Rest in Peace Chris Kyle
I bought an autobiography book about the most lethal military sniper in US history in Dallas airport this morning. Half way through, you'll find he was an amazing patriot, soldier, father and husband.
I got home and find on the evening news he was murdered at a Texas gun range yesterday by a younger soldier who was suffering from ptsd, whom he was mentoring back to health. This guy devoted his post military career to vets.
I'm extremely upset to hear this as it seems through his book, I just met him.
Check out his book if you can. Titled "American Sniper". It's the #1 NY times best seller right now.
This is not meant to be any kind of gun control or ptsd debate, which is why it wasn't posted in too hot. Just wanted to give the pubsters a heads up on a real hero who met a tragic ending.