Update Post WHACK
After unboxing the Dragon Board, I promptly began to plug it into an HDMI display setup I created using an old LCD TV, USB Dell keyboard, and USB Dell mouse. The Android OS that runs natively on the board began to display successfully after a few minutes. After setting up the device, I proceeded to power it off and re-orient the boot switches on the back of the Dragon board from 0-0-0-0 to 0-1-0-0 so I could boot an OS from micro USB. I was successfully able to mount an Ubuntu 16 core onto a micro USB and create and succesfully flash an Ubuntu core to my board.