On April 20, a 22-year-old man with a history of violence walked into a bookstore in Wichita Falls, Texas, and started shooting. He wounded four women, then drove to a bar and killed an employee outside before he drove home and took his own life.
This tragedy sounds like so many we hear about on the news each and every night. We’ve almost become desensitized to the horror and emotional aftermath, but this type of violence is something we cannot ignore – especially this event in Wichita Falls. You see, this time it wasn’t just a news headline. It was an event that touched our Air Force family directly.