this is reality. I’m an Air Force vet, I get it. I know what happened overseas during my deployment and I have been fortunate to serve alongside some truly great and selfless heroes. And I was read for the book by a retired Air Force Sergeant who also served on his deployment. So the two of us – we are not the target audience of the book. Schultz did not speak to us. The stories told in the book, however, still make sense to me.
The stories told by Schultz are recent. They recount bravery and heroism in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are surprising lately. I served in Baghdad in 2006-2007 and for some reason my brain stopped working after that time. I switched to law school and a career as a lawyer. And here we are, eight years later, and in many ways it still feels like home. And then I read these stories, about veterans who came home in 2012, 2013 and it was as if I had never left, but I was also very far away from them.
The part of the book that I find truly enlightening is in the second half. The story of veterans working in Team Rubicon and TAPS who are helping veterans, their families and disaster victims in the United States. And it wakes me up to all the good things I do every day. Veterans have a lot to offer, as well as a lot of training and experience to share. It was the first job I got during law school, fresh out of the Air Force, where the hiring manager at the law firm told me that if I was scheduled to work February 10 on a certain day, I should go there. from 10-2. This makes no sense to me. Of course if I am scheduled to work on February 10th I will show up. Of course I will work those hours. But this is not the Air Force, and people don’t always see their job as a service.
There are many wonderful lessons and stories in these paintings. But I don’t know who other than war lovers and deeply patriotic people would choose this book but me and my veterans. No need to tell us how great some people have served. We already know.
Perhaps if you haven’t already served, make it your goal to read this for Veterans Day, Memorial Day, or July 4th. Make it a patriotic thing you do this year
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