American Eagle Style self Defense Volume one DVD The American Eagle Cane System is a traditional martial art style for men and women of all ages that uses a walking cane as a tool for personal safety, self-development, and personal fulfillment. The style was founded by Master Clifford C. Crandall, Jr., Master Eric Stalloch, and Master Lynn Jessee. The cane has been a tool for personal development and self-defense for hundreds of years and it is well documented in styles from Japan, Korea, China, England, Eygypt, the Phillipines, and others. The American Eagle Cane System includes 8 colored belt levels and degrees of black belt. One if its core aspects is katas, including Basic Cane Kata, Reflections 1-5, Autumn Wind, Natural Walk, Valley, Briar Patch, Old Man with a Cane, and others. It also includes the areas of philosophy, self-defense, “sparring” (through a drill-format training exercise), basic forms, breaking, and more. It is a well-rounded and balanced style, allowing adults a truly fulfilling training process. More about the style will be posted here in the future.