stall turn


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stall turn

An aerobatic maneuver in which the aircraft is pulled up into a vertical climb, the throttles are pulled back, and then the full rudder is applied to one side. The aircraft cartwheels to one side at a near zero IAS (indicated air speed) and recovers in a dive 180° to the original direction. See also hammer stall. Also called fall off on a wing
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I shot up in front of the formation, did a stall turn and then carried out a third attack on the same aircraft.
The team performs the formations of syncro cross, cross over break, Arrow, Stall turn.
We did a stall turn, where he flew straight up, and then banked right to turn sideways at 180 degrees and back down towards the ground.
These manoeuvres will include loops, rolls, stall turns and even inverted flight.
The biplane manoeuvres include loops, rolls, stall turns and inverted flight while the aircraft is moving up to 150 mph and a 'G' force of up to 4G.
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I'll do loops and stall turns where I take the aircraft up vertically until it nearly stalls and then fly it back down towards the ground until I get it under control again.
Barrel rolls, stall turns, loop the loops, inverted high-speed passes, 400mph dives and 4G turns were the order of the day.
As a warm-up exercise before the wing walk, I went to Wellesbourne airfield and while inside the plane did a number of manoeuvres include stall turns and loop-the-loop.