Originally Posted by Concours77
Has anyone ever assembled a chronology based solely on what the pilots had to work with?
It has always bothered me "...pulled the whole time into Stall...." When they may have had little or no data?
In my opinion, a pilot pulling on their stick during cruise should have no trouble imagining that they will climb, at first.
And they should be very well aware of the fact that they could very rapidly climb above their performance ceiling as well. (as other problems)
This problem is much more common than you'd imagine.
Angle of attack protection laws (or systems) are activated unvoluntarily much more often than you'd imagine !