Jan-Marc van den Beemt

Instructeur ACT-Nederland

Vanaf 1984 heb ik diverse vechtsporten beoefend zoals:

  • Judo (vanaf 1978)
  • Pencak & Silat PAMUR Kombinasi Cimande
  • Kempo
  • Krav Maga
  • Armed Combat and Tactics 

Ik ben instructeur voor ACT en voor Pencak & Silat.

Founders of Armed Combat and Tactics

armed combat and tactics

Alexander Zhelezniak

Chief instructor and Founder of Armed Combat and Tactics school.

Street Survival System – Level A2 Instructor


Alex has been doing martial arts for 30 years. He has Judo and boxing experience, trained in Shotokan Karate, Kendo, fencing,  Arnis, Kobudo.  He has been training in full contact weapon fighting and teaching every day of the past two decades.

Alex has gained unique experience in this field by pitting himself against a wide range of opponents in full contact sparring with steel blunts, wooden wasters and padded simulators. All of this has resulted in him formulating his experience into a systematized method of fighting and training students to the best weapon fighters they can be.

Chapter: Israel

armed combat and tactics

Noah Gross

Chief instructor and co-founder of Armed Combat and Tactics school.

Street Survival System – Level A1 Instructor


Noah has been training in martial arts for 40 years.
He trained under many distinguished teachers, among them Doron Navon, Mark Davis, and Moty Nativ, Michael Ryazanov and Alex Zhelezniak. Noah holds the rank of 6th dan in Bujinkan Ninjutsu, Level A1 street survival system Advance Weapon Instructor in ACT. Over the last 20 years Noah has delved into combat systems focused on the use of weapons such as Western renaissance martial arts, Arnis and Historical Kapap stick fighting, Armed Combat and Tactics, Kenjutsu, Jogo Du Pao. Noah is also a martial arts historian specializing in the history of hand to hand combat in Pre-state Israel and has published a book on the subject in 2010. Since 2004 Noah has been part of the formation and development of ACT – armed combat and tactics.