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“When I looked up at the all-glass attitude indicator, for a moment I wasn’t quite sure what I was staring at… Finally, I realized I was inverted and pitched almost straight down, leaving me just a matter of seconds to … Continue reading
“Every pilot’s definition of unusual attitudes is a little different,” Lauderback continued. “The FAA defines them as a position in excess of 25° nose up, 10° nose down and 45° of bank angle. However the real life definition is pilot-specific … Continue reading
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Stallion 51 is well known for its P-51 Mustang program using the dual-equipped Crazy Horse. But now it’s branching out into upset recovery training using both the Mustang and an L-39 jet trainer. At the NBAA Convention press day on … Continue reading
Famed airshow pilot Lee Lauderback, head of Unusual Attitude Training LLC, is introducing military-inspired VRF and IFR unusual attitude recognition and recovery training in a specially configured Aerovodochody L-39 Albatros jet trainer. Read more here.