Larry K. Bagley D-4522, has an outstanding record of serving the parachuting community as a long-time board member, USPA executive, and US team delegate in international competition venues. Larry made his first military jump in 1963 and began sport jumping two years later; he made his last leap in 2001 with just over 5,200 sport jumps. He flew on the first unofficial and official FAI world record big-way formation—a 40-way in 1980. In 2003, he received the Paul Tissandier Diploma from the FAI; he and his wife, Cindi, were made Honorary Golden Knights and in 2013, he was presented the Lifetime Achievement Award by USPA. He has been a museum trustee since 2012.