Old 1st Aug 2018, 15:53
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Originally Posted by G0ULI View Post
There is only one possible method of recovery from a deep stall, which involves banking the aircraft 90 and pointing the nose down.
By definition a deep stall means the wings are stalled, so no roll control, and the tail is blanked, so no pitch control. The rudder is also blanked so you can't use rudder to induce a roll. So how does one propose to "bank 90" and "point the nose down" while in a deep stall?

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