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FAQ #16: Length of Training Days & Flights
How long does a full Upset Prevention and Recovery Training course take? Read More
FAQ #4 - Height, Weight & Other Options
QUESTION: "What are my options if I don't meet height & weight restrictions?... And, do you have other programs I can ...
FAQ #1: APS Instructor Qualifications
QUESTION: "What are the credentials of the instructors? ... And, how many years have you been teaching this stuff?" Read M...
Fundamentals: Repetition to Proficiency
Upset Prevention & Recovery Training Fundamentals: Repetition to Proficiency. Read More
Fundamentals of Upset Recovery: Planned Approach
Fundamentals of Upset Recovery: Planned Approach Read More
Fundamentals of Upset Recovery: Startle Factor
Video on Fundamentals of Upset Recovery: Startle Factor Read More
Fundamental Upset Recovery Elements: Academics
Video on Fundamental Upset Recovery Elements: Academics Read More
What's The Big Deal About Angle of Attack?
As opposed to picking “one” aerodynamic component as “the” critical factor in upset recoveries, a thorough discussion...
Three Critical Angles
Whether we are professional pilots or weekend warriors heading off for $100 hamburgers on Saturday morning excursions, it is ...
Spinning Normal Category Aircraft - What’s the Risk?
The Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) plays a critical role in ensuring every pilot being instructed and evaluated by them is...
All-Attitude Upset Recovery
Original APS Press Release | Aerospace & Defense News Release | AVweb News | Military & Aerospace Release The FULL V...
LESSONS LEARNED : DC-8 MISHAP ON 22 DECEMBER 1996
On December 22, 1996, an Airborne Express DC-8 N827AX with 6 crewmembers on board (3 flight crew and 3 maintenance/avionics t...
Recovering from the dive
TOPIC: AVOIDING THE GROUND WHILE KEEPING THE WINGS ATTACHED   Written by: Karl “Schlimmer” Schlimm APS Emergenc...
FORMATION FLYING
Formation flying is fun and inherently dangerous when you are flying with another aircraft only a few feet apart. For those w...
Traffic Pattern Stalls
This article focuses on the skidded stall in the traffic pattern. The skidded stall is one of two classic cross-controlled st...