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About the Author
A. Flane Walker is a traditional taoist martial artist, acupuncturist, herbalist and student of Asiduedro Adlawana, Walker Pinkett, and Mastuetsu Kushubi. He was the last of Master Kushubi's students to be taught the complete 36-Chamber training sequence. Among his other accomplishments, Mr. Walker has served as vice president of Tiger Yangs Moo Ye Do International, and taught at West Coast Shotokan headquarters, where he and the late Edwin Hamile "compared and exchanged concepts." Mr. Walker is now considered the Grand Master of the Won Hop Loong Chuan system of martial arts.
A martial artist and longtime student of A. Flane Walker, Richard C. Bauer is the author of numerous professional journal articles on military history and martial arts subjects. He is a decorated Department of Defense civilian and graduate of the prestigious Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF) program. During his 25-plus year civilian career, he served with distinction during Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.