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T-45A/C TS, E2-C2, ADV & IUT Aero-03
Slow-Speed Flight, Stall and Spin, and AOA System
Sg 2, fr 21
Cross-controlled
Departure
Figure 8: CROSS-CONTROL DEPARTURE
Sg 2, fr 22
60-70 Degree
c.
Nose-high, 60-70 degree departure (low
Departure (5 overlays)
airspeed recovery)
(1) Entry example:
(a) From medium airspeed, smoothly raise
the nose to a wings-level, 60-70
degree attitude
(2) Result:
(a) At approximately 100 KIAS, the nose
Overlay 3
will smoothly drop below the horizon
despite full aft elevator input
(b) Neutral flight controls should be set at
Overlays 4-5
this time; the nose will continue to fall
forward, through the horizon, to the
vertical
Sg 2, fr 24
(c) No unusual roll or yaw deviations
60-70 Degree
should be expected; airspeed will
Departure
steadily increase until the controls
become effective again
(9-99) Original
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