Accelerated Stalls

By adding additional G-loading, they help prove the fact that stalls can occur at any airspeed as long as the critical angle of attack is exceeded.

One of the reasons pilots so frequently lose control in flight is they forget—or never were properly instructed—that an airplane’s published stall speed applies only when at gross weight, in a specified configuration and in level, 1G flight. Perhaps they believe that as long as their airspeed indicator shows a value above the bottom of […]
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