Aerobatic aviator Sean D. Tucker’s life requires keeping his eye on the clock – he lives an intense life.
It’s hard to imagine entrusting more than a select few with your life. It’s one thing to put faith in a commercial pilot, but it’s a whole other situation to take to the skies with aerobatic aviation legend Sean D. Tucker – a master of rolls, loops, spins and hammerheads.
“The air-show business is tough,” says the 60-year-old Tucker. “Of my three great mentors, two are dead – and they were champions. You have to be quick, sharp, and never be a second late.”
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