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1

Upon recognizing a ____ _____ _________, _____ _________, feeling a _____ ______ __________, or feeling _ _____ ______, initiate the _____ ________ _________ __________.

Upon recognizing a SLOW SPEED CONDITION, STALL CONDITION, STICK SHAKER ACTIVATION, or feeling a STALL BUFFET, initiate the STALL RECOVERY PROCEDURE IMMEDIATELY.

2

Altitude loss may be _____________ in order to regain normal airspeed and return the airplane to normal flight.

Altitude loss may be 2,000-4,000 FEET OR MORE in order to regain normal airspeed and return the airplane to normal flight.

3

Once out of the stall, return to a normal flight path. Apply commands ________ to avoid a ________ _______.

Once out of the stall, return to a normal flight path. Apply commands GRADUALLY to avoid a SECONDARY STALL.

4

The emphasis of slow speed stall recovery is to ______ the _____ __ ______ and add ___ _________ ______.

The emphasis of slow speed stall recovery is to REDUCE the ANGLE OF ATTACK and add MAX AVAILABLE THRUST

5

TAKEOFF STALLL RECOVERY - ACTIONS AND CALLOUTS

Notes:
(1) Avoid _____ or _________ pitch control inputs during recovery. Inappropriate recovery inputs can result in a _________ ______.
(2) pm states _______ or _______ based upon the vsi indication until the aircraft has returned to a safe _____ and _____.
(3) When radar altimeter indicates less than __________ and the airplane is descending, the pm calls "descending 700 agl" as an example.

See packet (or SOPM CH 4)
PF (Pilot Flying) & PM (Pilot Monitoring)
Actions and Callouts
- UPON RECOGNIZING A STALL
- DURING STALL RECOVERY
- WHEN RECOVERY IS COMPLETE
Notes:
(1) Avoid ABRUPT or AGGRESSIVE pitch control inputs during recovery. Inappropriate recovery inputs can result in a SECONDARY STALL.
(2) pm states CLIMBING or DESCENDING based upon the vsi indication until the aircraft has returned to a safe AIRSPEED and ALTITUDE.
(3) When radar altimeter indicates less than 1,000' AGL and the airplane is descending, the pm calls "descending 700 agl" as an example.

6

CLEAN STALL RECOVERY - ACTIONS AND CALLOUTS

Notes:
(1) pm states __________ or __________ based upon the vsi indication until the aircraft has returned to a safe _______ and _______.
(2) When radar altimeter indicates less than __________ and the airplane is descending, the pm calls "descending 700 agl" as an example.

See packet (or SOPM CH 4)
PF (Pilot Flying) & PM (Pilot Monitoring)
Actions and Callouts
- UPON RECOGNIZING A STALL
- DURING STALL RECOVERY
- WHEN RECOVERY IS COMPLETE

Notes:
(1) pm states CLIMBING or DESCENDING based upon the vsi indication until the aircraft has returned to a safe AIRSPEED and ALTITUDE.
(2) When radar altimeter indicates less than 1,000' AGL and the airplane is descending, the pm calls "descending 700 agl" as an example.

7

HIGH ALTITUDE STALL RECOVERY - ACTIONS AND CALLOUTS

Notes:
(1) Avoid _______ or __________ pitch control inputs during recovery. Inappropriate recovery inputs can result in a _________ _____.

See packet (or SOPM CH 4)
PF (Pilot Flying) & PM (Pilot Monitoring)
Actions and Callouts
- UPON RECOGNIZING A STALL
- DURING STALL RECOVERY
- WHEN RECOVERY IS COMPLETE

Notes:
(1) Avoid ABRUPT or AGGRESSIVE pitch control inputs during recovery. Inappropriate recovery inputs can result in a SECONDARY STALL.

8

APPROACH TO LANDING STALL - ACTIONS AND CALLOUTS

Notes:
(1) Avoid ______ or __________ pitch control inputs during recovery. Inappropriate recovery inputs can result in a _________ _____.
(2) pm states ________ or __________ based upon the vsi indication until the aircraft has returned to a safe ________ and ________.
(3) When radar altimeter indicates less than _________ and the airplane is descending, the pm calls "descending 700 agl" as an example.

See packet (or SOPM CH 4)
PF (Pilot Flying) & PM (Pilot Monitoring)
Actions and Callouts
- UPON RECOGNIZING A STALL
- DURING STALL RECOVERY
- WHEN RECOVERY IS COMPLETE
Notes:
(1) Avoid ABRUPT or AGGRESSIVE pitch control inputs during recovery. Inappropriate recovery inputs can result in a SECONDARY STALL.
(2) pm states CLIMBING or DESCENDING based upon the vsi indication until the aircraft has returned to a safe AIRSPEED and ALTITUDE.
(3) When radar altimeter indicates less than 1,000' AGL and the airplane is descending, the pm calls "descending 700 agl" as an example.