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THE  WORLD HEAD OF FAMILY SOKESHIP COUNCIL - WORLD GRANDMASTER COUNCIL

Council is America's first documented international Grandmasters/ Masters organization founded in 1992. Home  to some of  the world's greatest martial artists, including our late mambers GM Robert Redfeather , GM Jay Saceda Jmawanu And many More.

JUNE 20 th - 21 st, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.

 

 



 





 






Robert Redfeather
Mescalero Apache Awarded into The Martial Arts History Museum for Apache Knife
One of the Oldest Traditional Native American Art's in 2013 - Since 1821
Martial Arts History Museum  2319  W. Magnolia Blvd. Burbank, CA. 91506
 
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Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
ALEX M. KRUZ , Apache Knife Ghostdog Apprentice,
Apache Knife Combat Scouts  (Tracking School )
Jan  28, 2013
 Apache Knife Seminar

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RED CLOUD 2013

 

 


Robert Redfeather has been asked to play the role of "Uncle" in the "Red Cloud" comic book and upcoming feature scheduled for 2013.
Robert has been acting as a technical advisor and associate producer on the award winning short "Red Cloud: Deliverance"

Red Cloud: Deliverance - Official Trailer
Jake Red Cloud, a contractor of Native American origin with a mysterious past develops a spiritual bond with Ann Parker. Ms. Jeannine Parker, Ann's mother, rents to Red Cloud to help supplement her lifestyle of cigarettes, alcohol, soap operas and bad boys.

When Ms. Parker's boyfriend gets out of line with Ann, Red Cloud steps in, finding something that has been missing within himself and gaining an unwanted physical obsession from Jeannine. The dynamic of the relationship between the three changes with dangerous results for all involved.

The film picks up a few years after Issues #1 and #2 of "Red Cloud" the comic book which were published with proceeds benefiting the Somaly Mam Foundation.



 

 

     

 







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APACHE KNIFE WAR POST FIRST STUDENTS TO USE IT WARRIORS NAMES ARE HIDDEN WOLF, AND SIDE WOLF.

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Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Christopher Yother, Apache Knife Ghostdog Apprentice.
Tykoda Yother
, Apache Knife  Ghostdog Apprentice.
Dec 14. 2012
 Apache Knife Seminar in Star City, Arkansas. 71667- 8811



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Founder By Robert Redfeather
Apache Knife Fighting Training DVD Volume 2
A Short Introduction of Volume 2.

The 12 Strike Zones, Stabbing Drill's, War Post Practicing the 12 strike Zones, Practicing the 12 Strike Zones on a small target, Training Circling, Distance, and Walking, Training distance with upward wind, Training to Fight in a Circle instead of Straight line attackes, Available Now Volume 1 & 2

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Dircted By Chief Instructor Robert Redfeather in Star City, Arkansas.71667-8811
Apache Knife Fighting-Training DVD Volume





 

 

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Native American Indian  Holiday Month of November

In 1987, the week of November 22-28 was proclaimed as "American Indian Week" by President Reagan, pursuant  to  Senate Joint Resolution 53. Prior to that, President Reagan had twice earlier designated an American Indian Day  or Week. In 1986, he signed Senate Joint Resolution 390, which designated November 23-30 as "American Indian  Week"; and during his first term he named May13, 1983, as "American Indian Day". 







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09-FEB-2007
 -- The Arkansas legislature has repealed Sec. 5-73-121 of the Arkansas Code pertaining to the offense of carrying a knife as a weapon.  Prior to its repeal, Sec. 5-73-121 had imposed a three and a half inch blade length limit on knife carry, and knives carried with blades over the specified length were presumed to be weapons under the statute. With the repeal of Sec. 5-71-121, implemented as Act 83 of 2007, Arkansas no longer has a statutory blade length limit for knife carry.








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  JUNE 17. 2012
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Painted Wolf, Crossing Wolf, Mountain Wolf, Morning Wolf.

Graduation  Apache Knife Combat Seminar
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BIGLIN, STROUP, CUCCHI, STANBACK, LILES.

 

Graduation  Apache Knife Combat Seminar
Orange County - Brea, CA.

 

 

 


 

 

 


 Stanley Liston, Sharing is 25 years of Native American Tracking skills.


 

 

There are entire books devoted to shelters, but if you were to only learn one,
it should be the life-saving, "Quick Shelter". This is probably the most important
survival skill that you can learn because more people die in survival situations for
lack of adequate shelter than for any other cause.

Tracker Dan is a very easy going and knowledgeable man.
He has very good Ranger Survival Skills. I recommend his DVD to anyone. Visit his web site to learn more,

www.trackerdan.org

 


 

IN FAYETTEVILLE,  ARKANSAS  U.S.A.
 
Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Stanley, Apache Knife Basic Instructor
Vito,
Apache Knife Basic Instructor
David,
Apache Knife Basic Instructor
 


 

IN FAYETTEVILLE,  ARKANSAS  U.S.A.

Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Thomas Howanic Apache Knife Basic Instructor
Chester Fetter Apache Knife Basic Instructor

 

  IN ARKANSAS  U.S.A.

Robert O'Dell Apache Knife Basic Instructor

 


 


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  Brea, California. 92621

SEMINAR DATES 25,26, NOV 2006
 Knife Seminar Brea, California. 92621
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IN U.S. CALIFORNIA

Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Ralph H. Redfeather Apache Knife M. Instructor in                Fullerton, CA. 92835
  Abraham D. Marcos Apache Knife Professional Instructor in  
Riverside CA. 92508
Walter D. Hinds Apache Knife
Ghostdog Apprentice in            Anaheim CA. 92804
  USMC SGT: Medina, Eric Apache Knife Basic Instructor in   San Diego, CA. 92126
USN Dosta, R. Chris Apache Basic Instructor in                     San Diego, CA. 92126
  
USMC SGT: Reyes, J. Nicholas Apache Basic Instructor in    San Diego, CA. 92126
   USAF TSGT: Delgado, Jose
Ghostdog Apprentice in                       Sanger, CA. 93657
Jeff P. Emery Apache Basic Instructor in                                  San Diego, CA. 92122
 B
runo Boggi Apache Knife Basic Instructor in                         San Diego, CA. 92110
Tim Ralls  Apache Knife Ghostdog Apprentice in                       Riverside CA. 92508
         John G. San Agustin Apache Knife
Ghostdog Apprentice
in   Santa Ana, CA. 92705        

Graduation Apache Knife Seminar
Orange County - Brea, CA.

 


IN CHICAGO, IL. U.S.A.

Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Fernan D. Vargas Apache Knife Professional Instructor in              Chicago, IL. 60629
Christoph C. Hogan Apache Knife Basic Instructor in               Woodridge, IL. 60517
Anthony T. Hall Apache Knife Basic Instructor in          Windsor, Canada.  N8S3W3
John K. Wilson 
Ghostdog Apprentice in                         Windsor, Canada.  N9A1R1
William T. Anderson
Ghostdog Apprentice in                      North Chicago, IL. 60064
Brian C. Johnson
Ghostdog Apprentice in                                       Chicago, IL. 60629
George Tellez
Ghostdog Apprentice in                                            Chicago, IL. 60632

Graduation Apache Knife Seminar
Chicago, IL.

 


IN CALIFORNIA U.S.A.

Welcome into the Apache  Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Michael G. Settlemyre, Bruno Boggi, Roberto L. Bejar,
Dominic  Marcos,
Top Dog, Walter D. Hinds


Graduation  Apache Knife Seminar
( Dog Arrow ) ( Crow Dog ) ( Fire Dog ) ( War Dog ) ( Dog Shoulder )

 


 

IN FAYETTEVILLE,  ARKANSAS  U.S.A.

Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Michael G. Settlemyre Apache Knife Ghostdog Instructor  in Lincoln, AR. 72744
Trent A. Arrington Apache Knife Basic Instructor  in Jordan, Utah.  84084
 


Graduation
Thank you to Michael for teaching this class.
 

 


 

IN FAYETTEVILLE,  ARKANSAS  U.S.A.

Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Graduation
Andrew Jordan , Apache Knife Ghostdog
Instructor
Michael G. Settlemyre
Apache Knife Ghostdog Instructor
 


Thank you to Andrew for teaching this class. You did a wonderful job.  I would recommend
you as an instructor to anyone. As your Chief Instructor I am proud to have you on my team.

 


 

IN FAYETTEVILLE,  ARKANSAS  U.S.A.

SSG: Scott O. Brenton and SGT: Albert J. Robertson
Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
  Apache Knife Ghostdog Apprentice, U.S. Army in Lenexa, KS. 66227

Graduation Day, June 19. 2005



"1st KANSAS!"
"Volunteers by GOD!"

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IN FAYETTEVILLE,  ARKANSAS  U.S.A.


Ghostdog and Reddog

Welcome into the Apache Knife Ghost Dog Family.
Sean W. Proud Apache Knife Ghostdog Instructor in
United Kingdom  (Victoria) British Columbia
 Ph: (0797) 493-0944  Sean.Proud@btopenworld.com

Graduation Day, Dec. 08 2004  

Personal History
of
Reddog

 

Served 10 yrs in Royal Marine Commandos w/ tours in Iraq (1991) and Northern Ireland, and locations around the world as a qualified sniper reconnaissance troop. First aid instructor. Full-time boxing for the Marines and then the Navy winning various championships. Unarmed combat instructor for the Marines. Black belt in Kung-fu. Cross trained in judo and Olympic wrestling. Qualified K17 instructor.

 

 


 

IN ARKANSAS U.S.A.

Stick Dog, Ghostdog and Big Dog Heart


Fernan D. Vargas, Andrew S. Jordan, Welcome into the Apache Ghost Dog Family.
Graduation Day, Sep, 21. 2004 Apache Knife Fighting Seminar


 

 

RED CLOUD 2013

 

Robert Redfeather has been asked to play the role of "Uncle" in the "Red Cloud" comic book and upcoming feature scheduled for 2013. Robert has been acting as a technical advisor and associate producer on the award winning short "Red Cloud: Deliverance"

Officially working on the Red Cloud Feature @RedCloudthemovie
Check out the latest cast/crew updates and news!
http://t.co/qsL0UDDe

Robert Redfeather
2013

 

Proceeds from the "Red Cloud" comic book and film series benefit the Somaly Mam Foundation which rescues and provides assistance for sexual slavery survivors.

Officially working on the Red Cloud Feature @RedCloudthemovie 
Check out the latest cast/crew updates and news!
http://t.co/qsL0UDDe

Robert Redfeather
2013



04, DEC  2003


 Robert Redfeather and Ronald Howard
Ron Howard at the American Cinematheque for The Missing

Acclaimed director Ron Howard was on hand for a screening of his new film, The Missing, at the American Cinematheque in Hollywood, CA. The Cinematheque is a non-profit organization dedicated to showing movies from all genres on the big screen. Their home base is at the classic Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Blvd. Their guest of honor was Howard, who was on-hand for a mini tribute to his career as a director.

 

 

The 8th World Martial Arts Union
 
Apache Knife Scouts goes to Korea in Chungju. World Martial Art to Represent U.S.

as The Old Fighting Arts and the Art of Nagondzoog and Nagonlkaadi-Nyol.

U.S.A. Apache Knife Team 2004

 


Marines Corps Corps News Native Americans Served 'beyond the call'
Submitted by: MCB Hawaii
Story Identification Number: 200311619420
Story by Compiled from DoD news releases


MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII, KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii (Nov. 7, 2003) -- When the 20th century came to a close, there were nearly 190,000 Native American military veterans. It is well recognized that, historically, Native Americans have the highest record of service per capita when compared to other ethnic groups. The reasons behind this disproportionate contribution are complex and deeply rooted in traditional American Indian culture.

In many respects, Native Americans are no different from others who volunteer for military service. They do, however, have distinctive cultural values that drive them to serve their country. One such value is their proud warrior tradition.

In part, the warrior tradition is a willingness to engage the enemy in battle. This characteristic has been clearly demonstrated by the courageous deeds of Native Americans in combat. However, the warrior tradition is best exemplified by the following qualities said to be inherent to most, if not all, Native American societies: strength, honor, pride, devotion and wisdom. These qualities make a perfect fit with military tradition.

American Indian soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and airmen have fought heroically in all of this century's wars and armed conflicts. They have not only been formally recognized for their bravery through military decoration but through anecdotal observation as well.

The Medal of Honor
Throughout history, American Indians have been among those soldiers to be distinguished by receiving the nation's highest military honor, the Congressional Medal of Honor, which is awarded for military heroism "above and beyond the call of duty."

Five Native Americans in World War II, three from the Korean War and 16 during the period of the Indian Wars exhibited extraordinary bravery in the face of the enemy and, in many cases, made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
 
  www.usmc.mil
 
1st Marines take a stab at cutting-edge warfare
Submitted by: MCB Camp Pendleton
Story Identification #: 200311714051
Story by Sgt Matthew J. Epright

www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1018159/posts

 

http://www.patriotfiles.com/forum/showthread.php?t=31194

 

 


Dao Go Te' doo Hondah
Means to say It is good we meet and welcome.


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