MACE (USMC): How the Martial Arts Center of Excellence Produces Fierce H2HC Fighters Through MCMAP

What do martial arts self-defense moves and MCMAP techniques have in common? Find out!

MACE (USMC): How the Martial Arts Center of Excellence Produces Fierce H2HC Fighters Through MCMAP

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Dear Martial Artist,

Most traditional martial artists are trained to use self-defense moves as a last resort in street fights. However, the same philosophy does not apply to H2HC (hand-to-hand combat) on the modern battlefield.

As H2HC has evolved on the battlefield, so have the self-defense moves and techniques used by the United States Marine Corps (USMC) through programs such as the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) taught at the program’s headquarters, the Martial Arts Center for Excellence (MACE).

In this FREE Guide — MACE (USMC): How the Martial Arts Center of Excellence Produces Fierce H2HC Fighters Through MCMAP — you’ll find out most of the MCMAP moves used for modern H2HC are rooted in traditional martial arts’ techniques and self-defense moves.

There Is a Connection Between Martial Arts Self-Defense Moves and MCMAP Techniques

MACE (USMC): How the Martial Arts Center of Excellence Produces Fierce H2HC Fighters Through MCMAP

“MCMAP is composed of several fighting arts, including judo, jujitsu, karate, kenpo, even boxing,” explains Capt. Arturo Hernandez, commanding officer of Instructional Training Company at San Diego’s Marine Corps Recruit Depot. “But we use only techniques that work on the battlefield.”

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The Marines Only Use the Best MCMAP H2HC Moves on the Battlefield

In the dojo, a martial arts practitioner can tap out their opponent. However, on a 21st-century battlefield, it’s literally do or die. That’s why all of MCMAP’s H2HC techniques are designed to be simple and effective. During combat, Marines have one objective: Kill the enemy.

In this FREE Guide — MACE (USMC): How the Martial Arts Center of Excellence Produces Fierce H2HC Fighters Through MCMAP — learn how the Marine Corps breaks down traditional self-defense moves to their basic elements and turns them into lethal and specialized H2HC techniques for modern warfare.

MCMAP Moves Work Because They’re Simple and Effective

MACE (USMC): How the Martial Arts Center of Excellence Produces Fierce H2HC Fighters Through MCMAP

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MCMAP Makes Tough Warriors Even Tougher!

“Marines are advertised to be warriors who are capable of defending the nation, the Corps and each other,” says Lt. Col. G.H. Bristol, director of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Center for Excellence in Quantico, Virginia, the program’s headquarters. “MCMAP gives [us] the mental, character and physical disciplines to be what we are advertised to be.”

In this FREE Guide — MACE (USMC): How the Martial Arts Center of Excellence Produces Fierce H2HC Fighters Through MCMAP — see how the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program instills mental, moral and physical development necessary to survive the training itself and to prevail on the battlefield.

MCMAP Techniques Training Transforms Marines Into Lethal H2HC Warriors

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