Archive for November, 2015

Spin Recovery

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

Hi Friends,

Jay is my son and works in our tech support department. He has always been adventuresome.

During this past year or so Jay earned his private pilot license. He also became a ground instructor. He has nearly completed his instrument rating, his instructor’s certification and his commercial license. Quite an accomplishment in a short time. I am very proud.

One last obstacle in his training is “spin recovery.” Years ago every pilot was taught spin recovery. Today only instructors take this training.

A spin occurs when an airplane stops flying (stalls). When the plane stops flying the nose drops and the plane corkscrews towards the ground. This is normally accompanied by stark terror and loud gasping for air. But not for a trained pilot.

The trained pilot knows to recover:
1. set power to idle
2. turn the yoke to neutral
3. full rudder in the opposite direction of the spin
4. elevator full forward to break the spin
5. wait for the plane to recover

There is no other way to recover from a spin. The things you need to do to recover from a spin are simple but they are not intuitive. In order to break the spin you need to follow the procedure. It is the only way to get the needed result.

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Best Wishes,

Manzie R Lawfer