What would you do if you were caught in the middle of a grenade attack or if a co-worker went on a shooting spree? Terrorism Survival is not just a lecture about these things; it is a detailed, step-by-step prescription for dealing with such incidents. Black Belt Hall of Fame member and reality-based personal protection self-defense pioneer Jim Wagner, a former counterterrorist agent with the U.S. government, brings you his tips for public-transportation survival and pre-conflict positioning, as well as advice for dealing with bomb threats and other high-risk incidents. As a well-known defensive-tactics instructor, Sgt. Jim Wagner draws on more than three decades of experience in martial arts, police, military and special operations. For many years, Jim Wagner wrote Black Belt’s High Risk column. His methods are used by many elite forces, including the Israeli Special Forces, FBI SWAT and Germany's GSG9 unit. Wagner is the creator of two Reality-Based Personal Protection DVD series, a multi-topic DVD series on survival tactics, and the author of two books: Reality-Based Personal Protection and Defensive Tactics for Special Operations, with the third (Protecting Others) in production for 2011 release. Jim Wagner remains in demand around the world, where he preaches the gospel of reality-based fighting, a genre he single-handedly defined.


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