With non-warfare street violence, the strategic basic stages of close quarters combat is to disrupt, damage, destroy then disengage.
The tactical mindset is a way of being that optimally prepares you for any dangerous or crisis situation through tradecraft logic and survival adaptation.
A fight optimally begins before the first strike; a pre-engagement setup for the actionable engagement – aka “disrupt then execute”.
The concept and practice of identifying then expeditiously adapting your environment to be situational weapons is a skill and a mode of perception.
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Particularly with close quarters combat is there a profound necessity for fluid and dynamic movement of the body as a whole for optimal performance.
As with the tells of deception, identifying then interpreting the body language of an assailant can aid you in engaging a close quarters attack.
The predation of the urban man is remarkably similar to the wild animal, this is the 5 step process of how people hunt other people for resources* on the streets.