Kermit Weeks

Fantasy of Flight
Kermit began construction of his first homebuilt at age 17, finishing and flying the plane four years later. After building the Weeks Special, an aerobatic aircraft of his own design, he qualified for the U.S. Aerobatic Team. Over his storied aerobatic career he placed in the top three in the world five times, won 20 medals in World Aerobatic Championships, won the U.S. National Aerobatic Championship twice. In 1985, Kermit began operating the Weeks Air Museum, a non-profit facility that houses much of his private collection and other antique aircraft.
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