T-34C OUT-OF-CONTROL FLIGHT
Ensure the rudder remains at neutral so as not to input pro-spin
vii. IUT will assume control of the aircraft and recover in accordance with OCF
Aggravated Approach Turn Stall
Description: This maneuver demonstrates the rapid and disorienting divergence to
departed flight that may occur following a rough application of stall recovery control
inputs while practicing approach turn stalls at altitude.
General: The maneuver will be flown by the Standardization Instructor and
recovered by the IUT. The aircraft will be flown through a normal approach turn stall
and during the recovery, control inputs will be initiated to induce a secondary stall.
The aircraft will depart by rolling in the direction of the applied rudder. Minimum
entry altitude for the aggravated approach turn stall is 8000 feet AGL.
Perform the Stall Checklist and Clearing turn.
Establish the aircraft in a right-hand descending 90 KIAS approach turn (300 ft-
lbs., gear and flaps down, 30° AOB).
Simultaneously set 12 - 15 degrees noseup and reduce power to 200 ft-lbs.
Hold this attitude until the aircraft stalls, characterized by the nose pitching
(a). Level wings.
(b). Add maximum power.
(c). Raise the nose 12 - 15 degrees above the horizon.
(d). Input a slight amount of left rudder.
Do not apply excessive or full rudder because a spin may develop.
UNUSUAL ATTITUDES AND OUT-OF-CONTROL FLIGHT 2-17