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V-G Diagram Discussion with APS Training

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Please review the video training sessions below for a detailed overview of the meaning of the V-G Diagram as it relates to upset recovery, stall/spin and unusual attitude training in any fixed wing aircraft.

V-G Diagram Discussion - APS Emergency Maneuver Training | APS Emergency Maneuver Training

 

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Essential stuff , separates high G stall from structural failure modes, something I wasn't sensitive to

 

 

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Was very educational:thumb_up:

 

Thank you

 

H

 

 

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Thx DJP,

 

Good stuff

 

Cheers

 

Jack

 

 

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The subject is thoroughly covered, and it is essential knowledge for pilots like us. Many think of a stall as a high nose attitude and/or a set speed, which is a dangerous concept, The structural loads effect is an obvious parallel subject to be conveniently dealt with at the same time, but he is hardly a ball of fire to listen to. I nearly fell asleep a couple of times

 

 

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