A Beech B-60 Duke (N39AG) was destroyed and its two occupants killed on March 4, 2017, about 1330 EST undertaking what should have been a safety refresher. The airplane spiraled out of control, crashed and burned during stall recovery practice near Duette, Florida. On board were an experienced private-pilot owner and a 20,900-hr. flight instructor who seems to have been directing non-standard and unsafe stall recovery practices. The VFR flight had departed Sarasota-Bradenton International ...

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