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The Working Mom Pilot Who Safely Landed That Southwest Plane Has a Groundbreaking Backstory

When a 144-passenger plane breaks apart at 32,000 feet, it takes an impressive level of determination and fearlessness to remain calm and get almost everyone safely on the ground. But that's just what Southwest Pilot and mother of two Tammie Jo Shults did yesterday, when the engine exploded and broke.

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