"TERROR IN FRANKFURT is a page-turning and inspiring memoir of terror, courage, and redemption that deserves a front row seat on any bookshelf. This historical true account is about heroes. Real heroes. Not just ones who are paid millions to hit home runs, but those who are fighting the Taliban and other terrorists and have sacrificed all to serve with humility and honor.” –Malcolm Boyes, former Producer of Entertainment Tonight
Through the open door of the U.S. Air Force bus, Staff Sergeant Trevor Brewer heard yelling followed by two short pops. He at first thought it was a car backfiring. A dark man with angry eyes ran onto the bus, pointed his gun, and shot the driver in the head. The terrorist yelled “Allahu Akbar!” and fired several more shots. Two more airmen slumped in their seats. The unknown assailant pointed his gun at Trevor, yelled again, and squeezed the trigger…
TERROR IN FRANKFURT is the untold true story about one of the most terrifying terrorist attacks in U.S. Air Force history. For his exemplary courage under fire, Staff Sergeant Trevor Brewer received one of Germany’s highest honors—the Cross of the Order of Merit. The U.S. Air Force also awarded him one of its highest honors—the coveted Airman’s Medal.
On March 2, 2011, he and fourteen of his colleagues assigned to an Air Force military police unit came under fire from a Muslim terrorist. After killing and wounding several airmen, the terrorist fled into the airport. Trevor chased the assailant into the terminal and cornered him near a McDonalds. Trevor’s pulse quickened and his shirt fluttered with every heartbeat. Wielding a large knife, the terrorist lunged at Trevor. The knife sliced open Trevor’s shirt and scraped across his abdomen…
This riveting true account follows Trevor through his school years where he earned a black belt and later enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. Assigned to a military police unit, Trevor traveled the world, protecting military bases from terrorist attacks. After completing intelligence training and receiving orders to serve in Afghanistan, Trevor and his team were transiting from London to Frankfurt. They never imagined being attacked long before they landed in a war zone.
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