Force-On-Force training is not a new concept. It has been used in various forms and in numerous countries for well over sixty years. With time it has evolved in its methodology, quality, and complexity of training. Not to mention the sophistication of the equipment used.
The science of preparing for violence is changing and adapting to new realities. Realities often exposed through blood in battles fought in all corners of the world. Not just in the campaigns of wars.
The teaching methods used in Force-On-Force training are being continually enhanced and improved by valuable and sometimes priceless information resulting from actual cases of use of force by soldiers, law enforcement personnel, security professionals,and civilians.
A multitude of schools and instructors offer such training opportunities utilizing various methodologies, approaches, and equipment.
It is always the responsibility of the person seeking training to do the homework. To determine what exactly is it that they need and seek, and what is being offered.