The Dayton Air Show announced Thursday that Tucker will perform June 23-24 at Dayton International Airport with other show headliners, such as the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and a solo performance of the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter.
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“Sean is just absolutely phenomenal,” air show executive Director Terry Grevious said in an interview. “He is no question one of the best aerobatic performers to have performed in America in my opinion. He does things that nobody else has done or can duplicate.”
Tucker, who has logged more than 26,000 hours flying, first performed in Dayton in 1993, according to the air show, and has been a regular many years since.