T-45C TS & ADV BIFP-06; IUT BIFP-04
Stalls, Unusual Attitudes, & Aerobatics
Unusual attitude recoveries represent nothing more than
an extension of what you learned several lessons ago.
Confidence maneuvers were taught then to allow you to
see the instrument indications of the aircrafts attitude
through the full range of pitch and bank and to show you
that those instrument indications can be relied on. As
you advance into unusual attitudes, you will also likely
see many of the indications that you saw in the
confidence maneuvers. Correctly analyzing instrument
indications will enable you to recover safely from
inadvertent unusual attitudes.
Also, be aware that you can perform unusual attitude
recoveries almost as easily under instrument conditions
as under visual conditions. Recognizing an unusual
attitude and understanding the procedures to regain
control can keep you and your aircraft out of danger.
Upon completion of this lesson, you will be able to
recognize stall indications on specific flight instruments.
You will also know the correct procedures for recovering
from unusual attitudes.
This lesson consists of:
Procedure for performing stalls on instruments
Procedure for performing unusual attitude
recoveries, full or partial panel
Procedure for performing nose-high recoveries
Procedure for performing nose-low recoveries
Procedure for Aerobatics