More Rigor In stall Training

I was both intrigued and appalled to read “Stall Tales” (AW&ST March 24, p. 37). During WW II, Stall/spin recovery was taught in a cadet screening program. All students received 10 hr. of dual-flight instruction in a Piper J3. Stall/spin recovery was part of the first lesson. For most, it occurred...

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