Anthony Oshinuga， the son of Nigerian immigrants，， Air Oshinuga， and his job is to fly.
Oshinuga has a small Cessna vintage airplane that was built in the 1940s. He takes passengers on airplane tours over the San Diego area. Later， he will fly circles and spins in his Pitts Special， an aerobaticairplane built for such flying.
He is living his childhood dream of being a pilot.
"It's the fact of you're free in the three dimensions， up down， left， right， so you're pretty much free. You ;
His parents left Lagos，， Texas in 1980. Oshinuga was born the following year. He is the first generation in his family to be born in the U.S.
He knew he wanted to be a pilot at the age of five while visiting an airport.
"I was taken by what was going on. I told my father， that's exactly what I want to do."
， he flies over the wine country of Temecula in his airplane. It is polished and looks brand new. He has teamed up with some wineries in this valley， a large wine-producing area in Southern California.
"We provide clients with 30-minute scenic aerial flights over Temecula， and then we land and they go down there and do wine tasting."
"That's when So since then， things have been really blossoming in the arena of aerobatics and air shows and air racings."
Aerobatics and air racing involve high levels of speed. High speeds can increase the levels of gravitational force or g-force that pilots experience. G- blood away from the brain. The ability to withstand high g-forces or g-tolerance is required during difficult aerobatic flying.
help to keep blood in the head while performing aerobatics.
Oshinuga studied engineering at the University of California， Riverside. He worked as an engineer for seven years. He says that engineering helped to pay the bills， but his passion is aviation.
I'm Dorothy Gundy.