Aircraft: Stallion 51
Lee Lauderback was an inductee in the EAA Warbirds of America 2013 Hall of Fame and 2019 Florida Aviation Hall of Fame. He started flying sailplanes at age 14 and launched his corporate aviation career immediately after college with the late professional golfer, philanthropist and businessman, Arnold Palmer. Lee is the highest time Mustang pilot in the world with over 10,000 hours in the P-51 alone. He is the founder, CEO, President and chief pilot of Stallion 51 Flight Operations located at Kissimmee Gateway Airport, Florida. Since 1987, Stallion 51’s innovative and comprehensive curriculums have instructed thousands of pilots on the correct and safe methods of flying both the legendary P-51 Mustang and the historic T-6 Texan.