Operation Vet Sail: Helping Military Vets With PTSD Heal
For some veterans, it's tough to focus on anything but the horrible images and bad thoughts, even for just an hour or two. But a program called Operation Vet Sail is trying to change that. Kim Johnson went along to see the healing process firsthand on Lake Minnetonka. (3:20) WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019

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Operation Vet Sail: Helping Military Vets With PTSD HealFor some veterans, it's tough to focus on anything but the horrible images and bad thoughts, even for just an hour or two. But a program called Operation Vet Sail is trying to change that. Kim Johnson went along to see the healing process firsthand on Lake Minnetonka. (3:20) WCCO This Morning – May 21, 2019
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