Michael Spivey
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Ret - Aerospace RM&S Engineer, A&P Mech, Machinist

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Michael Spivey

Warrior Monk, Male, 66, from Las Vegas, NM (High Plains where the Bison roamed)

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    1. Battodoka07
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      You were at Misawa? I was there from 1990-1994 when my dad was stationed there. Loved every year there. Check out some videos on youtube, they tore down a lot of the old housing tracks and put up a bunch of towers. When I was there they were just building the first three towers.
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      I wish to be a follower if that's ok....
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Sep 11, 1953 (Age: 66)
    Home Page:
    http://stalag13.myfunforum.org/index.php,
    Location:
    Las Vegas, NM (High Plains where the Bison roamed)
    Occupation:
    Ret - Aerospace RM&S Engineer, A&P Mech, Machinist
    I have been studying Tang Soo Do since before highschool (Class of '71), I currently hold a 4th Degree Black Belt in that. My instructor has been John Santiago my life long friend and mentor.[​IMG]

    Began study in the Santi Style of Toyama Ryu Batto Jutsu and Itashikata Funzento Kobushi Ryu Jujutsu (Lit: Path of the Wrathful Fist) in 1974 when I became a 1st Degree Black Belt in Tang Soo Do. I hold 4th Degree Black Belts in the Santi Style of the Toyama Ryu and Itashikata Funzento Kobushi Jujutsu. Integral to the Jujutsu style is the study of the Jo is a "walking stick" style commonly used by Shinto Priests - Ranagi Shinto Jojutsu.

    The Toyama Ryu Batto Jutsu is basically a study into all things bladed and sharp - Katana, Wakizashi, Tanto, Naginata, and Yari.

    I have studied in the Wu style of Tai Chi Chuan. I was privileged to have been able to study Arnis/Escrima under Daniel Inosanto during my enlistment in the USN when I was stationed near his school in San Jose California. I am a archer, a discipline that comes very natural to me.

    I like the bardiche as a pole type weapon and practice with one in place of a naginata.
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    The ability to grasp it near the head of the blade gives it a close quarter capability some other staff weapons do not have.

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