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Thwarting Terrorist Bombings Through Awareness

On July 7th 2005, my brother (Andrew Abernethy) was onboard one of the Tube Trains involved in the London Bombings. He suffered numerous wounds and needed medical attention to remove shards of glass from his body. However, he was ultimately one of the lucky ones. Upon finally escaping from the tube, he was one of the first to give an interview to BBC television and radio. Many of you saw or heard that interview, both in the UK and overseas, and got in touch to express your concern. Thank you for that.

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Countervailing Force: Understanding the Legal Aspects of Karate (US Law)

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Playing with Sharp Objects: Things you really ought to know about weapons

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What They Should Know

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Kiai: The Fading Cry of the Martial Artist

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Humility & The Humble Bow

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Shock Blocks

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Reality Training for Children: 21st Century Martial Arts

This article was written by Jamie Chipperfield Clubb. Jamie Clubb is the founder of Clubb Chimera Martial Arts and runs classes for adults and children in self-protection and progressive martial arts.

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On Sheep, Sheepdogs & Wolves

Loren W. Christensen's police career began in 1967 when he served as a military policeman stateside and in Saigon, Vietnam. When he got out, he joined the Portland (Oregon) Police Bureau where he served for 25 years in a wide range of jobs, to include street patrol, gang intelligence, dignitary protection, and defensive tactics instructor.

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Martial Academia

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