A celebration of the great age of aviation with pioneer flyer Rudy Billberg, whose experiences included air show stunt pilot, bush pilot, and fighting forest fires from the air.
About the Author
Charles Lindbergh's transatlantic flight in 1927 cemented Rudy Billberg's determination to fly. He learned to fly in 1934 and began a career as a professional pilot that lasted 46 years. Billberg is retired and lives with his wife.
Rearden was outdoor editor for Alaska magazine for 20 years.