机型为CRJ900 Next Gen。CRJ900是由世界第三大飞机制造商加拿大庞巴迪宇航集团提供的民用支线喷气飞机，CRJ-900是90座级支线喷气飞机，为CRJ-700型的加长型，是CRJ系列中最大、最新的成员，2000年7月24日正式启动研制计划于2001年2月21日首飞，2003年1月30日交付首位用户美国梅萨航空集团(Mesa Air Group)。这种机型，特别适合国内的支线航空业务，可以拉近中小城市之间的距离。华夏航空机队共拥有34架CRJ900NG飞机。
目前电子设备数据传输一般基于USB 3.1标准，只从传输速率上来看，USB 3.0（即USB 3.1 Gen1）的最大传输速率为5Gbps（500MB/s），USB 3.1 Gen2的最大传输速率为10Gbps。
根据USB Promoter Group在2019年2月公布的信息来看，USB 4.0的最大传输速率为40Gbps，相较于USB 3.1翻了4倍。
据雷锋网了解，其实，在此之前，2017年7月，USB 3.0 Promoter Group曾推出USB 3.2规范，最大传输速率为20Gbps。USB-IF标准组织在今年2月的MWC 2019上也曾透露，将在2019年晚些时候推出具备USB 3.2功能的控制器。这就意味着USB 3.2将会在今年晚些时候开始普及应用。
相较而言，在USB 3.2普及之前，更高效的USB 4.0也再次被提上日程。而关于USB 4.0的关键特性，USB-IF具体给出以下三点特性：
向下兼容USB 3.2、USB 2.0和Thunderbolt 3。
‘Buck’ Compton : Are you ticked because they like me? Because I’m spending time to get to know my soldiers. I mean, c’mon, you’ve been with them for two years? I’ve been here for six days.
‘Buck’ Compton : Christ, Dick, I was just shooting craps with them.
‘Buck’ Compton : Holy shit.
‘Buck’ Compton : So what. Soldiers do that. I don’t deserve a reprimand for it.
‘Buck’ Compton : What?
‘Buck’ Compton : Where you hit, Pop?
‘Buck’ Compton : Your ass?
‘Buck’ Compton : [switches hands] George, what would I do without George Luz?
‘Popeye’ Wynn : I can’t believe, I fucked up. My ass, sir.
2nd Lt. George Rice : Looks like you guys are going to be surrounded.
Alex Penkala : Well, they do have a point. You’re an idiot.
Alex Penkala : Yeah?
Bill Guarnere : \Crazy Joe\ McKlosky was fucking nuts… that’s why they called him \Crazy Joe\.
Bill Guarnere : How are you, Cowboy?
Bill Guarnere : I don’t know whether to slap you, kiss you, or salute you. I told these scallywags you was okay.
Bill Guarnere : I like Winters, he’s a good man. But when the bullets start flying, I don’t know if I want a Quaker doing my fighting for me.
Bill Guarnere : My brother’s in North Africa. He says it’s hot.
Bill Guarnere : Naw, these salty bastards, they wanted to go on a suicide run to drag your ass back.
Bill Guarnere : Once we get into combat, they only people you can trust is yourself and the fella next to you.
Bill Guarnere : Shut up!
Bill Guarnere : Yeah, how are those nuts of yours doing, Sarge?
Bill Guarnere : Yeah, I told ’em don’t bother.
Carwood Lipton : They’re doing just fine.
Carwood Lipton : Well, maybe they kept talking about it because they never heard Tercius deny it.
Carwood Lipton : [narrating as Captain Speirs runs across the battlefield] They didn’t shoot, probably because they couldn’t believe their eyes from what they saw. But the most amazing thing was, after he made contact with I company, he came back.
Carwood Lipton : [real life interview with Lipton where he recites a quote from William Shakespeare] From this day to the ending of the world we in it shall be remembered. We lucky few, we band of brothers. For he who today sheds his blood with me shall be my brother.
Col. Sink : Damned if I know.
Col. Sink : If they come by here y’all remember to smile for the camera. Got to keep the moral up for them folks back home.
Col. Sink : Kids, I just had a conversation with General LeClerc. He told me he was first into Paris, and by God, he wanted to be first into Berchtesgaden. I told him I understood his point. Now you fire up Second Battalion and out flank that French son of a bitch!
Cpl. Donald Hoobler : Down he goes, right out of his saddle like a sack of potatoes. Outstanding accuracy on my part if I do say so myself.
Cpl. Donald Hoobler : Which I do. Hell, Shifty, I think maybe I could’ve even given you a run for your money.
Cpl. Earl ‘One Lung’ McLung : Ask him to dance, Doc.
Cpl. Eugene Roe : Toye, are you missing something?
Cpl. Eugene Roe : Toye, show me your feet.
Cpl. Eugene Roe : Where’re your boots?
Cpt. Nixon : Hitler’s dead.
Cpt. Nixon : Huh?
Cpt. Nixon : I swear I thought I could smell a fire. I did smell a fire. Are you out of your mind?
Cpt. Nixon : I’m alright! I’m alright… am I alright?
Cpt. Nixon : No. We have orders to Berchtesgaden. We move out in one hour.
Cpt. Nixon : Shot himself in Berlin.
Cpt. Nixon : Sobel’s a genius. I had a headmaster in prep school who was just like him. I know the type.
Cpt. Nixon : Stop looking at me like that!
Cpt. Nixon : There’s a company in Nixon, New Jersey. It’s called Nixon Nitration Works.
Cpt. Nixon : We’ll see how you do on your interview, but, you know, a man of your qualifications. I think probably scrape something up commensurate with your current salary level.
Cpt. Nixon : What do you think about New Jersey?
Cpt. Nixon : Yeah, he should have. But he didn’t.
Cpt. Nixon : Yeah, well, oddly enough, I know the owners. Probably gonna expect me to make something of myself. I though maybe I’d drag you along with me.
Cpt. Nixon : You know a man in this company who wouldn’t double-time Currahee with a full pack just to piss in that man’s morning coffee?
David Webster : [at a passing column of German prisoners] Hey, you! That’s right, you stupid Kraut bastards. That’s right. Say hello to Ford, and General fuckin’ Motors. You stupid fascist pigs. Look at you. You have horses. What were you thinking? Dragging our asses half way around the world, interrupting our lives. For what, you ignorant, servile scum. What the fuck are we doing here?
Donald Hoobler : High ground. There’s high ground up ahead.
Donald Hoobler : To keep you on your toes.
Donald Malarkey : Hey, Skip! I’ve been looking everywhere for you where’ve you been?
Donald Malarkey : Malarkey, sir.
Donald Malarkey : Really? It’s hot in Africa?
Donald Malarkey : Yes sir.
Edward Tipper : I think it’s Major Horton, sir.
Edward Tipper : I think, maybe, he’s moving between platoons, sir?
Frank Perconte : Do you know why no one remembers your name? Its cause no one wants to remember your name! There are too many Smiths, Dimattos, and O’Keefes and O’Briens who show up here replacing Toccoa men that you dumb replacements got killed in the first place. And they’re all like you. They’re all piss and vinegar. \Where the Krauts at? Let me at ’em. When do I get to jump into Berlin?\ Two days later there they are with their blood and guts hanging out. Screaming for a medic, begging for their goddamn mother. You dumb kids don’t even know you’re dead yet. Hey, you listening to me? Don’t you know this is the best part of frickin’ war I’ve seen? I’ve got hot chow, hot showers, a warm bed. The way I see it, Germany is almost as good as being home. I even got to wipe my ass with real toilet paper today. So quit asking when you’re gonna see some action, will ya? And stop with the frickin’ love songs!
Frank Perconte : Got any souvenirs to trade?
Frank Perconte : Hey George.
Frank Perconte : Hey Luz, how far are we going?
Frank Perconte : Hey O’Brien, relax would ya? I’m trying to read.
Frank Perconte : Hey this guy says he’s not a Nazi. All of Germany and I haven’t met one Nazi yet.
Frank Perconte : How was your jump?
Frank Perconte : Is that right?
Frank Perconte : Its been two years since I’ve seen home. Two years.
Frank Perconte : Kind of remind ya of Bastogne?
Frank Perconte : No, that’s not what I’m saying. I’m saying, we’re never in the middle. And we’re the fifth of nine companies in this regiment. Able to Item. Think of it.
Frank Perconte : Now just think, if you had any class or style like me, somebody might’ve mistaken you for somebody.
Frank Perconte : Okay, genius. Answer me this, then. How come Easy Company is the only company who’s either at the front of an advance, or, like now, exposed at the far edge of the line?
Frank Perconte : Right?
Frank Perconte : What’s your point?
Frank Perconte : When’d you ship out? Two weeks ago?
Frank Perconte : Where you keeping the brass knuckles?
Frank Perconte : With any luck.
Frank Perconte : Yeah, that goes without saying.
Frank Perconte : [shows an armful of wristwatches] They’re all ticking, unlike their previous owners.
George Luz : Bull, smack him for me please?
George Luz : Hey Frank, this guy is reading and article, that says the Germans *are bad*.
George Luz : Hey Janovek, what ya reading?
George Luz : I’m just curious cause he’s right-handed.
George Luz : Lieutenant, are you going to shoot lefty all night?
George Luz : No shit. What’s it about?
George Luz : Oh, Jesus, Frank, I don’t know. Until they tell us to stop.
George Luz : Oh, that dog just ain’t gonna hunt. You cut that fence and get this goddamn platoon on the move.
George Luz : Thank you.
George Luz : What is the god-damn holdup, Mr. Sobel?
George Luz : What, in a barrel?
George Luz : Why are we fighting the war, Janovek?
George Luz : Yeah, now that you mention it… Except, of course, there’s no snow, we got warm grub in our bellies, and the trees aren’t fuckin’ exploding from Kraut artillery, but yeah… Frank… other than that, it’s a lot like Bastogne.
George Luz : Yeah?
George Luz : You don’t say. The Germans are bad, huh?
George Luz : [Imitating Capt. Sobel] Are those dusty jump wings? How do you expect to slay the Huns with dust on your jump wings?
George Luz : [imitating Gen. Maxwell Taylor] Now the thing to remember, flies cause disease, so keep yours closed!
George Luz : [imitating Maj. Horton] Is there a problem, Captain Sobel?
Guarnere : Hey Joe. Good to see ya pal.
Guarnere : Jesus Christ, we gotta do all this with a C.O. who has his head so far up his fuckin’ ass that lump in his throat is his god damn nose.
Guarnere : What the hell are you doing back here?
Guarnere : Yeah, we’re on top of things. I even tied me own boots last week, all by meself. Hey fellas, look who I found.
Harry Welsh : Just a couple of minutes. We’re in a dell.
Harry Welsh : Light and noise discipline that means no playing grab the fanny with the man in front of you, Luz.
Herbert Sobel : A fence. Sir, uh, god… barbwire fence.
Herbert Sobel : Major Horton? Wh, what is he… Did he join us?
Herbert Sobel : Malarkey. Is that slang for bullshit?
Herbert Sobel : What’s your name, trooper?
Herbert Sobel : Who said that? Who broke silence?
Herbert Sobel : [shouting in the background] Heigh-Ho Silver!
Joe Domingus : Flamingos are mean. They bite.
Joe Toye : Hey guys, I’m glad we’re going to Europe.
Joe Toye : Hey, c’mon.
Joe Toye : Hey. As long as he’s a paratrooper.
Joe Toye : Hitler gets one of these right across the windpipe. Roosevelt changes Thanksgiving to Joe Toye Day. Pay’s me ten grand a year for the rest of my fucking life.
Joe Toye : Home.
Joe Toye : I could *use* some brass knuckles.
Joe Toye : In Washington up General Taylor’s ass.
Joe Toye : This stuff weighs as much as I do, I still got my chute, my reserve chute, my Mae West, my M1.
Joe Toye : Three day supply of K-rations, chocolate bars, charms candy, powdered coffee, sugar, matches, compass, bayonet, entrenching tool, ammunition, gas mask, musette bag with ammo, my weapon, my .45, canteen, two cartons of smokes, Hawkins mine, two grenades, smoke grenade, gamma grenade, t-n-t, this bullshit, and a pair of nasty skivvies!
Joe Toye : You watch the goddamn line, McClung.
John Janovek : An article.
John Janovek : It appears the Germans are bad, very bad.
John Janovek : It’s about why we’re fightin’ the war.
Liebgott : Holy shit.
Liebgott : Men, it’s been a long war, it’s been a tough war. You’ve fought bravely, proudly for your country. You’re a special group. You’ve found in one another a bond, that exists only in combat, among brothers. You’ve shared foxholes, held each other in dire moments. You’ve seen death and suffered together. I’m proud to have served with each and every one of you. You all deserve long and happy lives in peace.
Liebgott : So what did you study?
Liebgott : Yeah, Dick Tracy, Flash Gordon mostly.
Liebgott : Your kidding me? I love to read.
Lipton : But you do.
Muck : Don’t worry, there’s enough crap flying around that you are bound to get hit sometime.
Nixon : Division has decided to pluck one officer from each regiment who served in the heroic defense of Bastone and send them back to the States on a thirty day furlough, get him out banging the drum for the war bond, that kinda thing. Turns out I’ve been plucked
Nixon : Doesn’t, I’m not going. I’ve already seen the States, I grew up there. That’s why I came to Europe, just wish they told me a war was going on. Anyway, this thing is wasted on me, but I’m sure we could find an officer somewhere in this battalion that could use a long trip home.
Nixon : I’ve already seen the States, I grew up there. That’s why I came to Europe, just wish they told me a war was going on.
Nixon : Thank you.
Old Man on Bicycle: Would that be the enemy?
Old Man on Bicycle: [raising his hands in the air] You’ve done it now, Yanks. You’ve captured me.
Penkala : Joe got hit in the arm. A New Year’s Eve gift from the Luftwaffe.
Private Kenneth Webb: Have a lot of you guys been injured?
Pvt. Albert Blithe : Huh?
Pvt. Albert Blithe : I guess.
Pvt. Albert Blithe : Well, missed the DZ
Pvt. David Kenyon Webster : Literature
Pvt. Hashey : Jesus Christ… It’s a whole other company.
Pvt. John ‘Cowboy’ Hall : Shut your fucking guinea trap, Gonorrhea.
Pvt. Patrick O’Keefe : I told you, it’s O’Keefe.
Pvt. Patrick O’Keefe : It’s O’Keefe.
Pvt. Patrick O’Keefe : Yeah, Patrick O’Keefe, my friends call me Patty.
Pvt. Patrick O’Keefe : [Quiet] Yeah.
Richard Winters : A dell? Like where fairies and gnomes live?
Richard Winters : Alright, then go.
Richard Winters : Are you offering me a job?
Richard Winters : As a matter of fact… yes.
Richard Winters : But how does your leaving help me?
Richard Winters : Captain Sobel, you salute the rank, not the man.
Richard Winters : Harry. Fire’s not a good idea.
Richard Winters : Hey, that’s fantastic Lew, good for you.
Richard Winters : Joe (to the camera man) Excuse us for a minute.
Richard Winters : Joe, you don’t have to do that. Get yourself back to the aid station, heal up.
Richard Winters : Lew, Michaelangelo’s a genius. Beethoven’s a genius.
Richard Winters : New Jersey?
Richard Winters : Sorry about what? Patton? I couldn’t agree more. What are you doing here?
Richard Winters : Sounds picturesque.
Richard Winters : That night, I thanked God for seeing me through that day of days and prayed I would make it through D plus 1. I also promised that if some way I could get home again, I would find a nice peaceful town and spend the rest of my life in peace.
Richard Winters : These men have been through the toughest training the Army has to offer, under the worst possible circumstances, and they volunteered for it.
Richard Winters : We’re not lost, Private, we’re in Normandy.
Richard Winters : We’re paratroopers, Lieutenant, we’re supposed to be surrounded.
Richard Winters : Well, we’re in a dell.
Richard Winters : What if you’d won?
Richard Winters : Why?
Richard Winters : You know why they volunteered? Because they knew that the man in the foxhole next to them would be the best. Not some draftee who’s going to get them killed.
Richard Winters : You’re gambling, Buck.
Richard Winters : [after a bullet ricochets off of Nixon’s helmet] NIX!
Richard Winters : [chuckles]
Richard Winters : [real life interview with Winters where he quotes Mike Ranney on how he answered a question his grandson once asked him] I treasure my remark to a grandson who asked, \Grandpa, were you a hero in the war?\ o\”, I answered, \”But I served in a company of heroes\”.
Ronald Speirs : We’re all scared. You hid in that ditch because you think there’s still hope. But Blithe, the only hope you have is to accept the fact that you’re already dead. And the sooner you accept that, the sooner you’ll be able to function as a soldier is supposed to function. Without mercy. Without compassion. Without remorse. All war depends on it.
Ronald Spiers : Maybe that’s because Tercius knew there was some value to the men thinking he was the meanest, toughest sonofabitch in the whole Roman Legion.
Ronald Spiers : You wanna know if they’re true or not. The stories about me? Did you ever notice with stories like that, everyone says they heard it from someone who was there. Then when you ask that person, they say they heard it from someone who was there. It’s nothing new really. I bet if you went back two thousand years, you’d hear a couple centurions standing around yakking about how Tercius lopped off the heads of some Carthaginian prisoners.
Sgt. Denver ‘Bull’ Randleman : And they listen?
Sgt. Martin : It’s called wounded peanut. Injured is when you fall outta a tree of somethin’.
Sgt. Martin : Its called wounded peanut. Injured is when you fall out of a tree or something.
Sgt. Martin : No shit.
SSgt. Darrel ‘Shifty’ Powers : No, No, I’m not a good shot. Now Dad, he was an excellent shot – excellent, I declare. He could shoot the wings off a fly.
Toye : How do I feel about being rescued by Patton? Well I’d feel pretty peachy, except for one thing, we didn’t fuckin’ need to be rescued by Patton. Got that?
Toye : I had to make sure you were on top of things.
Toye : I really like to head back with the fellas Sir.
Toye : I wanna head back to the line Sir.
Toye : Sorry Sir.
Toye : You too.
Warren Muck : Hey, Joe Toye, back for more.
Warren Muck : I swam the across the Niagra once.
Warren Muck : I swear. On a bet.
Warren Muck : Lipton here almost got his nuts blown off in Carentan.
Warren Muck : No… God! I didn’t go over the falls, George. I swam across the river. Ten miles up from the falls. I tell ya that current is damn strong. It must have carried me at least two miles down stream before I made it across, but I got across. Now personally, I didn’t think it was all that stupid. But my mom and my sister Ruth… they gave me all kinds of hell.
Warren Muck : Right now, some lucky bastard’s headed for the Pacific, get put on some tropical island, surrounded by six naked native girls, helping him cut up coconuts so he can hand feed them to the flamingos.
Warren Muck : Well Don I was at home in Tonnawanda but then Hitler started this whole thing so now I’m here.
Wayne Sisk : So do the naked native girls.
Webb: A lot of you guys been injured?
[Easy Compagny is patrolling through the Bavarian woods]
[looking at Winters annoyed]
[Lt. Compton checks his wound]
[Lt. Speirs explains to Pvt. Blithe how to cope with fear]
[on a boat headed for Europe]
[playing a game of darts]
[takes out his knife]
[Toye’s feet are wrapped in blankets]
[Translating a speech a German General is giving to his men after they all surrendered]
[Turns to Perconte]