The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association has announced the winner of its R. A. “Bob” Hoover Trophy. Legendary actor and passionate aviator Harrison Ford, who received the award last year, will present the trophy to Clay Lacy at an event on March 20. Lacy’s legacy in aviation is not likely to be matched. He has flown more than 300 aircraft types and logged more than 50,000 hours during his lifelong aviation career. He has flown as a flight instructor, military pilot, United Airlines captain, experimental test pilot, air racer, aerial cinematographer and business aviation entrepreneur. Lacy has set 29 world speed records.