OMG, that is one of my favorite videos of ALL TIME. Some very very impressive stuff in there.
One of my favorite parts is where the dog is healing with his handler, the decoy comes out from hiding on the right side, RUNS OVER the dog and the dog still bites.
What you are seeing with the long sticks and the black bite suits is KNPV. The decoys with the jute on the lower half of their legs, as well as the muzzled object guard, are from Belgian Ring.
The breeding and training programs in Europe are quiet different from many of the programs here. Part of it is that the dog sports in general are more popular, so there are more clubs, more handlers, more dogs. Some bloodlines have stood the test of time and have been bred tightly and are producing very nice dogs consistently. The training is also quite different from what is normally discussed on this board and there is quite a bit of compulsion.
There are dogs from these bloodlines here in the US. You can purchase and import a KNPV dog and continue to use it in sport. But part of the problem is that once those dogs get here, people either don't have the experience to breed on the dog in such a way that maximizes its genetics, or maybe they are too interested in those stud fees.
There are some really nice dogs here in the US as well though. Bob and D'Jeckel are two dogs that I like a lot.
If people are interested I can send you a link to a big all breed working dog forum. It spans a ton of disciplines (protection sports, police k9s, therapy dogs, herding, etc) and has an international following. Some very experienced and successful trainers and handlers are on that board and there is a ton of information to be had.