Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Gunter Chassé
Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Gunter Chassé, German Air Force
Lieutenant Colonel Gunter Chassé (Retired)-decorated with the Honourary Cross of the Bundeswehr in Gold-began his military career in 1969 by completing officer training at the German Air Force Officers' School in Munich.
LTC Chassé's specialized military training includes courses on Air Defence Weapon Systems at the German Air Force
Air Defence School and the US Army Air Defence School
, both in Fort Bliss, Texas, USA.
He served in the German Air Force mainly in the Integrated NATO-Air Defence, alternately in commanding and staff positions.
From 1992 to his
retirement in 1997, he
was employed in Home Defence with territorial tasks.
As career officer, he soon realized that in the age of weapons of mass destruction and terrorism, diplomacy and military engagements are not able to really protect a nation.
therefore was looking for alternative means of defence to ensure the security of his
In Invincible Defence Technology, LTC Chassé found the possibility to avert the danger of war even before it arises.
The Bundeswehr is neither trained nor equipped to achieve this.
In the last ten years of his
active duty, he
was attempted to convince all relevant political and military levels that only with Vedic Defence could Germany be secure and invincible.
retirement, LTC Chassé founded the "Vedic Peace Corps
" (recently renamed the "Maharishi World Peace Trust").
He is also founder and director of the "Institute of Invincible Defence," Hannover, Germany.
LTC Chassé is a teacher of the Transcendental Meditation program and has traveled in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand lecturing about Maharishi's Invincible Defense Technology
is author of an alternative white paper On the New Security and Defence Policy of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Future of the Bundeswehr: Indomitable Strength through a PREVENTION WING of the Military.
The Sri Lanka Guardian
published an exclusive interview with him in April 2009 titled 'Yogic Flyers' can keep Lanka united, says German veteran.
LTC Chassé has coauthored articles published in Frontier India World Affairs
, The Colombo Times
, Sri Lanka News First
and the Network
of Spiritual Progressives about Invincible Defense Technology
(IDT) as a means to prevent the implementation of IEDs. [IED - Improvised Explosive Devices] He
has been invited to speak on this topic at the "Countering IEDs Europe" conference in the Berlin, Germany.