Jason Brooks - Partner and Instructor

Jason Brooks has been training in martial arts since 1977 as an understudy of Grandmaster John Natividad. Jason currently has four different black belts in the styles of Tang Soo Do, Karate-Do, Bushinkai Ninjutsu, and Krav Haganah. Jason has been inducted into the Universal Martial Arts Hall of Fame as well as the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame. Jason’s rich martial arts background led him to join the United States Marine Corps, where he would come to serve as the lead instructor in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program for his unit, 2D Recon Battalion. Jason trained over 300 Recon Marines in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. and 3500 active-duty Marines, Sailors and reserve forces in all aspects of Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical warfare. In 2005, Jason was medically retired from the Marine Corps due to the injuries he sustained during combat operations in Iraq. In 2017, Jason started working at CRI Counter Terrorism Training School as the veteran outreach coordinator, and recruiter, then eventually became a lead instructor for their tactical training programs. Additionally, Jason is an adjunct instructor for the National Association of Chief of Police and trains police officers in advance officer survival. Jason is also on the UFC executive protection security team and has been on numerous motorcade details for the President and First Lady of the United States when they visited Las Vegas. 

Currently, Jason Brooks is co-owner and lead instructor of Assault Counter Tactics. This personal protection company trains all levels in the use of force for private and professional security. Jason is a master firearms instructor, and certified to teach escaping captivity (SERE) survive /evade/ resist/ escape; tactical medicine; protective security formations; VIP protective techniques; tactical driving; convoy operations; tactical shooting (rifle, pistol, shotgun); counter-ambush techniques; counter-kidnapping; VIP rescue recovery; radio procedures; weapons retention; defense against edged weapons and knives; throwing knives; weapon disarmament; defense against grabs/holds; counter strangulation; ground defense; and takedowns.