You are welcome to copy the following documents authored by Rich Stowell for personal reference under the following conditions:
- All copies (electronic and mechanical) must retain and display the title and authorship (i.e.: “by Rich Stowell”).
- You have read and understand the Legal Notices.
Published Works by Rich
Twelve Stall/Spin Myths – excerpted from Rich’s book, “The Light Airplane Pilot’s Guide to STALL/SPIN AWARENESS”
Guidelines for Pilots Seeking All-Attitude Training – formatted like an Advisory Circular (includes the Memory Aids article listed below)
Supplements/Errata Sheets for Rich’s Products
Getting Ready for Spins DVD Supplement – “How to Shop” plus “Memory Aids” articles combined
Stall/Spin Book Errata Sheet – September 2012
Air Rangers, Air & Space magazine, Allen Abel, May 2012. Article about the unique operating environments of Parks Service pilots, including several paragraphs about the training many of them take with Rich.
Special Airworthiness Bulletin on Design Maneuvering Speed, FAA SAIB CE-11-17, January 2011. From the SAFE Library, has a one-page Prologue authored by Rich.
The Spin Debate: If spins can kill, why aren’t pilots trained to handle them? Air & Space magazine, Joseph Bourque, Nov 2003. Rich and others share their thoughts on spins and spin training.
An Evaluation of Stall/Spin Accidents in Canada, Transport Canada TP13748E, 1999. Includes an important evaluation of risk associated with accidents following engine failure on takeoff.
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