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Feature Article: Power-off Stalls

No lower that 1500'
Stabilized approach landing configuration (full flaps)
Stall induced in back side of the power curve and heading + 10 degrees
Bank angle as directed but not more than 30 degrees (best at 20)
Recognize and announces control decay and buffet
Recovers at first sign of stall
Minimum loss of altitude
Vy reached before final flap retraction
Recovers altitude, heading, and airspeed as directed


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