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    Videos: Stalls, Incipient Spins, and Recoveries from Inverted

    Now that the aerobatic season has wrapped in the Pacific Northwest, I have a little more time to work on videos. I've edited a series of short (< 3 min) videos that show a variety of stalls, incipient spins, and recoveries from inverted. I recorded these segments during flights with one of my stall/spin/upset recovery customers this summer.

    Background and all the videos are at my blog, here. More of my videos are available on my YouTube channel, BruceAirFlying.

    Here's a sample--Turning (Accelerated Stalls):


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    Thanks for posting the video and video link, Bruce. I enjoyed watching them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceAir View Post
    Now that the aerobatic season has wrapped in the Pacific Northwest, I have a little more time to work on videos. I've edited a series of short (< 3 min) videos that show a variety of stalls, incipient spins, and recoveries from inverted. I recorded these segments during flights with one of my stall/spin/upset recovery customers this summer.

    Background and all the videos are at my blog, here. More of my videos are available on my YouTube channel, BruceAirFlying.

    Here's a sample--Turning (Accelerated Stalls):

    Great videos! As an aerobatic newbie, I found them very educational. Thanks for sharing them.

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    I recently added several new stall/spin videos and collected them in a playlist on my YouTube channel. For more information, see my blog, here.

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    So may we assume that there is general permission to play these videos at a chapter meeting or to a safety seminar audience?

    Thanks,

    Wes
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    I use the videos in presentations that I give as a FAASTeam representative. They are public. I just hope that folks understand the value and importance of getting competent flight instruction in an appropriate aircraft.

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    If they are public you might consider using a Creative Commons license to protect your work. In essense they allow you to share your work without giving up ownership rights to what would otherwise be copywrited material.

    https://creativecommons.org/

    Wikipedia does a fine job of breaking down the types and reasons for a Creative Commons

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Commons_license

    I'm not trying to imply that you have to use one of these, or even that you should, just putting the information out there, as I've been burned by posting information to the web in the past and later seeing it used verbatim by another and claiming it as original work. Just food for thought

    Nicholas

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    Thanks for the affirmative response. I periodically host an aerobatic safety seminar and as part of the explanation of what the word might look like when you blow a figure, and why you want to get instruction, I show some videos of what the pilot sees in upright and inverted spins. I can use some of the video on your web site.

    Thanks,

    Wes

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