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First time in Argentina – Air Marshal Training
(Primera vez en Argentina - Entrenamiento a Comisarios de Abordo)

Por primera vez en la República Argentina, el Centro de Kapap & Krav Maga (Provincia de Tucumán), realizó un entrenamiento en Contraterrorismo y Anti-secuestro de Aeronaves comerciales y estuvo destinado a alumnos avanzados del mencionado Centro. La capacitación estuvo basada en los Sistemas Defensivos de Autodefensa Kapap y Krav Maga (ISRAEL), en los conceptos del Tactical Combat System - Knife Fighting Concept (AUSTRIA) y en los principios elementales del entrenamiento de los Alguaciles Aéreos Federales (Air Marshals - Código de clasificación OTAN OF-8) dependientes de agencias gubernamentales tales como: Administración Federal de Seguridad del Transporte (TSA-EE.UU.), Einsatzkommando Cobra (Austria), Real Policía Montada (Canadá), Policía Federal (Alemania), Guardia de Seguridad Nacional (India), etc.

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Air marshals (AM), also known as federal air marshals (FAM). Their mission is to protect airline passengers and crews, on domestic and international flights and at airports, from acts of terror on national flights.It is their job to identify and apprehend dangerous individuals and prevent criminal activity. They often work alone, carry a firearm and must blend in with passengers.
Federal Air Marshals must operate independently without backup, and rank among those Federal law enforcement officers that hold the highest standard for handgun accuracy. They blend in with passengers and rely on their training, including investigative techniques, criminal terrorist behavior recognition, firearms proficiency, aircraft specific tactics, and close quarters self-defense measures to protect the flying public.

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Mariscales del aire (MA), también conocidos como Alguaciles Aéreos Federales (AAF), Su misión es la protección de los pasajeros y las tripulaciones, en vuelos nacionales e internacionales y en los aeropuertos, de actos de terrorismo sobre vuelos de la República Argentina.
Es su trabajo identificar y detener a personas peligrosas y prevenir actividad criminal. A menudo trabajan solos, están autorizados a llevar un arma de fuego y deben mezclarse con los pasajeros.
Los Alguaciles Aéreos deben actuar de manera independiente y sin respaldo, y se encuentran entre los funcionarios federales encargados de hacer cumplir la ley que tienen el más alto nivel de precisión de arma de fuego. Se mezclan con los pasajeros y se basan en su formación, incluyendo las técnicas de investigación criminal, reconocimiento de conductas terroristas, aptitud en armas de fuego, tácticas específicas de aeronaves, y medidas de autodefensa en combate cercano para proteger al público en vuelo.


International Seminar (Seminario Internacional)

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On June, 2016, was held for the second time in the province of Tucuman, Argentina, International Seminar Krav Maga - Israel Defensive System. The event was aimed exclusively at students of "Centro de Difusión de Kapap & Krav Maga" and was in charge of the Founder and Chief Instructor of Israeli Krav International (IKI - ISRAEL), Mr. Moshe Katz. Note that this was the second visit to South America KATZ, which is part of a series of annual visits to this argentine province. The contents covered were primarily defense against: a) Threats with knife, b) Firearms (short and long), c) Hang, d) Carjacking (Exterior and Interior). On this occasion gathered several generations of students in the Difusion Center, and was described by them as a memorable fact, because of the spiritual values ​​of Mr. Katz, fellowship and brotherly tolerance shown to the participants. The host instructor and Director of Broadcasting, Joseph Nacul, thanked all participating students.

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En Junio de 2016, se llevó a cabo por segunda vez en la Provincia de Tucumán, República Argentina, un Seminario Internacional de Krav Maga – Sistema Defensivo de Israel. Dicho evento fue dirigido exclusivamente a los alumnos del "Centro de Difusión de Kapap & Krav Maga" y estuvo a cargo del Fundador e Instructor Jefe de Israeli Krav International (IKI - ISRAEL), el señor Moshe Katz. Cabe destacar que esta fue la segunda visita de KATZ a Sudamérica, la cual forma parte de una serie de visitas anuales a esta provincia argentina. Los contenidos impartidos fueron fundamentalmente, Defensa contra: a) Amenazas con cuchillo, b) Armas de fuego (cortas y largas), c) Ahorques, d) Abordaje en vehículo privado (Exterior e Interior). En esta ocasión se congregaron varias generaciones de alumnos del Centro de Difusión, y fue calificado por los mismos como un hecho inolvidable, debido a los valores espirituales del señor Katz, el compañerismo manifiesto y la convivencia fraternal de los participantes. El instructor anfitrión y Director del Centro de Difusión, José Nacul, agradeció a todos los estudiantes participantes.


Krav Maga
(lit. "contact combat", "close combat”) is an eclectic hand-to-hand combat system developed in Israel that involves wrestling, grappling and striking techniques, mostly known for its extremely efficient and brutal counter-attacks, as it is also taught to elite special forces around the world.
It was derived from street-fighting skills developed by Imi Lichtenfeld, who made use of his training as a boxerand wrestler, as a means of defending the Jewish quarter during a period of anti-Semitic activity in Bratislava in the mid- to late 1930s. In the late 1940s, following his immigration to Israel, he began to provide hand-to-hand combat training to what was to become the IDF, developing the techniques that became known as Krav Maga. It has since been refined for both civilian and military applications.
Prior to 1980, all experts in Krav Maga lived in Israel and trained under the Israeli Krav Maga Association. That year marks the beginning of contact between Israeli Krav Maga experts and interested students in the United States. In 1981, a group of six Krav Maga instructors traveled to the US to demonstrate their system, primarily to local Jewish Community Centers. The New York field office of the FBI and the FBI's main training center at Quantico, Virginia saw it and expressed interest. The result was a visit by 22 people from the US to Israel in the summer of 1981 to attend a basic Krav Maga instructor course. The graduates from this course returned to the US and began to establish training facilities in their local areas. Additional students traveled to Israel in 1984 and again in 1986 to become instructors. At the same time, instructors from Israel continued to visit the US. Law enforcement training in the US began in 1985. Krav Maga is currently being taught as a primary hand-to-hand combat technique at some police departments in the United States.

Kapap
Kapap is a combat doctrine made up of a combination of several fighting styles such as boxing, judo, jujitsu, combat with knife, gun and rifle. The emphasis is put on fighting empty handed against each of these weapons, and weapon against weapon. Kapap is suitable for all fighting fields and enables the warrior to overcome any kind of fighting and prepares him to almost any possible situation. Kapap is neither a sport nor is it competitive; it is not a martial art either. Kapap is a great mean of self-defense.
The Kapap warrior is a fast, precise and lethal fighting machine. Kapap is made suitable to different levels of the learners: children, teenagers, adults, policemen, soldiers, security and armed forces personnel and bodyguards. Each group has to follow and master a specific syllabus.
A Kapap person is not a fighter (competitive fighter); he is a warrior (man of war) literally. He is prepared for any situation against any kind of weapon. He will know how to defend himself and his surroundings against any form of attack which puts him or his environment in danger. He will be able, shall the need come up, to operate different kinds of weapons and firearms. He will do so with excellent skill.
It was not until 1999 that Kapap started being taught in an organized manner in Israel and outside it. This happened after many years in which other kinds of combat styles ruled, such as: Krav maga, karate and judo, instructed throughout the world mainly for the purpose of sports competitions.
These martial arts lost their fighting effect and became soft in order to meet the needs of those competitions. Kapap came back in light of the terrible security situation and street crime which created the need for real self-defense techniques. Kapap instructors in Israel today train Israel Defense Forces units, different armed forces units such as the Yamam and Shabakas well as various elite units.A Kapap warrior knows he will never compete, never receive a medal or trophy when he overcomes an opponent. However, he will gain his life which is the true reward.