March 30 & 31, 2019

Boca Chica Field, Key West


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Greg Shelton

Greg Shelton lives in Collinsville, Oklahoma. His interest in aviation began at an early age watching Borate Bombers in Northern California and listening to his father’s adventures of flying fighters in the U.S. Navy. In 1982, Greg started flying lessons in a J-3 Cub, but before he finished his pilot’s license, he traded the Cub for a Starduster II so he could pursue aerobatics. Greg’s next aircraft was an AT-6 project. What originally started as a 1952 Canadian Harvard MK IV that served in the RCAF from 1952 through 1965, Greg’s newly restored AT-6 was one of the most beautiful Warbirds on the aerobatic air show circuit. In December of 2006, Greg sold his AT-6 to make room for his new airplane, the FM-2 Wildcat. In 2003, Greg Shelton decided to add a wing-walking act to his growing list of air show performances. He purchased a beautiful 450 Stearman painted in the patriotic colors of red, white, and blue.



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