Moose Stalls

Low-Altitude/low-airspeed stalls happen often enough that they have their own name. But you don't have to be surveying wildlife to get into one.

On September 5, 2013, a hunter near Glenallen, Alaska, was killed in a crash while searching for a moose he had earlier shot and field-dressed. According to a friend who was hunting with him, the pilot had failed to mark the area where the carcass could be found before hiking away from the site and […]
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