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Marine Corps Martial Arts Program

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Marine Corps Martial Arts Program: Hand-To-Hand Combat Training

U.S. Marine Corps recruits undergoing hand-to-hand combat training during Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) tan belt techniques at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. MCMAP is a combat system developed by the United States Marine Corps to combine existing and new hand-to-hand and close quarters combat techniques with morale and team-building functions and instruction in the Warrior Ethos.

Tan belt, the lowest color belt and conducted during entry level training, signifies the basic understanding of the mental, physical, and character disciplines. It is the minimum requirement of all Marines with a training time of 27.5 hours, and has no prerequisites. Recruits receive these belts after completion of a practical application test on all of the basic techniques of the Tan Belt.

The Marine recruits are with Alpha Company, First Recruit Training Battalion.

Learn more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marine_Corps_Martial_Arts_Program

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American Kenpo vs Karate, MCMAP, Muay Thai, Jujutsu

In this amazing compilation from 2016, my friend Manny Tenna has his American Kenpo black belt test. In this segment of the test, he continuously spars two styles of Karate (and if that second person is actually JKD, please let me know immediately, I will make the correction), one guy who has trained Marine Corp Martial Arts, a Muay Thai fighter (without use of elbows and knees) and a fellow American kenpo black belt who also trains what looks like Jujutsu. This happened at Arnott Kenpo in Eagle Rock. I guess we can call it a Kenpo Kumite. Out of all the Kenpo dojos I've visited, Professor Mark Arnott is the most genuine and humble person. If you guys want more footage from Arnott Kenpo, just let me know. I will gladly show more!

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Marine Corps Martial Arts Center of Excellence

This is a demonstration of martial arts at the Martial Arts Center for Excellence in Quantico, Virginia.
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Marine Corps Martial Arts Program

Sgt. Joshua Tammeus and Sgt. Devin Brown, Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructors with Headquarters and Support Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, talk about their leadership styles. (Video by Sgt. Danielle Prentice)
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U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructor Course

U.S. Marines and Sailors with Chemical Biological Incident Response Force conduct a Martial Arts Instructor Course training course aboard Naval Support Facility Indian Head, Md., on Oct. 9th, 2019 (Video by Lance Cpl. Blakely Graham)

Marine Corps MARTIAL ARTS Gray Belt Course

Today you get a little taste of what Marines go through during their Marine Corps Martial Arts Gray Belt course. This is the second course that Marines go through during their career. Every course is different, based on the instructor. Marines are taught the same techniques and values, but physical training is up to the MAI.

This course was endured while on deployment in the middleeast. Instructed by SSgt. Maher and Sgt. Pabloaguilar.

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Marine Corps Martial Arts Training Session Hotel Company

Recruits with Hotel Company, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, practice Marine Corps Martial Arts Program techniques at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Nov. 7. (Video by Cpl. Shekinah Lowe)

Marine Corps Martial Arts in Slow Motion

This video shows Marines demonstrating moves Marine Corps Martial Arts Program in slow motion.

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Cover Photo by: Lance Cpl. Ismael Ortega

The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and the purpose it serves!

In today's video, Sgt. Zamarrippa explains the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and the purpose it serves! (Video by Brandon Williams)

Recruits Echo Company - Marine Corps Martial Arts Program

Recruits take Marine Corps Martial Arts Program classes to learn basic offensive and defensive techniques while training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. Instructors from the Instructional Training Company, Support Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, teach these classes and prepare the recruits to pass the MCMAP Test near the end of training. (Video by Brandon Williams)
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Marine Corps Martial Arts Intructor Course Physical Training Session

U.S. Marines of Marine Corps Base Hawaii take part in a Marine Corps Martial Arts Intructor Course physical training (PT) session aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii on Sept. 11, 2018. The PT session is part of strengthening the Marine Corps possible future MCMAP instructors. (Video by Cpl. Brendan Custer)

Recruits with Fox Company Marine Corps Martial Arts Program Testing

Recruits with Fox Company, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion complete their Marine Corps Martial Arts Program Testing on Marine Corps Depot Parris Island, S.C. Sept. 28, 2019. Recruits must pass their MCMAP testing in order to graduate boot camp. (Video by Lance Cpl. Godfrey Ampong)

Marine Corps GREEN BELT MCMAP Course

A group of 20+ Marines undergo the martial arts training course to earn their green belt. We learn takedown techniques, fighting techniques and combat conditioning. I had a GoPro to show you a little of what we went through.

Sailors learn MCMAP techniques

USS Germantown (LSD 42) Sailors learn MCMAP techniques. (Video by Petty Officer 1st Class Toni Burton)

U.S. Marine takes on Japanese Army Soldier in Karate Finals

U.S. Marine takes on Japanese Army Soldier in Karate Finals. The Japanese guys were all tired out quick but put on a good fight.
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U. S. Marines Martial Arts Instructor Course: Week 2

U. S. Marines with Martial Arts Instructor Course 224-19 close out their second week at the Edson Range Marine Corps Martial Arts Program Facility on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Aug. 16, 2019. Video by Lance Cpl. Drake Nickels

MCMAP Marine Corps Recruits San Diego

Recruits take Marine Corps Martial Arts Program classes to learn basic offensive and defensive techniques while training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. Staff Sgt. Vincent Walters, Marine Corps Martial Arts Program instructor, Instructional Training Company, Support Battalion, teaches these classes and prepares the recruits to pass the MCMAP Test near the end of training. (Video by Cpl. Cody Woods)

M.C.M.A.P. Instructor Course, Camp Hansen

Marines participate in a Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructor course at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan, Oct.. The students must train for 15 days perfecting, conducting and teaching the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program’s techniques. At the end of the course, the Marines will be certified as Martial Arts Instructors.

Martial Arts Instructor Course 224-19: Week 1

U. S. Marines with Martial Arts Instructor Course 224-19 close out their first week at the Edson Range Marine Corps Martial Arts Program Facility on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Aug 9, 2019. The first week of the course served as an initial introduction, having the Marines conduct multiple fitness tests and go over the fundamentals of what it takes to be a MAI. (Video by Lance Cpl. Drake Nickels)

8th and I Marine Corps Martial Arts

First few seconds of a grappling match between 8th and I Marines. Drum and Bugle Corps Company. Both are musicians.

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