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PTSD is a grave for a living human being

Luke Jensen had no idea what to do until he met Captain Jerry Yellin, a 91-year old World War II veteran. Yellin had been there and done that since the end of the war in 1945. ‪#‎PTSD‬ ‪#‎WWIIVet‬ http://www.examiner.com/article/ptsd-is-a-grave-for-a-living-human-being

Award winning author, Jerry Yellin, joins fellow veterans on Honor Flight

Award-winning author joins fellow veterans on Honor Flight Yellin is the author of four books; a spokesman for Spirit of ’45, an organization that celebrates the WWII generation; and an advocate for aiding veterans who suffer post-traumatic stress disorder. “I hardly could ever go up in a building, a 10-story, 12-story building, without standing by […]


Honor Flight includes Jerry Yellin, pilot of final WWII mission

Wednesday’s trip was Yellin’s first Honor Flight to visit memorials in Washington, D.C., although the resident of Fairfield, Iowa, had seen them several times before. The group departed from the Air National Guard’s 122nd Fighter Wing and Fort Wayne International Airport, which began its life as a military air base during WWII. Please click the link […]

Captain Jerry Yellin : The National Press Club

Captain Jerry Yellin gave the luncheon speech in the McClendon Room of The National Press Club on Thursday, September 17th. Jerry spoke about war, peace, and healing.  The event was hosted by Ken Dalecki, Commander of the National Press Club’s American Legion Post 20. After his inspiring speech, Captain Yellin took some time with Commander Ken Dalecki, and […]