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Dr. David Leffler, a United States Air Force veteran, is the Executive Director of the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS). David served as an Associate of the Proteus Management Group at the Center for Strategic Leadership, US Army War College and is a member of the U.S. Naval Institute. Dr. Leffler teaches Invincible Defense Technology and is available at: http://www.StrongMilitary.org.
Saturday, May 31, 2014(2 comments)
Preventing Future Boko Haram Attacks
Violence & conflict plagued mankind throughout history. Boko Haram's attacks are a current manifestation. How can Nigeria protect itself from future attacks? The best way to guard against terrorist threats is to have no enemies. No enemies = no terrorism! An effective approach called Invincible Defence Technology could help Nigeria's military create lasting peace by preventing enemies from arising.
Monday, March 24, 2014(5 comments)
A New Proven Way to Create Peace in Ukraine
Tensions rise as Russia intervenes in Crimea. World leaders search for ways to prevent tensions from further escalating. What can be done to find a peaceful solution to this serious crisis? Countries around the world have shown growing interest in a novel, but scientifically verified, militarily field-tested approach to reducing turmoil. Among military circles worldwide this approach is known as Invincible Defense Technology.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012(1 comments)
Reducing Tension in the Middle East
History shows that political resolutions cannot be achieved while tensions remain high. Deep-rooted ethnic and national stresses embedded in the collective consciousness are at the basis of the Israel and Hamas conflict, as in all other conflicts worldwide. Unless these stresses are rooted out, destruction and killing will continue, as they have for millennia. Now there is hope because a proven peace technology is available.
Saturday, October 1, 2011(2 comments)
Combating Stress in Police Work and Preventing Crime, Terrorism, and War
""in a very dangerous part of New York City. While walking in an alley, they were ambushed. A shot rang out, and his partner fell wounded to the ground. This officer drew his revolver and quickly shot five assassins, killing four and disabling the fifth"if it were not for his regular TM practice, he would have been killed. Despite the overwhelming odds"the policeman said he was able to maintain his composure under fire..."
Friday, September 9, 2011(9 comments)
A 'New Idea': Application of Vedic Defence Technology in Peacekeeping Missions
Since the Nepalese Army began United Nations (UN) peacekeeping missions, troops have followed some Vedic traditions in operational areas. However, there has been no widespread application of Vedic Defence Technology (VDT) in peacekeeping missions to create social coherence. Since the goal of VDT matches the goal of UN missions to achieve sustainable peace in the world, the authors urge UN leaders to support its implementation
Thursday, July 21, 2011(10 comments)
The Best Way to Fight Terrorism
Violence and conflict have plagued mankind throughout history, and the terrorist attacks in India's financial capital of Mumbai are their most recent manifestation. How can we protect from these dangers? Ideally, the best way to guard against terrorist threats would be to have no enemies. No enemies = no terrorism! An unusual approach called Invincible Defence Technology helps militaries by preventing enemies from arising
Wednesday, March 23, 2011(9 comments)
This article offers a scientifically verified time-tested solution to help our military personnel, veterans and their families.
In a new pilot study (under review), Iraq and Afghanistan veterans experienced a 50% drop in PTSD symptoms by the fourth week of TM practice, and greater improvements by two months and three months. This study is summarized in the new book The Resilient Warrior: Healing the Hidden Wounds of War.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010(5 comments)
Learn from Latin America: How to End Tensions with North Korea
Due to the Cheonan sinking, tensions rise again between South and North Korea. Technically at war since the 1953 ceasefire, their long-term struggle is a "cold civil war" with periodic "hot flashes." Protracted "civil wars" in Latin American countries followed similar patterns. However, the latter situation is changing, and both Koreas could learn from Latin American countries who are implementing Invincible Defense Technology
Tuesday, March 30, 2010(2 comments)
Military Application of Transcendental Meditation Gaining Acceptance
A leading scientific journal in Pakistan, The Journal of Management & Social Science, recently published a paper titled "A New Role for the Military: Preventing Enemies from Arising-Reviving an Ancient Approach to Peace," indicating that the military application of the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique has merit. It discusses how militaries worldwide could use TM and its advanced practices to prevent war and terrorism.
Saturday, January 2, 2010 Beyond Nuclear Deterrence: A Complementary Protective Approach for Israel
"The time has come to adopt new ways of thinking. No more fiery declarations and empty threats, but rather a carefully weighed policy grounded in sound strategy. Ultimately, in an era of a multi-nuclear Middle East, all sides will have a clear interest to lower tension and not to increase it." - Reuven Pedatzur, Tel Aviv Univ. Scientifically-verified & military field-tested means to reduce collective social stress is described
Friday, December 18, 2009(2 comments)
Transcendental Meditation Could Help Veterans Administration
The US military and Veterans Administration could greatly reduce our returning warriors' stress-related problems including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - and save money - by prescribing the scientifically-validated Transcendental Meditation (TM) program.
Wednesday, December 16, 2009(2 comments)
Taking The Men Who Stare at Goats Seriously
I enjoyed the movie The Men Who Stare at Goats for what it was, a satirical look at the US military's attempt to develop their warriors' full potential. "Paranormal" & "supernatural" are loaded terms carrying negative connotations. Scientists hesitate to profess interest in this realm. Since I am associated with one of the real-life characters, I discuss the real-life military applications of Invincible Defense Technology
Wednesday, December 16, 2009(2 comments)
Peace for Uganda? Yes, Says Science on the Maharishi Effect
For over 20 years, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and his military have tried and failed to eliminate violent extremism. Conventional approaches to national defense can no longer guarantee peace and security, and a new approach is crucial. A proven new defense technology called Invincible Defense Technology (IDT), could be easily applied, is cost-effective, and prevents disruption and attack from within or outside a country.