Grey Otter, a half Cherokee man also known as Skeeter Vaughan, the legendary knife and tomahawk thrower, devised a tomahawk fighting system during World War Two. This book provides an overview of his hawk system as well as discusses his background. It also offers a look at several other Warriors, some who also fought against the Axis powers.
The Otter and His Hawk explores the martial applications of the tomahawk that persisted well beyond the frontier era — but most importantly it tells stories that should never be forgotten, honoring brave men who brought their heritage and the capabilities it graced them with to bear to serve this nation when the chips were down.
I like to think that, in some Frontier Partisan Valhalla, Grey Otter is well pleased.