Nancy Ginesi-Hill (California)

Nancy Ginesi-Hill is based at KLHM, Lincoln Regional Airport/Karl Harder Field, Lincoln, California.

Nancy with her favorite PT-17

I have been flying for over 20 years and own and pilot a 1940 Stearman PT-17. I do aerobatics and fly to airshows to display my airplane in honor of the WASP who flew them during WWII.

My list of taildraggers flown includes J-3 Cubs, Champs, Decathlons, B-17, Ford Tri-Motor and Beech 18s but I received my tailwheel endorsement in the Stearman and it’s my favorite to fly!!

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Here are some of my favorite B-17G Flying Fortress taildragger photos, one of my favorite taildraggers to fly!!

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Happy Landings,

Nancy Ginesi-Hill
Sacramento Valley 99s

EAA Chapter 52 Sacramento

 

 

5 Comments
  • Brian Thompson
    Posted at 11:27h, 25 March Reply

    Nancy, nice article in April issue of AOPA Pilot. Congrats. I worked with you and the “Witchcraft” crew last summer at EVV. (Citabria) Keep up the flying.

    • Nancy Ginesi
      Posted at 12:35h, 26 March Reply

      Thanks Brian and it was nice to have met you! Hope to see you again this summer!

      Blue Skies,
      Nancy

  • christina chapman
    Posted at 11:22h, 03 June Reply

    Nancy,

    Love your impressive taildragger experience. Wow. I’d LOVE for you to come do a “show” at my Woman Wise Airmanship Adventure this July in Idaho. Check out the info on this site and also my own at http://www.mindelevations.com. Your plane, experience, and presence would be a huge boost. THINK ABOUT IT. We plan lots of fun, recreation, networking. AOPA, WIA, EAA plan to send writers to cover the event so you could get some plugs for your amazing tribute to WASPs Etc. PLEASE COME. Call me 208-634-9855 or email at christina@mindelevations.com. I’m serious. I want you there!

  • Nancy Ginesi-Hill
    Posted at 16:02h, 28 June Reply

    Thanks! Found the hat online at HistoricAviation.com……

  • Judy Birchler
    Judy Birchler
    Posted at 17:21h, 24 June Reply

    What an absolutely great photo. Reminds me of something from the golden age of aircraft.

    BTW: Where did you find the fatigue cap with the star and bars?

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