Clinton A. "Clint" McHenry, Jr. Log Books and Papers

Clinton A. "Clint" McHenry, Jr. is a U.S. Army Air Corps veteran, commercial airline pilot, flight instructor, and aerobatic pilot who is best known as a three-time National Aerobatic Champion (1986, 1987, 1989). McHenry began flying aerobatics as a young man and served in varying leadership roles for the Aerobatic Club of America and the International Aerobatic Club from 1970 to 1990. He served as a National and International Aerobatic Judge and was also a well-respected instructor and air show pilot whose students included Patty Wagstaff and other champions. McHenry was a captain and instructor pilot for Eastern Airlines for his "day" job from 1950 to 1968, flying a range of aircraft such as the Douglas DC-3, including the example in the National Air and Space Museum's collection; the Martin (Glenn L.) Model 404 (4-O-4); Convair 440 Metropolitan; Lockheed Model 1049 Super Constellation; Douglas DC-7; and the Boeing Model 727. He joined Pompano Air Center (PAC) as Chief Aerobatic Instructor in 1976. McHenry was inducted into the International Aerobatic Hall of Fame in 1993.