Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement, SWAT teams, Air Marshals, Prison Guards and intelligence agencies are using Krav Maga Global as their provider of CQB and Hand-2-Hand combat training to better prepare their officers to cope with the natural threats of their work environments.

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Military

Krav Maga Global is the leading provider of specialized training for military forces and special units in the world today. The adaptation and specific requirements for these types of units and personnel demands a unique approach and coherent system, which KMG provides.

Since 1985, KMG’s instructors has been working closely with various units in Israel and around the world, including the Army Combat School of Sweden (training instructors for the entire Swedish Defense Forces), special units and MPs of the Finnish military, the Dutch Marines, Polish soldiers, land and navy commandos, and SWAT teams. Dutch, Norwegian, Danish and Hungarian Military, MetPolice in London, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), as well as law enforcement units, air marshals, VIP protection units and correction officers, SPG of India, Hong Kong SWAT. The Australian Protective Service, Australian Air-force and Customs, protection and SWAT teams, as well as regular police departments in the USA, military forces and protection services in Venezuela and Paraguay, the Honduran Police (DCI), Israeli security and military forces, and more.

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