Recently I went through an Israeli training ng program,that emphasizes aggressive tactics,situational awareness,and carrying non racked. Their draw and engagement times rival everybit of a regular racked carry. However all other aspects are a bit different since they work with aggressive tactics,mover to cover first a kneel to rack and clear(taking you out of harms visibility- if in a distance engagement,firing around objects,never over the top etc.
If you know anything about their training,I would be interested in an assessment or thoughts on aggressive (force on force) vs our defensive system. Their emphasis on situational awareness is much higher than our traditional training and is designed to remove one from any potential issue way ahead of time. But the agressive part makes engagement a one way option.
The defense or aggressive part of the training includes if to close to draw and fire(comfortably, using the slide and or barrel of the weapon to create distance to fire(as an example).
The steel of the slide can give “plenty of headache or fracture” etc.
Can aggressive training actually result in a more defensive posture?