From the military policeman who ended the killing spree... a true story of mass murder and aviation disaster.
On 20 June 1994, a disturbed airman shot his mental-health doctors before opening fire on the patrons and staff of an Air Force hospital. Four days later, a B-52 bomber crashed while performing air-show maneuvers, killing her crew and a pilot who was known for his reckless flying.
As a young patrolman, Andy Brown was hailed as a hero for ending the active-shooter's killing spree. Haunted by the lives he was unable to save, the former criminal investigator struggled to make sense of the violence and disaster. After years of research, Brown tells the story of two fatal tragedies that occurred suddenly... but not without warning. This compelling historical narrative gives a voice to the ordinary men and women who witnessed the extraordinary tragedies unfold and reveals the leadership culture that allowed two men to travel unchecked on a path toward destruction.
Find out why people are saying Warnings Unheeded is the best nonfiction story they've seen in years. Read this page-turning true story of mental illness, mass murder, and military aviation disaster.
*** Contains more than 70 non-graphic photographs and images ***
"A highly readable book ... from a unique source. Recommended for a wide audience." -Ron Franscell, Best Selling True-Crime Author of Delivered From Evil