60 Seconds with Lieutenant Navy Eastmond on board HMCS Ville de Quebec

Video / January 31, 2020

Transcript

I'm starting to choke now. I had it all worked out.

Good day, everybody. I am Lieutenant Navy Eastmond on board HMCS Ville de Quebec currently doing Cutlass 2019, a NATO exercise off the coast of Halifax, Nova Scotia. I am here today to do the 60 seconds challenge.

"If you could have any superpower, what would it be?"

I would like to have the ability to read extremely fast in every language.

"If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?"

I would go to Paris. I love France.

"Tell us an interesting fun fact about you."

In 2010, I went to Ohio to get a North American Amateur Muay Thai Championship. I was middleweight.

"What is something you've never done but want to do?"

Skydiving. I did BASE jumping, not the same thing.

"How do you maintain your mental health?"

Working out and I like to read. Both English and French.

"What does diversity mean to you?"

It is ethnicities, nationalities, people from different walks of life coming together and acting in a single group.

"What is a fun fact about this year exercise?"

We fired a lot of ammunition. A lot!

"What makes you roll your eyes every time you hear it?"

"Man, you eat a lot!"

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