TRITAC Martial Arts is not a martial arts style. It should be more considered as a framework for exploring martial arts concepts from a combative perspective.
There are many martial art approaches to combat. But generally, you could break down the areas of combat into striking, grappling, MMA and weapons (stick/knife).
As we see it, each human has their own natural tendencies in combat.
You're drawn to what makes sense to you, what feels right. That doesn't mean you ignore the other areas of combat; but you approach them more of a defensive perspective.
For example - a grappler is going to want to close the distance and get in on an opponent who can strike well. His goal is to learn how to close the distance, tie on and get control of his opponent - all the while not getting hit (TRITAC-Jitsu).
A striker (TRITAC-Unarmed) must learn to hit, move and stay on his feet. If he gets takedown down; he instantly gets back to his feet.
A MMA fighter (TRITAC Combatives), must have simple answers to a large variety of situations, yet specialize in none. They must also fight effectively against against the cage.
From this philosophy our TRITAC Systems were formed.
Each system has unique curriculum, techniques and flows. that explores on a specific area of combat.