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  1. You will recover from
    power-on stalls when control effectiveness is lost.  Control effectiveness is lost when: (3-3 para
    5.2.)
    • the nose drops
    • an unplanned rolling motion
  2. During power-on stalls,
    adjust the PCL to _____ to _____ % torque prior to the first indication of a
    stall.
    30, 60
  3. To execute a straight-ahead,
    power-on stall, raise the nose to a pitch attitude between _____ and _____
    degrees. (3-3 para 5.2.1.)
    15, 40
  4. For a turning, power-on
    stall, the bank is _____ to _____ degrees. (3-3 para 5.2.2.)
    20, 30
  5. T or F: If a stall indication
    actually occurs in the traffic pattern, make no attempt to comply with the
    normal ground track? (3-3 para 5.4.)
    True
  6. What is the power setting
    required when recovering from an undershooting, overshooting, or landing
    attitude stall? (3-3 para 5.4.2.)
    Max
  7. How do you know you have
    entered a secondary stall? (3-3 para 5.5.)
    • Aircraft buffet
    • Nose stops tracking
  8. Select the airspeed range for
    slow flight using flaps. (3-3 para 5.6.1.)
    80-85
  9. Select the airspeed range for
    slow flight no flaps. (3-3 para 5.6.1.)
    90-95
  10. T or F: During a nose-low
    recovery, do not apply back stick pressure unless the wings are less than 90
    degrees to the horizon? (3-3 para 5.9.1.)
    True
  11. T or F:  During a nose-low recovery, the recovery
    should not involve the use of maximum allowable G-forces unless the altitude
    available for recovery is critical. (3-3 para 5.9.1.)
    True
  12. Select the power setting for
    a nose-high recovery at 150 knots and slowing. (3-3 para 5.10.1.)
    Max
  13. Select the objective of the
    loop. (3-3 para 5.14.)
    Constant nose track
  14. Select the objective of the
    aileron roll. (3-3 para 5.15.)
    Maintain a desired rate of roll
  15. What is your initial pitch
    setting for a split-s? (3-3 para 5.16.)
    20
  16. What is your pitch setting at
    the beginning of a chandelle? (3-3 para 5.17.)
    15 degrees nose low
  17. Which aerobatic maneuver
    describes a circle around a point? (3-3 para 5.18)
    Barrel Roll
  18. During a cloverleaf, as the
    aircraft reaches _____ degrees of pitch, begin a coordinated roll towards the
    90 degree reference point. (3-3 para 5.19.2.)
    45
  19. What is your maximum bank in
    a lazy-eight? (3-3 para 5.20.4.)
    80-90 degrees
  20. T or F: An Immelmann is
    complete after a momentary pause in level flight following the rollout?
    True
  21. During a cuban-eight, after
    passing through inverted level flight, relax backpressure approaching _____
    degrees below the horizon and execute a half roll in either direction.
    45
  22. During an intentional spin
    entry, when do you select idle power? (3-3 para 5.24.1.)
    At or before the first stall indication
  23. T or F: Proceed with the spin
    recovery procedure after the spin has reached steady-state? (3-3 para 5.25.1.)
    False

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