The deadliest martial art in the world?????????????????????Interesting!

7/7/09 in Martial Arts

Combat Jujitsu is used by US Military Special Operations Forces and Special Forces of other countries! It is the deadliest martial art known to man, and would certainly be classified in the category of Extreme Martial Arts.

 I am not talking about 'Regular Army' hand-to-hand combat training. Those techniques have limited application and often focus on unnecessarily complex techniques for use in self-defense, not combat.

 Combat Jujitsu is at the opposite end of the spectrum from self-defense. Self-defense techniques are designed to repel an attack and allow escape from harm. Combat Jujitsu techniques are meant for closing with the opponent and to cause severe bodily damage resulting in death. It is quick; it is brutal! This is the mission of Special Operations Forces.

Others may claim to be the deadliest martial art, but none of them can show any PROOF of their effectiveness in actual combat. Combat Jujitsu has been proven effective time and time again. That is why British and American commandos have such a deadly reputation worldwide, and are both respected and feared by their enemies.

By Special Operations Forces (also known as Spec Ops) I mean military units which are formed and trained to conduct missions involving unconventional warfare, counter-terrorism, reconnaissance, and the like. Special Operations Forces are typically comprised of relatively small groups of highly-trained personnel who are armed and supplied with specialized equipment. They operate on principles of self-sufficiency, stealth, speed and close teamwork.

Special Operations Forces are often referred to incorrectly as US Special Forces, which, in actuality, is the official name for the Green Berets. In other words, Special Forces, or the Green Berets, are a Special Operations Force of the U.S. Army trained for unconventional warfare. This would include Operational Detachment-Delta, commonly known as Delta Force. It is believed that Delta Force conducts missions similar to those regularly attributed to the British Special Air Service (SAS), after which it was modeled.

 The 75th Ranger Regiment, also known as the US Army Rangers, specializes in direct action operations, conducting raids, infiltration and ex-filtration by air, land or sea, airfield seizure, recovery of personnel and special equipment, among others. Each Ranger battalion can rapidly deploy anywhere in the world.

 The United States Navy Sea, Air and Land (SEAL) Units are considered by many to be the most elite special operations force in the world. They are employed in foreign internal defense, direct action, counter-terrorism, and special reconnaissance operations.

 One of the least known Special Operations Forces is the Air Force Special Tactics Unit. They are trained and able to fight with virtually any special operations unit and are paramedics on the battlefield. Pararescuemen as they are known, have what some consider to be the most difficult job in all of the armed forcescombat search and rescue, mostly of (but not limited to) downed pilots. They often operate in close cooperation with other special operations units, such as the Army Rangers, Army Special Forces, and Navy SEALs.

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Regular soldiers, otherwise known as General Purpose Forces (GPF), only receive basic self-defense skills designed to escape a bad situation in case of a weapons malfunction. Most of what is taught to GPFs will usually result in some sort of struggle with the enemy until an opportunity for escape is created. This sort of fighting is slow and is a bad tactic when the mission is to get in and out as quickly as possible!

 Struggling with the enemy is not practical in the swift-action shadow world of Special Operations. Struggles such as this are noisy! The last thing you need is to alert everyone within earshot that there is a fight going on! Exchanging blows, or wrestling around on the ground with an enemy, is the quickest way in the world to draw a crowd. And in this case, it means a crowd of enemy troops who want to kill you!

 Spec Ops hand-to-hand techniques need to be as near instantaneous as possible, no fooling around! That is why they need such extreme martial arts training. That is why they rely on Combat Jujitsu.

 In order to better understand why Combat Jujitsu is different from regular military hand-to-hand combat, and why it must be the deadliest martial art, you must understand the complexities of Combat itself!

Combat is purposeful violent conflict between one or more persons or organizations, intended to establish dominance over the opposition. The term "combat" typically refers to armed conflict between military forces in warfare. However, Combat may be armed (using weapons) or unarmed. Often referred to as hand-to-hand (H2H) combat, close combat is fighting at very close range. In fact, close enough to contact the opponent with the body (striking, kicking, strangling, etc.) and/or with a weapon (knives, swords, batons, etc.), as opposed to firing or throwing an explosive or projectile.

 Most people think of H2H as combat of last resort, such as when your position is overrun by enemy forces. However, Combat Jujitsu means you intended to engage the enemy at close range, and possibly without using a gun! This is never the intent of 'Regular Army', only Special Forces would be crazy enough to do something like that! But they do it all the time. This is extreme martial arts and these men have no fear!

 If a GI's gun jams he uses self-defense techniques to get out of harm's way. On the other hand, Special Ops Forces may knowingly and willingly enter harm's way without firing a single shot! When the intent is to engage the enemy without weapons (guns), as in Silent Operations, Special Forces Operators rely on Combat Jujitsu!

 Army Rangers may often be in Close-Quarters Combat situations. Close quarters battle (CQB) or close quarters combat (CQC) refers to fighting methods within buildings, streets, narrow alleys and other places where visibility and maneuverability are limited. An enemy combatant may be in your face before you ever get the chance to use your weapon. Navy SEALs may be on a hostage rescue (extrication) mission and faced with these same close-quarters conditions.

 Even with good pre-mission intelligence, combat conditions can change in an instant. You can never be sure in specialized environments what types of weapons technology you will be faced with. But more importantly, there may be political considerations, or the need to deal with an unknown mixture of friendly, unfriendly or civilian personnel.

CQC by commando troops such as the British Special Air Service, Delta Force or U.S. Navy SEALs always requires on-the-spot innovative thinking. Silent Ops reduces the chance of collateral damage!

 

 

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7/8/11   |   phoenixdevan   |   1 respect

 I like your article.Thank you for share it with us.

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4/29/11   |   animedragon11

wan_sarawak wrote:
either way all martials art are dangerous if the user have skill using it. and experience wil add to deadliness of the martial art. as the combination of skill and experience will most likely to increase the movement speed and accuracy of the hit point.

well, that's only partially true...some martial arts like those made by gichin funakoshi (such as the taik-yoku's)  were only meant as exercise, or a preliminary to actual martial arts.  so saying that all martial arts are dangerous, can only be determined by whether or not the bunkai actually works....not trying to shoot you down or anything.....

4/29/11   |   animedragon11

lilium_solaris wrote:
i prefer kendo.. or anything related with sword

cool, i take okinawan kempo, (better known as Shuri-Ryu) and we have had grandmaster Chosei Motobu come to our dojo and teach some samurai techniques to our sensei (renshi ziegler), and i totally agree with you, kobudo and swords are so much more fun than empty hand and bunkai kata.

4/8/10   |   wan_sarawak   |   2 respect

myrna_ventura wrote:
Yes, LOL  and you have to add balance and power in performing this skill  

i really aggree with tah and it comes automaticALLY WITH PRACTICE AND EXERCISE

4/7/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

wan_sarawak wrote:
either way all martials art are dangerous if the user have skill using it. and experience wil add to deadliness of the martial art. as the combination of skill and experience will most likely to increase the movement speed and accuracy of the hit point.

Yes, LOL  and you have to add balance and power in performing this skill  

4/7/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

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^^^^^There are a LOT of practitioners that need to understand the above.  Unfortunately, human "pride" oft times stands in the way of how we perceive things which we don't necessarily know--or "think" we do know.

Yes, that's really true LOL  

4/7/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

hapkido_warrior wrote:
luck has absolutely nothing to do with it and how many times have you seen two people both die simultaneously in a fight (without weapons)? if luck was the deciding factor than i should be able to whoop the best fighter in the world about 1/2 the time right?

I don't believe so LOL  

4/5/10   |   wan_sarawak   |   2 respect

either way all martials art are dangerous if the user have skill using it. and experience wil add to deadliness of the martial art. as the combination of skill and experience will most likely to increase the movement speed and accuracy of the hit point.

4/4/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

ritesh_sinhamca08 wrote:
hi how u r i m fine i love this art and create new things always if u like connect pls be in touch

Well I'm fine thanks, but please give your comment on  this article lol   

4/4/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

malea_corrine wrote:
Hi ppl how are you all

Hi there, were  lost ? 

4/4/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

bruce76230 wrote:
 I love this Article. Did you know that Mr Rodgers and Captain Kangaroo were Navy Seals ?
Mr. Rodgers had 7 confirmed kills! He always wore those sweaters to cover up his tatts!

Yes LOL  just now due to your post.

4/3/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

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Based upon what I've read, the Britons have focused their martial arts upon the Japanese traditions.  According to the sources I've seen, the emphasis of the styles that make up their close quarter combat include Judo, Akido, and Ju-jitsu.

Yes, SAS is highly respected for their martial arts training.  Even so, (I think greatly attributed to the current times and need for application), the most respected military practitioners are from the Israeli special forces and their art--Krav Maga.  However, when weighing the effectiveness of each system (even military system) of martial arts, each is dependent upon the level of competence and application of individual practitioners.

With the melding of martial arts styles for use (especially) in the military, I think it's near impossible to designate any one over another as the most deadly.

Thank you very much for the enlightenment LOL  All of these military trainings on self defense  are deadly.  Here in the Philippines, the military used Hapkido,  Yao Yan,  Ju Jit Su and Judo Karate and the one thought by Israeli Krav-Maga. .. 

4/3/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

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Based upon what I've read, the Britons have focused their martial arts upon the Japanese traditions.  According to the sources I've seen, the emphasis of the styles that make up their close quarter combat include Judo, Akido, and Ju-jitsu.

Yes, SAS is highly respected for their martial arts training.  Even so, (I think greatly attributed to the current times and need for application), the most respected military practitioners are from the Israeli special forces and their art--Krav Maga.  However, when weighing the effectiveness of each system (even military system) of martial arts, each is dependent upon the level of competence and application of individual practitioners.

With the melding of martial arts styles for use (especially) in the military, I think it's near impossible to designate any one over another as the most deadly.

That's some piece of advice  and very true LOL   

4/3/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

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With all respect, if you throw out all of the 'flag-waving', rah, rah, elements within the body of the text, this is a superior article.  With the elder martial arts where styles were learned regionally, the practical nature was sometimes determined by the proficiency of the specific art--under a poor general / commander, even the best of martial arts wasn't enough in such situations.

With the essence of globalization, and the evolution and combination of various forms and philosophies, not to mention the adaptation of the martial arts to fulfill the needs of modern society, each country has developed a specialized form for combat for their respective military functions.  Until a "no holds barred" competition is established to determine the comparative effectiveness of each art, such a determination as to which one is the best will never be answered.

Conversely, I'm reminded of the philosophy of Huo Yuanjia, co-founder of the Chin Woo Athletic Association in Shanghai.  He believed that whilst certain arts are equal in practical nature, the reason for competition is that the application of such is determined by the individual practitioner.  This is why the essence of humility is important for martial arts practitioners--the art is established, but the application of the art is solely in the hands of the individual applying the knowledge.

"Know your enemy and know thyself, and in 1,000 battles you shall never perish" ~~Sun Tzu

Well said LOL

4/3/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

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There are several that can be regarded as "the most deadly" to name one (to myself) is just an indication that an individual has very limited exposure or research into a number of other martial arts.  I'm not saying this to demean, degrade, or disregard another persons opinion.  However, even within the last year, whereas I have really begun to research every martial art I can find and evaluate based upon my own experience in the martial arts, I have discovered some extremely "scary" martial arts styles pertaining to their lethal capabilities.

THank you very much for the good post Heathen.  All your analysis and knowledge are very well appreciated.

3/22/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

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There are several that can be regarded as "the most deadly" to name one (to myself) is just an indication that an individual has very limited exposure or research into a number of other martial arts.  I'm not saying this to demean, degrade, or disregard another persons opinion.  However, even within the last year, whereas I have really begun to research every martial art I can find and evaluate based upon my own experience in the martial arts, I have discovered some extremely "scary" martial arts styles pertaining to their lethal capabilities.

I agree LOL

3/22/10   |   myrna_ventura   |   1214 respect

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There are so many martial arts variations that I can not honestly state to know them all.  To re-enforce the authors point, several martial arts have evolved to fit modern military necessity: (listed above) U.S. Special Operations martial arts ("combat Ju-jitsu--which also incorporates various applications from striking arts), Hapkido is the military martial art of Korea, Russia created a sport martial art from their military art of Sambo, China developed San Shou, Isreal trains it's soldiers in Krav Maga, etc...  All are deadly forms of martial arts.  Then there are arts such as Chin-Na (Quin'na, Qui'na) that is utilized by the Taiwanese police forces, as with others.

A relatively new martial art that's been described as the (the dirtiest), and one of the most effective martial arts is called Kajukenbo: "Ka" from the Korean influenced arts "ju" from the Japanese Judo and Jujitsu, "ken" from Kempo, and "bo" from various traditional forms of Chinese Kung-Fu (Gung-Fu--depending upon northern or southern styles) and Chinese Boxing.  Another art I recently discovered is one that derived from Hapkido and is now practiced in Finland called Han Moo Do. 

For the modern question as to "deadly martial arts", those that are either adapted or combined from various martial arts to form new combat styles such as those used in the military all seem to have one singular factor in common--flexability; each style to be effective requires practical elements from all spectrums of the martial arts forum--striking, grappling, throws, and locks / holds (submission).  Each of these styles has the capabilities to adapt themselves depending upon the situation to either subdue, incapacitate, and in the most extreme circumstances--kill.

To close, here are two videos that I enjoyed watching.  The first is the Hapkido varient I mentioned that is being trained in Finland, Han Moo Do: www.faniq.com/video/Han-Moo-Do-YouTube-27252,44,63/sport_recent   The second is Chin-Na: www.faniq.com/video/Street-Practical-ChinNa-Qinna-YouTube-36260,12,63/sport_recent

Very well said my friend and I agree with your sentiments.

2/25/10   |   tdaisycristorres

cool.........

2/25/10   |   tdaisycristorres

lilium_solaris wrote:
i prefer kendo.. or anything related with sword

.......owzzzzzzzz??????? really??????????

2/18/10   |   billiePAL1998   |   2796 respect

What is the art that the SAS are using? I've heard they are the best in the world.

1/17/10   |   pokloh_99

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There are several that can be regarded as "the most deadly" to name one (to myself) is just an indication that an individual has very limited exposure or research into a number of other martial arts.  I'm not saying this to demean, degrade, or disregard another persons opinion.  However, even within the last year, whereas I have really begun to research every martial art I can find and evaluate based upon my own experience in the martial arts, I have discovered some extremely "scary" martial arts styles pertaining to their lethal capabilities.

can u listed that kind of martial arts that you called scary norseHeathen, i will thank you for than my friend

1/16/10   |   hapkido_warrior   |   272 respect

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The way it sounds like to me is. Two opponents fighting each other luck seem to be determining who is going to be the one that walks away, or will they both die at each other hands.

luck has absolutely nothing to do with it and how many times have you seen two people both die simultaneously in a fight (without weapons)? if luck was the deciding factor than i should be able to whoop the best fighter in the world about 1/2 the time right?

1/13/10   |   billiePAL1998   |   2796 respect

 Knowledge, Skill, Patience, and Determination if you have those you will be a cut above the rest.
If you have noticed of the 4 only one pertains to Physical prowess and the rest is your inner power.
Hence the importance of mind over matter. Spirit over Body.
 

8/24/09   |   lilium_solaris

i prefer kendo.. or anything related with sword

8/24/09   |   zuhdi103

zuhdi103 wrote:
i'm practising it that's why...

that's why i become the fan

8/24/09   |   zuhdi103

i'm practising it that's why...

8/21/09   |   hapkido_warrior   |   272 respect

silat is a dangerous martial art, however, the moves that are forbidden in it are actually practiced and used in many others and the sixth sense thing i know nothing about but i imagine its more philosophy then practicality

8/21/09   |   wan_sarawak   |   2 respect

It all depend, as for me i think silat is the deadliest martila art and as it is deadly enough that some move are forbidden to use unless u r under desperate situation. And in Silat we have some think we call "batin" using our 6th sense to kill our enemy without touching a hand on them.

8/18/09   |   hapkido_warrior   |   272 respect

not too useful against non karate users, particularily in a street fight though
only a few fighters like lyoto machida and GSP have been able to adapt it to work in a mma fight

8/18/09   |   nobuakimasaki

Karate rocks too. Probobly the most famous martial art in Japan.

8/17/09   |   hapkido_warrior   |   272 respect

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one could not pick any martial art as 'the deadliest martial art' because each kind of martial art from krav maga to semper fu and CQC etc. etc. all were developed for an individual purpose and kind of fighter and the likelihood of the situation he ll get into
just as a pure hand no weapon martial art without armor or anything id say kajukenbo is the deadliest in most situations but its really a toss up based on the individual situation
but throw in guns, knives, armor, more trained opponents then its a toss up
there is no secret technique combat jiu jitsu has that these dont
combat jiu jitsu is more of a ground form of combat which is a general no-no in most of these deadly fight martial arts because if the enemy has a weapon, friends or the environment is bad then going to the ground will often end up in you getting torn up/ incapacitated/ killed so i would say combat jiu jitsu is far from the deadliest martial art in the world
there are many other mistakes in this article, special forces would never use martial arts before weapons- they are always a last resort and you dont use these techniques when your position is overrun, mostly it is when captured or caught in a situation where you have no ammo and the enemy are still coming at you with guns and you have no clear cover

this isnt "extreme martial arts" and these guys do have fear and UNDER no condition would they build a plan on the basis of just fighting their way without the use of weapons to reduce collateral damage- thats why they practice special gun practice in shoot houses constantly, these guys learn how to move fast and do NO collateral damage when they move in with guns

GPF techniques dont just look for escapes they more focus on getting your weapon back in your hands and in a position where you can use them, you dont just run away and this is because of the amount of practice and god given talent it takes to be good at actually defeating anyone much less a skilled opponent quietly and instantly with your bare hands

8/17/09   |   johnsward66   |   216 respect

bruce76230 wrote:
 I love this Article. Did you know that Mr Rodgers and Captain Kangaroo were Navy Seals ?
Mr. Rodgers had 7 confirmed kills! He always wore those sweaters to cover up his tatts!

I wish it were true, but a free people shoulden't have to trade in lies to make themselves feel better. Go to snopes.com & do a search on Fred Rogers & Bob Keeshan's military service. ....The truth will make you free.

8/7/09   |   ritesh_sinhamca08

hi how u r i m fine i love this art and create new things always if u like connect pls be in touch

8/7/09   |   malea_corrine

Hi ppl how are you all

8/4/09   |   fer1_k

emeelynroco wrote:
..i really like taekwondo..its makes me feel cool...

from where you come from?

8/4/09   |   emeelynroco

..i really like taekwondo..its makes me feel cool...

7/10/09   |   alpha_omegaryuu

Hm... There's so many to choose from.

7/10/09   |   vjsoni87

wats so funny..!!!

7/8/09   |   jamessolomon39

thats funny!!!!....lol.....lol....

7/8/09   |   bruce76230

 I love this Article. Did you know that Mr Rodgers and Captain Kangaroo were Navy Seals ?
Mr. Rodgers had 7 confirmed kills! He always wore those sweaters to cover up his tatts!