Lessons Delineated Reader Gene Cirillo’s “Some Lessons Lurk” (Oct. 1-14, p. 6), about an F-16 automatic stall recovery system (ASRS), errs on some key points. At the time of the mishap, there was no ASRS feature in the F-16, just 25-deg. angle-of-attack (AOA) and roll-rate limiters.  In that case, the F-16 pilot, while in a turn, rocked his wings vigorously several times to acknowledge the opposing F-15. The mishap jet was carrying ...


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