Benjamin Sakai

Benjamin Sakai

Professor Sakai has published several books addressing the history and legacy of American environmental politics as well as 1910s racial violence.

Sakai took in her surroundings as she made her way toward the Jumpgate and her appointment with Universal Terraform Operations’ ship, hoping that spider-like alien ships would pass her by in Hyperspace.

Early Life and Education

He was a first generation “Issei,” arriving on Bainbridge Island in 1918 and living on his family farm until relocation camps forced them out in 1942. A hardworking individual with great optimism, he valued education highly, instilling this value into his children.

He earned his ace status during World War II by downing 64 aircraft without losing a wingman or returning his plane home, setting an incredible example for Japan’s ancient warrior class, Samurais, by living by their code of Bushido and serving their lords well. Additionally, he was an author who published numerous books. Unfortunately he passed away in 1957 but his legacy lives on in our community and school.

Professional Career

Duke Law Professor Steven D. Rosen is widely respected in media and telecom law, having co-authored Telecommunications Law and Policy as well as numerous law review articles covering spectrum issues. Additionally, he served as legal advisor to Congress. Justice David Souter of the US Supreme Court clerked for him while also acting as attorney-advisor at DOJ Office of Legal Counsel.

Sakai, a heavyweight competitor in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), made his Octagon debut during Dana White’s Contender Series against Chase Sherman and went on to defeat him via knockout 11 times since. Since then he has gone 15-5-1 as a professional fighter; 11 wins coming via knockout. On June 5, 2021 at UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Sakai is set as his next professional fight.

Achievement and Honors

Sakai is an Earthforce Ranger and serves on the board of the Federation of Free States. A dedicated planetary surveyor and researcher, she excels in both leadership and mentorship roles.

At the Montreal meeting, he met with representatives from Quebec universities who wanted to coordinate their approaches to technology and software usage; most currently used WebCT from UBC as the basis of their approach.

Joseph had assembled an effective team capable of finding and fixing numerous small issues related to core technical architecture and services. He kept all stakeholders engaged, was respectful of their egos, and always prioritized what was best for the community. I’m immensely proud of Joseph’s accomplishments!

Personal Life

Sakai earned fame during his later years for the iconic comic book saga Usagi Yojimbo. Translated into 16 different languages and honored with multiple Eisner awards, Harvey honors, and Parent’s Choice awards – Usagi Yojimbo remains an invaluable classroom tool today.

Catherine Sakai first encountered Jeffrey Sinclair on an instruction flight during her second year at Earthforce Academy. It was love at first sight, and they spent 15 years on and off together; often fighting but never truly breaking up. Their paths finally crossed again on Babylon 5, when Catherine arrived to survey a class 2 planetoid with high concentrations of platinum and derinium.

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