by Larry Jordan
U.S. Army Special Forces veteran Larry Jordan
was given a unique assignment by his
commanders - come up with a truly down-and-dirty hand-to-hand fighting system for his
fellow Green Berets and U.S. Army Rangers.
The goal of this system was to give soldiers a handful of hard-core techniques that could be easily learned, easily mastered and effectively applied in any close-combat situation.
devised a set of 12 techniques that were surprisingly simple, shockingly fast and brutally effective.
has now adapted this military system for civilian self-defense.
calls it "The Dirty Dozen".
The 12 self-defense lessons in this book are specifically designed to provide the average citizen with a series of easily learned techniques that will enable him or her
to prevail in any violent situation.
Preparing to resist and defeat evildoers is everyone's responsibility now.
That's where The Dirty Dozen comes in.
Lawrence A. Jordan
, Retd. recently completed a 24-year special operations career, serving in the U.S. Army Rangers and Special Forces.
He is the U.S. Director of the International Close-Combat Instructors Association.