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Old 10-04-2004, 05:54 PM   #1
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Smile Aikido And the military.

I am a member of the United States Air Force. And during a recent deployment to Iraq I was introduced to Some different forms of martial arts. I enjoyed learning a few techniques of both Judo & Kajukenbo. But I wanted something else. So I began to look for Style that better fit my needs and personality. I'm sure a thousand people have said that steven seagal was the reason they learned about Aikido, Well I guess I'm # 1001. Ever sense I was a kid my dad and I watched action movies, Chuck Norris, Bronson, & Seagal.
I always liked his style, But I never knew what it was. After some research on the internet I found that style was Aikido with some variations. And uppon reading more into what Aikido is. I realized I found a style I would like to learn.

What does all this have to do with me and the military?

Well,
Being in the military I move around alot, So I was wondering if there would be a dojo in most of the locations I may be stationed. So If you are in the military also or live around an Air Force base, Could you please reply and let me know where you live.
Thanks
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:05 PM   #2
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Question Re: Aikido And the military.

Does anyone else practice in Nm.
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:27 PM   #3
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Re: Aikido And the military.

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Dojo Aikido of Santa Fe (single)

Address: 1412 Fourth Street; Santa Fe, NM 87505 (Map)
Country: United States
Contact: 264 Cam de la Sierra, Santa Fe 87501
Instructors: Takashi Tokunaga
Phone: (505) 983-9115
Schedule: M-Sa
E-mail: tokunagatakashi@aol.com
Affiliation: Independent
Admin: [?] Last Updated: June 26th, 2002
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Dojo Aikido School of Self Defense (single)

Address: 400 Dolores Dr, NW; Albuquerque, NM 87105 (Map)
Country: United States
Instructors: Andrew Frye, 1st dan
Phone: (505) 352-9319
Schedule: MWTSa
E-mail: swngaikido@yahoo.com
URL: http://www.aikidoinc.com
Style: Nihon Goshin
Affiliation: Nihon Goshin Aikido Association
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Dojo Albuquerque Aikido Kokikai (single)

Address: 100 B Mountain Park Place; Albuquerque, NM 87114 (Map)
Country: United States
Instructors: William Bartholomew, 3rd dan
Phone: (505) 400-8357
Schedule: MTh 6:30pm; W 7pm; Sa 11am
E-mail: kokibill@yahoo.com
URL: http://www.albuquerqueaikido.com
Style: Kokikai
Affiliation: Kokikai
Admin: [?] Last Updated: January 14th, 2004
by kokibill@yahoo.com


Dojo Albuquerque Aikikai (single)

Address: 520 Central Ave. SE; Albuquerque, NM 87102 (Map)
Country: United States
Instructors: T.S. Okuyama, 6th dan
Phone: (505) 343-9550
Schedule: TuTh 6:30am, 12pm; M-Th 5:30pm; Sa 10:15am
E-mail: fshcanyon@aol.com
URL: http://www.albuquerqueaikikai.com
Style: Aikikai
Affiliation: USAF
Admin: [?] Last Updated: May 20th, 2003
by fshcanyon@aol.com


Dojo Albuquerque Ki Society (single)

Address: 3015 Monte Vista NE; Albuquerque, NM 87106 (Map)
Country: United States
Instructors: Steven Merley, 3rd dan
Phone: (505) 268-0151
Schedule: M-Th, 6:30-8pm
E-mail: epoppele@concentric.net
URL: http://www.avbg.com/web/aikido
Style: Ki Aikido
Affiliation: Ki Society
Admin: [?] Last Updated: February 26th, 1997


Dojo Albuquerque Shin-Budo Kai (single)

Address: 3100A San Mateo NE; Albuquerque, NM 87112 (Map)
Country: United States
Instructors: Jim Redel
Phone: (505) 262-9383
Schedule: MWF
E-mail: jim@asbk.org
URL: http://www.asbk.org
Style: Shin-Budo
Affiliation: Shin-Budo Kai
Admin: [?] Last Updated: October 24th, 2001


Dojo Kaminari Dojo (single)

Address: Los Alamos, NM
Country: United States
Contact: PO Box 849, Los Alamos, NM 87544
Instructors: Walt Hansen
Phone: (505) 662-2562
E-mail: kaminari@rt66.com
Style: Jiyushinkai
Affiliation: Jiyushinkai
Admin: [?] Last Updated: September 25th, 1997


Dojo Naishin Dojo (single)

Address: PO Box 408; Abiquiu, NM 87510 (Map)
Country: United States
Instructors: Jon Bedford
Phone: (505) 685-4803
Style: Jiyushinkai
Affiliation: Jiyushinkai
Admin: [?] Last Updated: September 25th, 1997


Dojo Quemazon Aikido (single)

Address: 1450 Iris Street; Los Alamos, NM 87544 (Map)
Country: United States
Contact: 1199 45th Street
Instructors: August Swanson, 3rd dan
Phone: (505) 661-7230
Schedule: MThF 1-2pm
E-mail: august@darksim.com
Style: Aikikai
Affiliation: CAA (Division III)
Admin: [?] Last Updated: December 9th, 2003
by jane@darksim.com


Dojo Sandia Budokan (single)

Address: 2203 Silver SE; Albuquerque, NM
Country: United States
Instructors: James Cornfield, 2nd dan
Phone: (505) 268-5339
Schedule: TuTh 6-7pm; F 12-1pm; Sa 10-11am; Su 9:30-10:30am
URL: http://www.sandiabudokan.com/aikido.htm
Style: Aikikai
Affiliation: CAA
Admin: [?] Last Updated: December 9th, 2003
by jane@darksim.com


Dojo Santa Fe Aikikai (single)

Address: 821-F West San Mateo Road; Santa Fe, NM 87502 (Map)
Country: United States
Contact: P.O. Box 5961
Instructors: Jim Hauer, 5th dan
Phone: (505) 989-3631
E-mail: jhauer2@aol.com
Style: Aikikai
Affiliation: USAF
Admin: [?] Last Updated: June 26th, 2001


Dojo Shinju Dojo (single)

Address: NE Heights; Albuquerque, NM
Country: United States
Instructors: Heather Beck, 4th dan
Phone: (505) 275-3226
E-mail: sensei@shinjudojo.com
URL: http://www.shinjudojo.com
Style: Tomiki-Ryu
Affiliation: Karl Geis/Fugakukai
Admin: [?] Last Updated: February 2nd, 2002


Dojo Shoshin Dojo (single)

Address: Santa Fe, NM
Country: United States
Contact: PO Box 184, Santa Fe, NM 87504
Instructors: Oli Olsen
Phone: (505) 471-6327
Style: Jiyushinkai
Affiliation: Jiyushinkai
Admin: [?] Last Updated: September 25th, 1997


Dojo Sun World Gym (single)

Address: 815 9th Street; Alamogordo, NM 88310 (Map)
Country: United States
Contact: 1111 Tenth St. Box 108, Alamogordo, NM 88310
Instructors: Dave Rogers, 3rd dan
Phone: (505) 439-8233
Schedule: MW 6:45-9pm; Sa 12:30-2:30pm (by invitation)
E-mail: derogers@zianet.com
URL: http://www.geocities.com/ellisaikido/
Style: Ellis School
Affiliation: British Martial Art Commission, Ellis Schools of Traditional Aik
Admin: [?] Last Updated: February 11th, 2003
by das@tularosa.net


Dojo Taos Kihon Dojo (single)

Address: 204 Paseo Del Canon; Taos, NM 87571 (Map)
Country: United States
Contact: PO Box 3326
Instructors: Craig Dunn
Phone: (505) 758-7109
Style: Aikikai
Affiliation: Tenshin Bugei Gakuen
Admin: [?] Last Updated: July 30th, 1999


Dojo Taos Kodokai Aikido (single)

Address: 1337-GGusdorf Road; Taos, NM 87571 (Map)
Country: United States
Contact: PO Box 2474, Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557
Instructors: Mike Jones, 4th dan
Phone: (505) 758-3519, [505]
Schedule: TuTh 6:30-8pm (adults); F 6:30-7:30pm (kids)
E-mail: sohei@taos.newmex.com
Style: Kodokai
Affiliation: Kodokai Aikido International
Admin: [?] Last Updated: March 11th, 2002
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:38 PM   #4
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Howdy,

First, allow me to welcome you to Aikiweb! Second, I'm currently on active duty in the USAF also. Like you, I move around quite a bit. In fact, every three years the AF finds me a new home. Sometimes I have some say in the matter, other times not. Of the six USAF bases I've been assigned to/TDY at, only two had an Aikido dojo within 50 miles of the base. I've found the Dojo Search feature on this site very helpful for locating dojo while TDY or after learning of a new USAF directed future home.

My advice to you, use the Dojo Search feature on this site before filling out your Base Preference/Dream Sheet type paperwork! OK, maybe that's not the best advice for career progression.

I'm stationed at VAFB right now, two more years and I'll probably head back up to the frozen white north. Thank you for serving, best of luck and train well.

Last edited by lt-rentaroo : 10-04-2004 at 06:41 PM.

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Old 10-04-2004, 06:48 PM   #5
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Louis,
Thanks I have looked at the Dojo search and found some Dojos near bases I have been stationed. But the listings are more for the towns not the bases. Also I wanted to see how many other Af people were into Aikido.
How long have you been into Aikido?
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Old 10-04-2004, 07:47 PM   #6
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Sean,

I've been studying Aikido for approx. 10 years. The only Aikido club/dojo I can think of that is actually associated with an AF base is the dojo/club at the USAF Academy. When I was stationed in Wyoming, the nearest dojo was over 65 miles away, so I started a small club/dojo and taught beginning Aikido classes for the base youth center. It was a lot of fun and enabled me to continue training/learning. Sometimes the youth center or fitness center will advertise the classes they offer on the base website. You may be able to find something that way as well.

LOUIS A. SHARPE, JR.
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Old 10-04-2004, 08:00 PM   #7
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Quote:
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Ever sense I was a kid my dad and I watched action movies, Chuck Norris, Bronson, & Seagal.
Ahh, my reputation follows me everywhere

Bronson

"A pacifist is not really a pacifist if he is unable to make a choice between violence and non-violence. A true pacifist is able to kill or maim in the blink of an eye, but at the moment of impending destruction of the enemy he chooses non-violence."
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Old 10-05-2004, 09:04 AM   #8
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Wrong Bronson,
But thanks for reading my post any ways.
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Old 10-05-2004, 09:21 AM   #9
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Quote:
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Being in the military I move around alot, So I was wondering if there would be a dojo in most of the locations I may be stationed. So If you are in the military also or live around an Air Force base, Could you please reply and let me know where you live.
Hi Sean,
I'm not in the AF myself. All of my work, however, is for the AF.

I'm in Montgomery, AL (Maxwell/Gunter) . I also do a lot of work at Wright-Patterson. If you get to either location, drop me a line and I'll set you up with someone to train with.

Regards,

Greg Jennings
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Old 10-05-2004, 09:30 AM   #10
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Re: Aikido And the military.

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Sean,

I've been studying Aikido for approx. 10 years. The only Aikido club/dojo I can think of that is actually associated with an AF base is the dojo/club at the USAF Academy.<snip> You may be able to find something that way as well.
Hey Louis, don't forget about us. While we're not associated with the base, we're close, we're AF-friendly and, well, the price is AF-friendly as well.

Hope things are going well for you.

Regards,

Greg Jennings
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Old 10-05-2004, 09:33 AM   #11
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Thanks Greg,
Wright-pat was one of my choices to go to.

If I get there I'll look you up.
Thanks again.

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Old 10-05-2004, 10:05 AM   #12
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Reykjavik Aikikai is a scenic 45 min drive from Keflavik AFB. We have had the pleasure of having a few aikidoka from the base train with us while being stationed there. One more reason to choose Iceland!
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Old 10-05-2004, 10:18 AM   #13
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Howdy Greg! I'll never forget you folks. Sean if you're ever in the Montgomery, AL area, definitely look up Jennings Sensei. Wonderful dojo with wonderful people.

Iceland? Hmmm, no jobs for my AFSC there or Thule AFB in Greenland either!

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Old 10-05-2004, 10:26 AM   #14
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Iceland,
My wife really wants to get stationed there. But, not too sure about my AFSC either.

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Old 10-05-2004, 10:30 AM   #15
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Thanks Sigrun,
I'll look you up if I get out that way.

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Old 10-05-2004, 10:59 AM   #16
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Quote:
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Thanks Greg,
Wright-pat was one of my choices to go to.
.
Hi Sean, I'm in Montgomery. If you go to ACSC or the NCO Academy, you'll come here.

I travel to WPAFB a lot. If you're there, see http://www.ysaohio.com/ . I can't say enough good things about them.

Best regards,

Greg Jennings
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Old 10-05-2004, 11:05 AM   #17
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Quote:
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Wrong Bronson,
But thanks for reading my post any ways.
This is what baffles me about these forums.
When someone posts an amusing reply, half the time they get this sort of automated deadpan response.
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Old 10-05-2004, 11:08 AM   #18
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Re: Aikido And the military.

It's getting time to update my dream sheet. And I'm tring to consider if there will be a place to train where I go next. Ireally regret not starting my training when I lived in Okinawa, Japan for 4 years.
But, I may have the chance to go there again.

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Old 10-05-2004, 11:12 AM   #19
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Quote:
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This is what baffles me about these forums.
When someone posts an amusing reply, half the time they get this sort of automated deadpan response.
I really didn't have a witty reply to this play on names.
Normally I'm a touch quicker, Maybe I was just having an off day. Or perhaps I could be slipping !

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Old 10-05-2004, 12:09 PM   #20
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Re: Aikido And the military.

I am in the Army. (although spent 10 years in the Air Force). Great Dojo's in the DC area if you go to Andrews, Pentagon, or other places in the area. I am in Germany now and nearest dojo is about 30KM away so it is not something I can do often.

On the side note, my battalion just set up the most awesome dojo I have ever seen! It is literally wall to wall interlocking tatami and it will hold about 120 folks! I also have barracks to house at least that many too! (can you say seminar!!!). Chuck Gordon you out there??? Come on down!! We just got it finished!

I have the fortune to be able to work with soldiers in my battalion. Unfortunately, they don't really do aikido, but it is fun throwing the wrestlers and MMA guys around. I am just starting up a combatives program for our guys. It is not aikido, but you do what you have to in order to train!!
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Old 10-05-2004, 12:21 PM   #21
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Hello all! This is my first time posting so I apologize in advance for any mistakes. The head instructor of the dojo in Taos that was listed is Craig Dunn sensei. I believe that he goes back many years with Seagal sensei and may still be close to him. Before moving on (given that Seagal sensei was cited as an inspiration to begin training) you may want swing by that way.


Best of Luck
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Old 10-05-2004, 01:08 PM   #22
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Quote:
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I am just starting up a combatives program for our guys. It is not aikido, but you do what you have to in order to train!!

I thought the Army had a combatives program....fm 3-25.150


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Paul
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Old 10-05-2004, 01:46 PM   #23
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Re: Aikido And the military.

I can second Kevin Leavitt's mention of the wealth of aikido in and around DC. I cut my teeth with Takeguchi Sensei at Capital Aikikai, and there are several other good dojos in the area.

On a side thread, I teach on an army base (Ft. Detrick, Frederick, MD), but get very few military in the class. I've had a few MPs, but that's about it. My theory is that 1) the class is too late in the evening, we start at 7:30 pm, or 1930 as they like to say, and most of the military folks have been up since 0-dark-30. and 2) aikido may be perceived to be too docile a martial art for many hard core military types. Anyone else had a similar experience?

Cheers,
Jack
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Old 10-05-2004, 03:27 PM   #24
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Re: Aikido And the military.

Sean
I have been in the AF 13 years and been practicing for 14 years. Every base I go to I find Aikido somewhere. I know of many other AF folks that practice Aikido somewhere in the world, although my list is outdated. I too trained in Okinawa, when were you there? Did we overlap? If you are looking for an assignment that would help you continue training in aikido anything in the DC area (i.e the dreaded staff job), Wright-Patt (where I currently train), Maxwell (Greg is a wonderful teacher and has a great thing going down there), Hanscom, LA Air Station, Dover, Pete Field or the Academy, Kadena, Yokota, Misawa (of course). Belgium, Germany and England all have dojo's within a 1 hour drive of the various US Military installations. Florida has many places to practice, but Tyndall is near none of them. Hurlburt and Eglin are closer, but it is still a drive. Keelser has a few options and Robins in closer to a few dojos as well.
What is your AFSC? What kind of job do you want and are you willing to career broaden? Keep in touch and maybe all of us AF/Military Aikido folks can meet someday.

Train Hard
Mike Callender

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Old 10-05-2004, 03:36 PM   #25
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Re: Aikido And the military.

I was in Okinawa from 98 - 02.
My AFSC is 2E6x3. I haven't begun my training yet.
I have a few things to tie up. Before I am in a good place to begin.

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