Barrie North changed the description of the group wwmaa.org from "A group to talk about the website at wwmaa.org and share feedback with the organization." to "A group to talk about the website at wwmaa.org and share feedback with the organization. Phase 2 of the website, an interactive member and club database is in the works." 4 years, 5 months ago
Hi Kenneth and Billy,
You are both spot on, we are hard at work on phase 2 of the new site which will be all the information about member ranks, promotions, certificates etc. A full and interactive member/club database. The transition after O’Sensi passed lead to quite a few gaps in the records.
I see that. It is much nicer (and more professional) than the old one, you know? I look forward to seeing what other changes you gentlemen bring about. I believe the USMAA will go farther with this kind of guidance and leadership.
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The United States Martial Arts Association (USMAA) was created by Philip Porter in 1995. O-Sensei Porter continued to be the cornerstone of the association until August, 2011. The USMAA continues in the same spirit as outlined by O-Sensei Porter. The leaders of the association are dedicated martial artists who have incorporated the principles of Budo into their lives. The association is accepting of all martial arts styles, advocates fair and equitable ranks, and continues to provide the best training and leadership available. The association is a non-profit corporation.
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