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American Airlines MD80 Captain
American Airlines MD80 Captain

Captain Glen pictured in the EMB-145

Thank you to Jay Piboontum & for permission to use the photo!


I spend more time working on the World Martial Arts Academy website than I do here. 
You can learn more about me below copied from my information on the WMAA website. 

Note: Due to a bad economy, the new Age 65 pilot rule, 9/11 and the TWA - American Airlines pilot seniority merger,
I am currently back to flying as First Officer for American Airlines on the MD80.


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WMAA Webmaster

About The WMAA Webmaster

Webmaster Glen R. Morris 3rd Degree Black Belt
Glen R. Morris
3rd Degree Black Belt

Captain Glen R. Morris American Airlines - TWA
MD80 Captain Glen R. Morris
American Airlines - TWA


Welcome to the World Martial Arts Web Site,

I hope you have enjoyed learning a little more about Taekwondo and the World Martial Arts Academy.  I have been studying Taekwondo at WMAA since 1992 and I am currently a 3rd Degree Black Belt.

I am an Air Line Pilot by trade but I have always had a passion for Taekwondo and Computers.  I decided to combine my two passions, so I started developing the World Martial Arts Academy web site as a tribute to Taekwondo, my martial arts school and my instructors.

I would like to express my thanks to Grand Master Young Chul Rho and Master Brett Rigdon for all the time they have spent with me as I develop my Taekwondo skills!  The have been ideal mentors and they continue to live their life teaching and passing along their Taekwondo skills to others.

I think Taekwondo makes you a better person, both physically and mentally!  It is never too late to start studying Taekwondo and I highly recommend World Martial Arts Academy.  They care about each student and the instructors devote many hours of their life to giving each student the individual attention that they need to improve their Taekwondo skills.

Glen R. Morris


Master Rigdon presenting Glen with 
the Distinguished Excellence award


Autograph Signing Glen is pictured here (center) for an autograph signing by Master Rigdon (left) and Grand Master Young Chul Rho (right) for their cover and featured articles in the December 1995 issue of Tae Kwon Do Times.
I am used to wearing uniforms, whether it is a Do Bok or the one below.  When I'm not playing webmaster, I earn my living flying as an Air Line Pilot flying First Officer on a MD80 for American Airlines.  Below are pictures of me in the McDonnell Douglas MD80 aircraft when I few Captain for TWA & American Airlines

Cruising at 35,000 feet somewhere over America on a sunny day

On the ground At Denver, CO next to the new 
combined American Airlines - TWA paint job.


Mr. Glen Morris Black Belt

3rd Degree Black Belt

  • 13 Years Training Experience

  • WMAA Webmaster

  • Outstanding Black Belt, Distinguished Excellence, Outstanding Leadership, Special Recognition award recipient

  • American Airlines Pilot

  • Other Interests: Computers, Golf, Aviation, and Motorcycles

Mr. Glen Morris

Visit the World Martial Arts Academy Website to learn more about Taekwondo!


When I'm not flying or teaching Taekwondo, you can either find me sitting on my motorcycle or behind my computer.  I have a 2002 Candy Red Honda VTX Retro.  It has a V-twin engine that is 1800cc's or 1.8 Liters.  This is the same size engine as a Toyota Corolla and considering my motorcycle only weighs 750 lbs, it goes like a scalded dog! If you want to learn more about the Honda VTX, you can visit the Honda VTX owners website.

There is no better way to relax and forget about the day's problems than getting out on a nice day and cruising down some twisty road.  There is a saying that "you meet the nicest people on motorcycles" and I have found that to be true.

My favorite motorcycle trip is the times I have spent a week riding in the Smoky Mountains while attending the Honda Hoot which is held each year in Knoxville, TN.  The highlight of the trip is "Riding the Dragon" located on Highway 129 which is also called Deal's Gap

The Dragon has 318 curves in 11 miles!  There is no bigger rush than "turning and burning" down the Dragon with your foot pegs dragging on the pavement because the turns are so sharp! There are so many curves that you are constantly turning for 11 miles!  You can see a map here and learn much more about it at the Tail of the Dragon website.



I took eight months to go back to school at New Horizons Computer Learning Center after getting furloughed from American Airlines.  I enjoyed attending professional computer training to improve my computer knowledge to a professional level.  In those eight months, I earned my A+, Network+ and Security+ certification from CompTIA and my MCSA certification from Microsoft on Windows 2000.





Click here to view the Kuryakyn ISO Grips Honda VTX Install Advice

Click here to view the "Class of 1984" 25 Year Reunion Pictures

Click here to view the "Class of 1984" 20 Year Reunion Pictures

Click here to view the GXRA Motorcycle Pictures

Click here to view the CMSU Aviation Reunion Pictures


Lazer Photography

View the Online Photography exhibit and Portfolio of Terry Anderson



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