Eric Tucker
Eric has been around aviation literally from birth. Actually, his first flight in an airplane was the day before his birth, in the front seat of his father’s Pitts Special biplane. From age 9 to 16, Eric spent his summers touring the airshow circuit as the narrator for his father’s airshow routine and as the copilot in the team’s crew plane. At 14, Eric soloed gliders and at 16, he soloed in a Pitts S-2B. He is now stretching his horizons as an engineering test pilot for Columbia Aircraft.

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