With a personality that shines as brightly as "Free
Spirit", her restored CHEVRON MENTOR T-34, Julie Clark
takes the CHEVRON MENTOR to the limits of its’ operating
capability as she entertains millions of people
annually, averaging 20 to 25 shows each year. She has
appeared in the biggest air shows in the United States,
Canada and the island of Bermuda.
The CHEVRON MENTOR T-34 demands tremendous skill to fly
aerobatics, requiring great pilot co-ordination and
anticipation. Julie’s aerobatic routine is truly
remarkable in its beauty and splendour. More remarkable
is the elegance she exhibits in an airplane whose flying
manners could best be described as rugged. Her unique
presentation of "Serenade in Red, White and Blue", with
a special added patriotic tribute, is breathtakingly
choreographed to Lee Greenwood’s "God Bless the USA" or
"God Bless You Canada". Multi-colored wing-tip smoke is
used, concluding with a dazzling fireworks finale.
After more than 24
years as an aerobatic air show pilot, Julie Clark has
earned not only the admiration of fans everywhere, but
also a long list of awards and honors.