MCAS Beaufort Airshow 2015

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With the aim of promoting Marine Corps and Navy recruiting efforts, as well as to say ‘thank you’ to communities near the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, the MCAS Beaufort Airshow is set to showcase Naval aviation at its best with a demonstration by the Blue Angels – the United States Naval Flight Demonstration Team. Other performers on the program include the GEICO Skytypers, Patty Wagstaff, Mike Goulian and more. For more information on this exciting, family-fun event visit

Date: 11-12 April 2015
Venue: MCAS Beaufort
City: Beaufort
State: South Carolina
Country: United States

Wings Over North Georgia 2014

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Taking place on 18-19 October, Wings Over North Georgia features the USAF Thunderbirds, GEICO Skytypers, Patty Wagstaff Airshows, Jerry ‘Jive’ Kerby & Wild Blue Airshows, Lucas Oil Parachute Team, Mike Wiskus Airshows, Smoke-n-Thunder Jet Car Show, John Klatt Airshows and more.

Date: 18-19 October 2014
Venue: Richard B Russell Regional Airport
City: Rome
State: Georgia

Wings of Honor 2009

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Aviation enthusiasts are in for a real treat with the five day Reno National Championship Air Races. Pilot skills and aircraft cap16-20 September 2009
abilities will be tested to the limit in six categories: Biplanes, Formula One, Sport, AT-6, Jet and Unlimited. Competitors in the Unlimited category reach speeds exceeding 500 mph. An awe-inspiring aerobatic display by the US Navy “Blue Angels” is a highlight of the event, as well as performances by David Martin, Patty Wagstaff, the Red Eagles, the Smoke and Thunder jet car and more.

Dates: 16-20 September 2009
Venue: Reno Stead Field
City: Reno, Nevada
Country: United States

Fargo AirSho 2009

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The Fargo AirSho promises plenty of excitement with a program packed with events where skilled pilots push their aircraft to the limit in awe-inspiring aerobatic feats. Spectators can expect to see the US Navy Blue Angels, Jim “Fang” Maroney in his “Super Chipmunk”, Patty Wagstaff piloting a Walter Extra 300S, B-52 and other military airplanes and Skydive Fargo.

Date: 22-23 August 2009
Venue: Hector International Airport
City: Fargo, North Dakota
Country: USA

Patty Wagstaff

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Patty Wagstaff is an aerobatic pilot who performs low-level aerobatic routines at air shows all over the world. In 1991, she was the first woman to win the U.S. National Aerobatic Championship. She also won it in 1992 and 1993. Wagstaff was the top U.S. Medal Winner, World Aerobatic Championships in 1990, 1992, and 1994, winning gold, silver, and bronze medals.

In March of 1994, Wagstaff’s Goodrich Extra 260 went on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. That year she also received the National Air and Space Museum’s Award for Current Achievement. She was inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame in July of 2004.

Patty Wagstaff currently flies the Extra 300S, an aerobatic airplane with a Lycoming 330 HP engine.