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The KAPAP system was developed in the late 1930s, within the Jewish Aliyah camps (ma-a-not Olim) as part of preparatory training before their arrival in the British Mandate of Palestine. The Palmach and Haganah used KAPAP as an ongoing combat development program for their recruits.
It was primarily considered a practical skill set that was acquired during the training period of the Palmach and Haganah fighters. The main focus was to upgrade the physical endurance, elevate and strengthen the spirit, developing a defensive and offensive skill set. It included physical training and endurance, cold weapon practical usage, boxing, judo, jujutsu, karate and knife and stick fighting.

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KAPAP is a term used today to differentiate itself from the many Krav Maga schools around the world. Lt. Col. (Res) Chaim Pe'er[2] of Unit 216, Sayeret Matkal heads the International KAPAP Federation. Major Avi Nardia (Unit 216 Sayeret Matkal and Yamam Hand to Hand Combat instructor) developed many of the techniques now seen in modern Krav Maga, very specifically many of the gun disarms which were not in historical KAPAP and therefore Krav Maga.
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Tutorial Kapap Israeli Special Forces Combat...Vol 1 of 4


Tutorial Kapap Israeli Special Forces Combat...Vol 2 of 4


Tutorial Kapap Israeli Special Forces Combat...Vol 3 of 4


Tutorial Kapap Israeli Special Forces Combat...Vol 4 of 4


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