The Air Safety Institute wants you to keep stalls at bay
from IAOPA News
Early in flight training, we learned that an aircraft can stall at any airspeed and at any attitude. So in order to prevent loss of control of the aircraft due to a stall, we practice stall recognition and recovery, and are required to demonstrate that we can fly the aircraft at minimum controllable airspeed. While the airspeed indicator, stall warning horn, and tactical feedback from the airplane are helpful cues that the wing is close to reaching the critical angle of attack, wouldn't it be nice to have a precise way to gauge when you’re about to wander beyond the wing's lift capacity?
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