Veterans for Peace Radio Hour

About Bob Funke

Contrary to popular belief, I am actually a relatively humble person.

I served in the US Army, received several medals, citations for valor, and am proud to have made it to Medical Platoon Sergeant.

I am no one special, just an old GI who has that bond with all others who served in uniform. I love my fellow veterans and belong to Chapter 9, Smedley Butler Bde of Veterans For Peace. We work for the abolishment of all war, and are a dedicated part of the National Organization of VFP.

On these pages, you will find various aspects of war and how we can accomplish Peace. I welcome all comments, but as stated originally, I will adhere to the VFP Mission Statement. If you come here to fight, you’ve found the wrong site, we may disagree, but I will not tolerate violence or attacks on this site. We may speak of war and it’s consequences, the horror, but I ask that people keep it civil, (at least as civilly as war can be discussed) .

I suppose I could add a lot more, I’ve been through hell and came back to try to keep others from getting near that gate. Stay safe, press for Peace, be well.

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