training is realistic martial arts training for military, law
enforcement and other warrior professionals. It is
weapons-based, but covers unarmed and other conflict-management
techniques. The training includes clarification and
activation of the Warrior Ethic and warrior core values.
10am - 3pm
4th and Mercer Avenue
Spring Lake, NJ 07762
($25 for participants of the August 11, 2007 Bujinkan Seminar Here.
with a sincere interest in military combatives and warrior
ethics is welcome. You do not have to be active duty
military or law enforcement to attend.
T. Franklin was the
Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge of the USMC Martial Art
Center of Excellence, Quantico, Va., home of the Marine Corps
Martial Arts Program (MCMAP). He served 24 years
in the USMC and attained the rank of Master Gunnery
served with all three active Marine Reconnaissance Battalions
and 2nd Force Recon Company, and was a Senior Drill
Instructor at Parris Island SC.
has taught close-combat courses in the Marine Corps since 1988
and conducted military martial art exchanges with Australia,
Bangladesh, Korea, Maldives, Mongolia, Philippines, Sri Lanka,
and extensively with the Japanese Self Defense Force.
began his martial art training in 1980 and has studied Uechi Ryu,
Shito Ryu and Shorin Ryu. He
trained in Okinawa for seven consecutive years running his own
branch dojo and serving as an assistant instructor at the Shorin
Ryu Kenshin-kan Hombu dojo for five years.
E. Hoban is a former active duty US Marine Corps Captain and long time practitioner
of martial arts.
He is Black Belt Emeritus in the Marine Corps Martial Arts
Program (MCMAP) and a Subject Matter Expert for the
Hoban is also Shidoshi Senior Instructor in the Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu system
under Grand Master Masaaki Hatsumi in Japan.
Over the last 25 years he has taught more
than 500 seminars and workshops around the world to martial
arts, military, and law enforcement groups.
*Directions: Take the Garden State Parkway
either north or south (depending, of course, on the direction from which you are coming)
to exit 98. Go east on Rte. 138 to end. Take Rte. 35 south to third light (Amoco Station
on Corner). Turn left on Warren Avenue. Go through the light on Rte. 71 and
over the Railroad tracks. Go through the stop sign and continue to 4th Ave. Turn
right on 4th Avenue. Wesley Hall is on the corner of 4th and Mercer Avenue.
By train from Penn Station in Newark: Take the
New Jersey Coastline train to Spring Lake. From the train station, walk east on Warren
Avenue. Go through the stop sign and continue to 4th Ave. Turn right on 4th
Avenue. Wesley Hall is on the corner of 4th and Mercer Avenue.
Map and hotel list are here.