Every service member who competed was required to be trained in the Modern Army Combatives Program, which was developed in the late 1990s by Army Rangers to train Soldiers in close quarters, hand-to-hand combat.
What does MACP stand for?
MACP stands for Modern Army Combatives Program
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The effectiveness of BJJ and the Gracie family's techniques led to its incorporation in the Modern Army Combatives Program.
Endnote: (1) The Modern Army Combatives Program, which began with the 2d Ranger Battalion in 1995, is now being introduced to the Army as a whole.