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Power-on Stalls
2010-03-18

Power-on Stalls No lower that 1500'
Takeoff configuration
Induce stall with heading maintained + 10 degrees when inducing stall with wings level
Turning stall no more than 20 degrees of bank + 10 degrees
Recognizes and announces first control decay and buffet
Recovers immediately after stall occurrence
Recover to altitude, heading and airspeed specified (Vy).
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