Hall of Fame 1991 Mary Gaffaney

 

1991 Mary Gaffaney

 

Sports Aerobatics, 1972

 

Mary Gaffaney of Miami, Florida has been the reigning queen of U.S. Aerobatics for many years. Mary was the first American ever to win a Gold Medal in World Competition, having done so at the 1970 World Championships.

 

Mary added to her list of fantastic flying accomplishments by winning the 1972-1973 Women’s World Aerobatic Title. Mary forged into the lead on the first flight and never relinquished it. Flying superbly, Mary held off a determined charge by the Soviet Women’s Team.

 

Hall of Fame 1990 Lincoln Beachey

 

1990 Lincoln Beachey

 

 

Hall of Fame’90

David Gustafson, Sport Aerobatics, from 8 February, 1991

 

On December 1 IAC President Steve Morris presided over the induction ceremonies for the International Aerobatic Hall of Fame. Everything went smoothly and the setting (The Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas) seemed ideal for the ceremonies.

Hall of Fame 1990 Bob Herendeen

 

1990 Bob Herendeen

 

 

Hall of Fame’90

David Gustafson, Sport Aerobatics, from 8 February, 1991

 

On December 1 IAC President Steve Morris presided over the induction ceremonies for the International Aerobatic Hall of Fame. Everything went smoothly and the setting (The Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas) seemed ideal for the ceremonies.

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