EPISODE 22

WarnINGS UNHEEDED:
tWIN TRAGEDIES AT FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE

Jul 31, 2018 | Podcast | 0 comments

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We interviewed Andy Brown, the author of Warnings Unheeded, to discuss his role in stopping an active shooter with an AK47 by shooting him in the head from 68 yards away with his pistol. We cover the things that he credits with his success that day including dry fire practice, mental rehearsals, and personal responsibility, as well as the pre-attack indicators that several people observed before the attack. We also discuss a notorious B-52 crash that happened in preparation for an airshow at Fairchild shortly after. This is one you won’t want to miss.

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