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The information found at this site should be used as a general guide only and not as the ultimate source of aeronautical principles or procedures. This site is designed to complement and supplement aviation publications and formal flight instruction.
Stalls, spins, inverted, and other unusual attitudes, whether intentional or unintentional, may be life threatening. The information presented herein is not a substitute for actual flight training or for proficiency in the maneuvers and techniques described. The author and publisher strongly recommend that you receive hands-on flight training only from certified flight instructors experienced in the procedures and programs outlined herein, using only approved, well maintained, and properly loaded airplanes with appropriate safety equipment–including parachutes when appropriate–before attempting any maneuvers referenced at this site.
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