Israeli Security Warrior Training

with Garret Machine


182 pages, 5.5" x 8.5"

  • Description
  • Author Bio
  • Chapter List
If you are interested in a career in the security field, you owe it to yourself and your future clients to learn from the best. And there is no one better at turning out security professionals than someone who has been trained and tested in Israel.

Israel is a proving ground for effective security. As a result, Israeli security training is the best in the world, bar none. In Israeli Security Warrior Training, Garret Machine shares the skills and knowledge he learned while in the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) and later while serving as a security guard for the Israeli Ministry of Defense.

This book is an instructional guide for various urban, tactical, and security operations, as well as building, managing, and training a security team. It includes combat-proven principles, techniques, and drills for turning out effective security professionals, including chapters on recognizing and defending against ambushes; undercover security; bomb threats; search guidelines for buildings, vehicles, and people; hostage-scenario protocols; combat shooting; tactical driving; physical fitness; trauma first aid; and much more.

Israeli training turns out security warriors, not security agents. The distinction is in the skill set and the mindset of the warriors, a critical difference when lives are at stake.
Garret Machine served as a warrior in the Duvdevan Unit, an elite special forces unit in the Israeli Defense Forces. In addition to participating in the unit's day-to-day combat operations, he was also a field medic and instructor who taught first aid and firearms tactics. He is now in the U.S., bringing his knowledge of the field to you firsthand.
1) Fundamentals
- The Security Warrior
- Duties
- Security Principles
- Rules/Combat Procedures
- Equipment/Technology
- Communications
- Shift Preparation
2) Security Warrior Training
- Physical Fitness
- Combat Shooting
- Trauma First Aid
- Tactical Driving
3) Skills
- Undercover Security Skills
- Searching Techniques
- Interrogation Techniques
4) Threat Assessment and Response
- Threat Levels
- Defending a Facility
- Bomb Threats
- Ambushes
- Hostage-Scenario Protocols
5) Dealing With Suspicious People, Vehicles and Objects
- Suspicious People
- Suspicious Vehicles
- Suspicious Objects
6) Mobile Security
- Travel by Pirate Vehicle
- Travel by Public Transport
- Traveling in Groups
- Security During Meals