Patty Wagstaff - 2015 World Acrobatics Society Legend (Extreme Sports).
Patty Wagstaff is the first woman to win the United States National Aerobatic Championships. She, in fact, is one of only a few to win it three times. Wagstaff is a six-time member of the US Aerobatic Team winning gold, silver and bronze medals in Olympic-level international competition. Patty is a top air-show pilot. She has performed before millions with a smooth aggressive style that has set a standard for performers the world over. Coming from a family involved in aviation, Patty earned her Commercial, Instrument, Seaplane and Commercial Helicopter ratings. She is a Flight and Instrument Instructor and qualified to fly many different aircraft including jets. In 1994, her airplane, the Goodrich Extra 260, went on display at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum. Wagstaff is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, Motion Pictures Pilots Association and the United Stuntwomen's Association.
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