Unusual Attitude Training offered by new Stallion 51 company
November 8, 2012, 03:06 pm
Stallion 51 recently announced that it will be offering Unusual Attitude Training, under a new company name that goes by U?T, with its uniquely equipped L-39 turbojet.
“Our new Upset Prevention and Recovery Training Program definitely raises the bar even higher for pilots who fly for a living and under all types of conditions,” said Lee Lauderback, Stallion 51’s president. The former chief pilot for golf legend Arnold Palmer noted that the curriculum has been five years in the making. “We now have a comprehensive program that covers all areas of prevention, recognition and recovery from unusual attitudes of flying.”
Lauderback added the FAA definition of unusual attitudes is a position in excess of 25 degrees nose up, 10 degrees nose down and 45 degrees of bank angle but that every pilot's actual definition varies based on personal experiences.
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