UAT is dedicated to preparing pilots for upset prevention and recovery in both jet and piston aircraft. It’s completely real, professional and uses a “PhD approach” to educating students. This isn’t an add on service for our company, it’s all we do and we’re dedicated to providing the best training possible.
UAT’s unique program combines ground, visual and instrument flight training in actual aircraft, the L-39 Turbojet and P-51 Mustang. There are no simulators involved. The purpose of this training is to familiarize pilots with the recognition and recovery from unusual attitudes and in-flight upsets in both VFR and IFR environments.
Lee Lauderback presenting at NBAA on 11/2/16
Lee Lauderback will be giving his informative “Getting it Right when things go Wrong-Upset Prevention and Recovery Training” presentation at the 2016 NBAA convention on Wednesday November 2nd at 3:00 pm in room S331D (#5). You won’t want to miss it. Please stop by Stallion 51’s UAT (Unusual Attitude Training program) at NBAA booth #4683.