Today is the 70th anniversary of WWII. Please take a moment to honor the men and women who have served our country, and those who still serve our country in the armed forces. This is a wonderful BBC story about my client, retired Captain Jerry Yellin, who had the unique distinction to fly the final combat mission of WWII. On that mission, his wing-man Phillip Schlamberg was the last man killed in a combat mission in WWII.??

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Jerry spreading of the ashes of his wife, Helene, in a Japanese temple. They were married for 65 years and have 4 sons and five grandchildren.

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