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Meet Army Chopper Pilot Who Gave His Coat to Sarah Sanders on Cold Korea Day

U.S. Army Ranger did a heartwarming act when he gave his jacket to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders when she got could in Korea.

The Ranger is identified as Chief Warrant Officer 2 Bobby Zizelman.

Sarah Sanders was very grateful and she appreciated his kindness.

Western Journal reported that he is originally from Roanoke, Virginia and he came in Yongsan, South Korea with his family, to serve his two-year deployment.

On Friday, Public affairs officer with the 2nd Combat Aviation Brigade, Katelyn Radack spoke with the Daily Mail and explained that the Ranger joined the Army about 11 years ago. He started as a “11B” infantryman in the 3rd Ranger Regiment and his good work brought him to the rank of an aviator pilot since 2011.

A spokeswoman for the 2nd Infantry Division Lt. Colonel Junel Jeffrey explained that his primary job is to fly the Chinook helicopters on maintenance missions.

President Trump and several associates from his team attended the testing of the helicopters at the U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan. The test occurred on Wednesday after the helicopters were forced to turn back due to dense fog.

President Trump had a plan to go to the DMZ and surprise the people.

The Army Ranger operated as a safety controller of the helicopters when he saw that the press secretary is freezing and decided to give his jacket. It was reported that the temperature moved around 40 degrees that day.

Sarah was grateful to Zizelman and told the reporters: “One of our brave soldiers was nice enough to loan me his flight jacket, because I was freezing.”

Also, Sanders explained that the president was disappointed because he planned to visit the DMZ. She stated: “He’s actually pretty frustrated.” Apparently, he waited for an hour in his vehicle, hoping that the fog would clear out in order to accomplish his plan.

Sanders stated: “The fog was not going to clear. It didn’t look like it was going to clear for another hour or so and the president had his speech that he can’t be late for, in large part because we have to depart on time as well for China.”

President Trump wanted to meet with the South Korean president Moon Jae-in at the DMZ in order to show unity and strength against the devastating North Korean regime.

Once again, President Donald Trump showed that he cares about his military people and the foreign leaders. He would do anything to keep this country safe.

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Featured Image Source. H/T: Western Journal.

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