Grandmaster Hogan honored by
the Alkebu-lan Martial Arts Federation’s
“Salute to the Masters”,
June 13, 2008

Grandmaster Hogan Awarded 10th Dan, June 23, 2007

Presented and certified by
Great Grandfather Si-Tai-Gung
George Calhoun
Grandmaster Dave Zacker
Grandmaster Richard Plowden
Grandmaster Marshall Bey
Grandmaster Danny Dixson
Grandmaster Delford Fort
Grandmaster Tony Knight, Sr.
Grand Si-Fu Rock Monroe
Grandmaster Dereck Batton
Grandmaster Larry Green
Grandmaster Kajana Cetawayo
Mfudishi Marvis Cofield
Mfudishi Kilindi
Grandmaster Tony Goddard
Master Duane Pitcher
Master Kevin Bolden
Master Jaye Spiro
Sifusi Andre Hightower
Sifu Sean Hogan

6th Degree Black Belt Awarded,
presented by David J. Praim,
April 1, 2004

KI of Michigan Board of Directors
Executive Board, 2004

Karate Institute Lifetime Achievement Award, 2003
34th Annual Karate Institute Awards
KI Reunion and National Weekend
honoring Grandmaster
AlGene Caraulia, Cleveland, Ohio

Gold Belt KI Award
Recipient of Grandmaster David
J. Praim’s coveted Gold Belt KI
Award. Only twelve in existence.

Michigan Karate Hall of Fame, 1992
Alkebu-lan Martial Arts Federation

Master Instructor, 1980
American Moo Duk Kwan
Tang Soo Do Association under
Grandmaster Jae Joon Kim

Appreciation Award from Master Bob White for services performed as a Medical Director
Okinawan Karate Association, Detroit

Dragon’s Eight – Pal Yooung
Fighting Society Established, 1980

Superfighter of the Year, 1979
Alkebu-lan Martial Arts Federation

Outstanding Citizen Award, 1979
City of Detroit

U. S. Tae Kwon Do
Ji Do Kwan Assoc.
Team Fighting, 1974

Reserve Champion, 1974
Open Karate Tournament
Michigan State University

Sportsmanship Award
Moo Duk Kwan Federation
Given by Master Lynn Jackson
Lorraine, Ohio

Over 125 medals, plaques & trophies received for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards while competing with the Michigan Karate Institute from 1972-1980

First Karate Instructor
4-H Clubs of Michigan, 1970

Top Competitor and Instructor in Michigan. Selected among 39 of his peers.

Air Medical Evacuation Technician, Medical Flight Instructor and later Medical Flight Examiner, USAF, 1966 Provided medical assistance and instruction on international flights evacuating injured personnel enroute to the U. S. from Vietnam.

First African- American to be accepted and trained as an Air Rescue Medical Technician in the Air Rescue detachment, USAF, Harmon Air Force Base, Stephenville, Newfoundland, Canada, 1965