Tammie Jo Shults is a former Naval Aviator and retired Southwest Airlines captain. During her Navy career she persevered through many challenges to become one of the first female pilots of the amazing F/A-18 Hornet. She received worldwide acclaim in 2018 when she and her crew successfully landed a crippled Boeing 737, following an uncontained engine failure and rapid depressurization that nearly rendered the aircraft unflyable. In 2020, she was inducted into the international air and space hall of fame.
Her book Nerves of Steel, details a life from humble beginnings, dedicated to those around her and inspiring others to follow their own dreams in the face of adversity.
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