The stall turn (or hammerhead) is a common turnaround maneuver for aircraft and consists of a loop with a vertical up-line. At the top of the up-line, the plane stops and pivots around its center of gravity, then it flies a vertical downline and the maneuver ends with another loop. Stall turns are featured in nearly every aerobatic sequence, from basic to unlimited. While this maneuver may seem fairly easy, it can be a challenge...
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