deep stall

deep stall

A condition associated with the T-tail configuration, in which there is a rapid increase in the angle of attack to an extent that the horizontal tail is unable to provide sufficient longitudinal control. Also called a locked-in stall.
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1 configuration by providing simplified launch, deep stall landing, all-environment capability, longer endurance, updated sensor payloads and operation using Lockheed Martin's mobile ground control system.
Recovery involves a deep stall maneuver, landing on a small inflatable cushion.
This action recovered the aircraft from the deep stall.
Whereas the Pointer makes a soft horizontal landing (facilitated by having the propeller in a pusher arrangement behind the high-set wing), the Raven is recovered by inducing a deep stall, leading to a vertical landing.
A deep stall recovery allows the drone to be retrieved accurately, which is vital in special operations.
Upon landing the Pointer performs a deep stall and falls vertically, retaining its equilibrium to the land softly.

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