Book Review: An Airman's Convictions by Joshua L Hudgins
categories: Book, Military, Airman, Blue, Fly, Jail, Poetry, Black, Texas, C-130, Airplane, Abilene, Air Force
Joshua L Hudgins about this book: This book is a true story about my life in the Air Force and what they did to be after I became 100% disabled. It takes you through the twists and turns of what I had to endure while in the Air Force. This story is all tied together perfectly through poetry that let's you inside my head and you are able to sew where I was mentally and emotional through the many twists and turns in this story. It is all based on the actually events that took place at Dyess AFB, TX. So follow me and witness the darkside of the Air Force and how it ultimately changed the course of my life. It shows the unjustly treatment and it showdown how they really treat their service members especially of you are injured or become medically disabled. This story tales you from the beginning to the crazy end. Enjoy the ride and follow my life through poetry.
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Let's just read the book to find out the truth
I haven't read his book yet, but I think I will buy his book so I can see what they did to him, he has to be telling the truth cause no one will write a book to expose anyone unless it really happened and he's angry and wants this evil people to pay for what they did, one way or another. I don't believe buying his book will be him stealing my money. He probably needs the money if he's disabled. Let's help him! There's a agency called "disabled veterans" why did they open up a place like this, cause a lot of veterans are now disabled and the government is not helping them like they should. I don't know if I believe everything he is saying, I mean, if he is disabled why is he not in a wheelchair? He is standing up like there's nothing wrong with him. So Joshua are you really disabled? I hear you saying "read my book". Thank you Joshua. [by Linda]