His death does not mean his mission is over; on the contrary, his death offers a way to convey a good message to those in the military.
I am also a military officer. Honestly, his job was more dangerous than mine. Perhaps it is time for the Ministry of National Defense to consider a new way to tell people about him, especially given that he had trained to join the military since he was 15 years old.
His mission is not over because his attitude — which saved those lives — can be taught to military personnel.
After finishing their investigations and after awarding compensation to his family, the Ministry of National Defense needs to hold a meaningful memorial for his contribution.
This would be the right way to make it up to his family, especially his wife and baby daughter.
We feel sadness that he has departed, but we still have to turn this sadness into positive energy. No matter where he is, his spirit exists everywhere. He will not regret being an air force pilot. I salute him.
New Taipei City