The knife was designed by Greg Thompson, founder of the US Army's Special Operations Combative Program (SOCP), a special operations program that focuses on advanced close quarters combat techniques.
What does CQC stand for?
CQC stands for Close Quarters Combat (hand to hand)
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We have 45 other meanings of CQC in our Acronym Attic
- Close Quarter Battle Range
- Close-Quarters Battle Weapon (military combat)
- Caia Quem Caia (Portuguese TV show)
- Caiga Quien Caiga (Argentinean TV show)
- Care Quality Commission (health care regulator; England, UK)
- Certificat de Qualification Complementaire
- Certification and Qualification Committee
- Certified Quality Consultant
- China Quality Certification Center (Beijing, China)
- Close Quarters Combat (gaming league)
- Collectif Québécois de Conscientisation (French: Quebec Awareness Collective; Quebec, Canada)
- Colorado QRP Club (Colorado)
- Commission on Quality Care
- Complete Quadratic Combination
- Construction Quality Control
- Contractor Quality Control
- Cork Quality Council (Forestville, CA)
- County Quality Control (Colorado)
- 7-Chloro-4-Hydroxyquinoline-3-Carboxylic Acid
- Center for Quantitative Cell Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
The version in the photo, with its iron battle sights, is normally issued to cavalrymen, gunners, drivers, signallers and others not involved in infantry-style close quarters combat.
For the Basra Special Weapons and Tactics team and the trainers of Company C, 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment, it's the perfect place to train their fellow Iraqis on close quarters combat tactics.
Hampton and the other members of his team are veteran competition shooters who have harnessed their knowledge and experience into a three-day, intensive close quarters combat training, he said.