Dr. David Leffler, the Executive Director at the Center for Advanced Military Science (CAMS), and Jerry Yellin, co-director of Operation Warrior Wellness, were interviewed on the program Radio Health Journal by host Reed Pence on the topic “Treating and Preventing PTSD in the Armed Forces.” The show was syndicated to 440 of America’s radio stations. Click to listen to the radio show.
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Clarification: During a segment of the program Dr. David Leffler was introduced as being “formerly of the Army War College.” Dr. Leffler was an Associate of the Proteus Management Group, a think-tank project since eliminated due to budget constraints, at the Center for Strategic Leadership, US Army War College. In this consultant capacity Dr. Leffler published on the topic of Invincible Defense Technology (e.g., “An Overlooked, Proven Solution to Terrorism” that appears in “55 Trends Now Shaping the Future of Terrorism”). Dr. Leffler was honored to serve the US Army War College in this capacity.