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PTS CFI CFII (2) (2)

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FAA-S-8081-6D 146 i. excessive altitude loss or excessive airspeed during recovery. j. secondary stall during recovery. 3. Demonstrates and simultaneously explains power-on stalls, in climbing flight (straight or turning), with selected landing gear and flap configurations, from an instructional standpoint. 4. Analyzes and corrects simulated common errors related to power-on stalls, in climbing flight (straight and turning), with selected landing gear and flap configurations. Task C: Power-Off Stalls (AMEL and AMES) References: FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-S-8081-12, FAA-S-ACS-6; POH/AFM. Objective: To determine that the applicant: 1. Exhibits instructional knowledge of the elements of power- off stalls, in descending flight (straight or turning), with selected landing gear and flap configurations by describing: a. aerodynamics of power-off stalls. b. relationship of various factors, such as landing gear and flap configuration, weight, center of gravity, load factor, and bank angle to stall speed. c. flight situations where unintentional power-off stalls may occur. d. entry technique and minimum entry altitude. e. performance of power-off stalls in descending flight (straight or turning). f. coordination of flight controls. g. recognition of the first indications of power-off stalls. h. recovery technique and minimum recovery altitude. 2. Exhibits instructional knowledge of common errors related to power-off stalls, in descending flight (straight or turning), with selected landing gear and flap configurations by describing: a. failure to establish the specified landing gear and flap configuration prior to entry. b. improper pitch, yaw, and bank control during straight- ahead stalls. c. improper pitch, yaw, and bank control during turning stalls. d. rough and/or uncoordinated use of flight controls. e. failure to recognize the first indications of a stall. f. failure to achieve a stall.

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