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in November , 1986.  The AMS, an international organization, now has schools throughout the western hemisphere, from Hawaii to the Netherland Antillies.

Consistent with its commitment to technical  excellence, the AMS emphasizes a similar commitment to academic endeavors.  Virtually every senior student holds the minimum of a Bachelor's degree as indicated on table 1 :

Honorary black belt rank has been awarded to the following individuals for their contributions to, and/or participation in, the AMS (their rank was earned in another martial art):

NAMERANKDEGREE

Dr. H.T. Walker5th DanDDS

Dale Kirby4th DanBA

Matt Barrow3rd DanBA

Andy Horne3rd DanAA

Table 1

NAMERANKDEGREE

Todd D. Jones6th DanMBA

Robert D. Gaff4th DanBSBA

Brian T. Shawe4rd DanBBC

Thomas McMorrow Jr.4rd DanBA

Sherman Phillips4rd DanMBA

David Weinstein4rd DanJD

Docco Engels3rd DanMA

Alexander Alvarez3rd DanBSBA

Louis LaBarbera3rd DanBS

Jennifer Jones3rd DanBHSOT

Kerwin Wright3rd DanAA

Renee D. Guidry2nd DanBSBA

Catherine Griggers2nd DanPhD

William Keelan2nd DanBSCS

Chester Marr2nd DanAA

Steve Plattner2nd DanBS

Charles Davenport2nd DanBS

Dean Fresonke2nd DanMS

Eric Gregorisch2nd DanBS

Kevin Voyles2nd DanBSEE

Chris Vierck2nd DanMS

Sherwin Mena2nd DanBS

Renee Prenitzer2nd DanBSBA

Nancy D. Higgins 1st DanMA

Christopher McMorrow1st DanBSCS

Jeffrey L. Anker1st DanBA

Tod Kington1st DanBFA

Daniel Romano1st DanBA

Mehrzad Emad1st DanPhD

Ingrid Leuchtenmueller1st DanBSCE

Jack Pierce1st DanBSEE

Zoran Milosevich1st DanMS

Kelly Goodwin1st DanMS

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