How to be an American hero with Paul Greene
By Paul Greene National Geographic magazine is proud to present a feature article by Paul Greene, who teaches martial arts at The Martial Arts School of America in Los Angeles, California.
The article, titled “The Role of the Self,” provides insight into how Paul Greene can be an asset to your own life, whether you are in training or in your professional life.
You can view the article below.
Paul Greene is a former US Army Ranger who is the founder and CEO of The Martial Art School of New York, a world-class martial arts academy and training center in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of New Jersey.
In 2018, Greene was inducted into the National Boxing Hall of Fame.
In 2017, he was awarded a prestigious Bronze Star Medal for Valor, the highest honor given to the recipient of the Medal of Honor.
Greene has taught martial arts for more than twenty-five years, including the World War II veteran’s service in the U.S. Army.
He is the author of three books, including, “Bare Knuckles, Bare Fist,” which was named one of the Top 10 Military Combat Books of the 20th Century.
Greene is a New York Times Best Selling author, the founder of The Ultimate Fighter, and a world class martial arts instructor and writer.
He has been featured in television and movies such as, “Killer Klowns,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “American Gods,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Deadliest Catch,” “Archer,” “Black Hawk Down,” “House of Cards,” “Nashville,” “Breaking Bad,” “Star Trek,” “Catch and Release,” “Downton Abbey,” “Game of Thrones,” “Treme,” “Dexter,” “Stranger Things,” “Supernatural,” “Empire,” “Scandal,” “Battlestar Galactica,” “True Blood,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “NCIS,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Killing Lincoln,” “Westworld,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “UnREAL,” “Rescue Me,” “Vinyl,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Blue Bloods,” and “The Walking Dead.”
He is a recipient of numerous awards including the Order of the White Eagle from the United Nations.
He was also the recipient, in 2018, of the George P. Wise Award from the American Martial Arts Association.
He serves as the president of the New York State Martial Arts Society.
In 2018, the Martial Arts Academy of New England was named a SuperHero Award recipient by the Association of Martial Arts Teachers.
It is also recognized by the National Center for the Study of Sport, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the World Federation of Martial Artists, the New Jersey Martial Arts and Combat Sports Alliance, and the New England Martial Arts Council.
He currently teaches martial art at The New York University School of Art, where he teaches students how to be a champion in the martial arts.
In addition to his teaching and training, Greene is an avid hunter, avid outdoorsman, and avid martial artist.
Greenes life is filled with adventure, adventure, and adventure.
He loves to run, bike, hike, sail, hunt, swim, and to have adventures in every facet of his life.
Paul Greene is known as an absolute legend.
He can be seen in the award winning film, “The Fighter,” as a man of many talents.
In the award-winning film, he portrays an aspiring fighter with the character of John Travolta.
The film won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
In “The Master,” he plays a veteran of World War I who has survived the war in Korea.
He also stars as a veteran in the film, as a former Marine in the Vietnam War.
In 2007, Paul Greene was named to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Hall of Honor for his contributions to the motion picture industry.
In 2017, The Martial Artist’s Association (MAA) honored him as the best martial artist of 2017.
In 2016, The New England Academy of Martial arts named him one of its Top 100 Greatest Martial Artists of All Time.
Greene’s award-nominated performance in “American Graffiti” was named Best Performance in a Motion Picture.
In 2015, he received the John F. Kennedy Presidential Medal of Freedom for his service to the United States in the war on terrorism.
In 2014, The American Academy Of Martial Arts named him the “Most Influential Instructor of the Millennium.”
In 2013, he earned the Robert De Niro Memorial Medal for his role as the “America’s Most Wanted Fugitive.”
In 2013, Greene won a National Medal of Arts, the most prestigious award given to an American citizen.
In 2012, The United States Government awarded Greene the Presidential Medal for Public Service.
In 2011, Greene received the Distinguished Service Cross for his efforts to raise awareness about