Air Show Pilots and Airplanes
Strap in and get ready to fly with Timothy R. Gaffney, who shares his thrilling flight with world-famous air show pilot Patty Wagstaff in her sleek Extra 300L plane. Readers learn how air show pilots are able to amaze spectators around the world with their aerobatics. Pilot Sean Tucker and his biplane, the U.S. Thunderbirds, and wingwalkers are also included in this exciting book.
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