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 Monday, well-known aerobatic performer Lee Lauderback explained that the program will be aimed at corporate and professional pilots and is available in several levels, including just a ground school or a ground school combined with IFR and VFR recovery methods training. Lauderback said Stallion 51’s training is unique for being conducted in a jet aircraft and using a covered cockpit for full-IFR recoveries using Garmin G600 glass panels.
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Chief Pilot Lee Lauderback discusses the UAT program and its objectives in this video interview from Flying magazine. View video.
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“UPRT is what our new program is all about,” says Lee Lauderback, President of Stallion 51 and UAT LLC. “It’s a blending of ground school and actual flight training. Outside of our program, only military pilots get this depth of training in all the different aspects of unusual attitudes and upsets.” Read full article.
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.
UAT will be attending the 65th Annual NBAA Meeting and Convention this coming fall. On October 30-November 1, NBAA will be taking place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
Stop by UAT for the official unveiling of our FAA approved upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) program. We will be at booth 3731, just southeast of the National Business Aviation Association’s space.
Learn all about our three-part program focused on providing pilots with the experience of losing flight control, unusual attitude, and upsets in both VFR and IFR conditions. The UPRT program will ensure any pilot is prepared to avoid and recover from upsets as well as confident in their handling skills.