This is the preliminary list of links which I have used to build the chart so far.
General threads for information:
GM Name: Choi Hong Hi
year formed: 1966
Influences: Taek kyon, Shotokan
USTF mentioned as ITF breakaway
Also mentions the 3 ITF factions that formed after choi hong hi's death
United States Taekwondo Foundation USTF –GM Scott McNeely
United Taekwondo Federation UTF – Master Dennis Thompson
GM name: Lee, Haeng Ung || Kang
US branch of ITF in the late 1960's
According to: http://www.ataforums.com/index.php?showtopic=2270
Lee was Chung Do Kwan originally.
In one of his books he is non-specific as to where he trained, but states that it was in an old church with pot-holes in the floor that were covered in plywood. so I am not sure of his Chung Do Kwan lineage based on what I have found. I will put up a post on ATAforums so that they can link me to the thread that shows his lineage back to Chung Do Kwan.
Global Taekwondo Federation-Park Jung Tae
Choong-Sil Taekwondo Federation (CTF)
Apparently this style came from the ATA, but the GM claims ITF rank, so I am putting his organization under both in the chart. I think they also use Chang-hon forms, though not the sine wave tuls of the ITF.
CTF-(Chin mu kwan taekwondo federation)
GM name: Kang, Yon Ho
student of Choi Hong Hi?
Not sure where his rank came from.
GM name: Bert Kollars, Craig Kollars, Art Monroe
USTA (united states taekwondo association)
GM name: Richard Chun
WTF branch- USA?
Taekwondo: Spirit and Practice Beyond Self-Defense, Chun, R. (2002)
U.S. Olympic TKD org.
International Taekwondo Council- ITC (defunct)- ATA breakaway.
Wade Jack Corrie, Wade Vierra, Mike Ajay.
In this case my instructor was there. In fact my TKD brown belt is under ITC. I will be calling my old instructor and asking him some specifics just to confirm. But I remember coming in to class one day and being told that I was going to have to learn all new forms.
tkd link foundation of modern tkd:
***Song Moo Kwan:
jong soo park
GM name He Il Cho
No link yet, but there is a great video
GM Kim Dae Sung