- Captain, USMC (Retired) 8th Dan Professor Kodokan Judo
- 57 years active Judo, Jujitsu and Personal Self-Defense
- 1956 Okinawa Judo Champion
- Studied and compete in martial arts in Okinawa, Japan and Korea
- Trained at the Kodan (World Headquarters for Judo) under Kotani Sensei.
- Competed throughout the United States and placed second in the All Marine Corps Judo Championship. Over 300 matches with only twelve losses.
- All Marine Corps Champion, seven consecutive years in my weight group.
- All Marine Corps Grand Champion, five consecutive years, defeating all weight groups.
- Twice inter-service Grand Champion, Eastern U.S. Champion five times and Southern U.S. A.A.U. Grand Champion.
- Presidents Award for outstanding contribution to United States Youth Physical Fitness Program.
- Coached the Southern U.S. Judo Team competing against the North and undefeated seven years.
- Directed the hand to hand combat programs for the USMC and instructed law enforcement and intelligence agency personnel.
- Awarded the Japanese Ambassadors Cup.
- Fourth in my weight group at the first US Olympic Trials, World’s Fair, New York.
- Psychological Operations Officer in Vietnam.
- Directed anti-terrorist, clandestine operations and civic action programs.
- Trained and deployed counter guerilla operations in Northern I Corps.
- Advisor to armed propaganda teams and provincial recon units.
- Formed, trained and deployed scout units using mercenary personnel recruited from the Main Force VC.
- Taught martial arts the University of Hue in Vietnam.
- Executive Officer, First Civil Affairs Group.
- Conducted in-depth personality studies of dissident leaders in the United States.
- Advisor on Psychological Operations within the 1st and 3rd Marine Divisions.
- Instructor of weapons, defense tactics and apprehension techniques at the Mid-Michigan Police Academy.
- Assistant Judo Coach at Michigan State University.
- Full Time Deputy Sheriff on road patrol and narcotics strike teams.
- Instructed Judo at Owosso Judo Club in Owosso, Michigan, developing national and international women’s judo champion.
- Assistant Provost Marshall, New River Air Station, Camp LeJeune, North Carolina.
- Taught police self-defense techniques to Jacksonville area law enforcement.
- Instructed Judo and self-defense classes at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
- Conducted numerous clinics in Judo in the Eastern United States.
- AAU United States National Judo Champion, Gold Medal - Masters Division.
- Nuclear Security Specialist supervisor for Southern California Edison and Pacific Gas and Electric.
- Instructed law enforcement and nuclear security personnel in the use of weapons and unarmed self-defense.
- Taught seminars in competition Judo and defensive tactics.
- Trained and qualified as an Advanced Hostage Negotiator by the FBI.
- Senior negotiator in numerous exercises with the U.S. Marine Corps, Navy, Coast Guard, FBI, Nuclear Security and local law enforcement.
- Technical director for the Martial Arts Center in Raleigh, North Carolina.
- Taught clinics throughout the U.S. in Judo, Self Defense, and Police Techniques to numerous martial arts organizations. Street survival and officer safety to law enforcement agencies.
- National Senior Examiner for United States Judo Association.
- Senior examiner and technical director for North Carolina Judo, Incorporated.
- Validated 8th Degree in Taiho Jujitsu and Goshin Juijitsu by the U.S. Judo Association.
- Instructed Special Forces, Special Operations, and Intelligence Agencies throughout the Eastern United States.
- Awarded the rank of 8th Degree, Professor of Judo by the USJA – a position accredited by all national and international martial arts organizations.
- Inducted into the Head of Family, Martial Arts Hall of Fame as a Living Legend.
- The World’s most prestigious International Martial Arts Hall of Fame.
- On-going consultant in Urban Survival, Police Apprehension and Defense, Domestic Violence Survival and Military Defensive Tactics throughout the United States.