Lt. Colonel Gunter Chassé
Lt. Colonel Gunter Chassé (Ret.) is a career officer who served with the German Air Force, holding command positions in the Integrated NATO Air Defense. He also served in Home Defense, with territorial responsibilities based on his specialized military training in air defense weapon systems. He was decorated with the Honorary Cross of the German Armed Forces in Gold.
Colonel Chassé has traveled widely in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand to promote the Brain-Based Approach to Peace and its proven, field-tested technology for the prevention of war and for achieving national security. He is founder and director of the Institute of Invincible Defense in Germany and has authored many published articles on this approach, also known in military circles as the Invincible Defense Technology.
Col. Chassé is Vice-President of Military Science in the
Global Union of Scientists for Peace.