In all humility I wanted to thank the people who allowed me to discover Krav Maga and made me want to teach it.

To Richard for his simplicity, his humor and of course his undeniable efficiency. It shows that we can teach a discipline as formidable as Krav Maga without sinking into a bad-tempered paranoid but, on the contrary, by establishing a very great conviviality...

To my "big brother" Gilles from Strasbourg who helped me to complete my training and often regales me with his subtle and ... Alsatian jokes at the same time.

To Steve from Lyon for his often invaluable help and his ... quirky humor. To the many FEKM-RD instructors that I had the pleasure of meeting and who, for a good number, have become friends, even for some friends, they will recognize each other ... If some people have made me want to teach Krav Maga, others are helping me ...

To Carlo and Salva (our treasurer) without whom this club would probably never have opened its doors, thank you for believing in me and in the discipline that I have the great honor to represent.

To Claude who also accompanied us in all the administrative procedures and who follows us from Cattenom (Krav Maga Moselle) to Luxembourg, his pretty native country, to take his first steps as a sports assistant and secretary at the administrative level.

To my assistants: Claude, Nico, Carlo, Jean-Nicolas and Pierre who are all ready to volunteer their skills at the service of the club solely for our common passion: that of Krav Maga.

To the members of the FLAM Steering Committee who have shown great openness in accepting Krav Maga as a new martial art within their federation, thus proving that tradition and modernism can go hand in hand.

To the city of Luxembourg for allowing us access to its very good (what am I saying, excellent) quality infrastructure.

President, Yannick FEDERKEIL.