Here is a link to this interview.
Here is one link where you can find out. I’ll content myself with a few small quotes. Emphasis mine, as always.
The New Mexico native graduated university with degrees in biology and agribusiness before joining the US Navy.
Biology is a tough subject. I know. I got Grade 13 biology after going to work. I am an armchair biologist today. The more you learn, the more you learn you don’t know much.
She was among the first cohort of female fighter pilots to transition tactical aircraft, the US Navy has confirmed.
Mrs Shults served in the US Navy for 10 years and flew fighter jets.
Now you know who she is. She safely landed a passenger airplane with an exploded engine.
Tammie Jo Schults, the pilot came back to speak to each of us personally. This is a true American Hero.
US Navy? Fighter jets? I think that means aircraft carrier take-offs and landings.
Thank God those skills were in the WestJet cabin.
One passenger died, as a result of her window being smashed. She was a banking vice president with two children. I will not name her here, but extend my condolences to her remaining loved ones. An atrocious stroke of bad luck. I am so sorry.
Here you will find expert testimony on China’s ambitions and the potential for loss of US influence.
Just two quotes, emphasis mine:
conducted one of the largest known joint ballistic and cruise missile live-fire drills against a mock-up of a U.S.Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) site, resembling the site in South Korea, which led to a major decline in Sino-Korean relations in 2017.
in this endeavor. By 2035, the CPC plans to “realize socialist modernization in the first stage” — to build the PRC into a prosperous, modern state. This will require the pursuit of continued economic integration between Asia’s “core” and “periphery,” in the Chinese conception — the core being China and the periphery being Asia’s many smaller and less developed states. In pursuit of ‘win-win’ cooperation with these countries, China expects to make economic and diplomatic gains that will pay dividends throughout the 21st century. By 2049 — the centennial of the founding of the PRC — China intends to have cemented its position as Asia’s primary hegemon. In pursuit of this latter objective, U.S. alliances in the Asia-Pacific must be contained, if not broken altogether.