by Charles Gulick
|North Position: 15023||Rudder: 32767|
|East Position: 6144||Ailerons: 32767|
|Altitude: 761||Flaps: 0|
|Pitch: 8||Elevators: 37375|
|Bank: 0||Time: 15:30|
|Heading: 0||Season: 2-Spring|
|Airspeed: 65||Wind: 4 Kts, 0
|On takeoff from Fallbrook
Community Airpark, Fallbrook, California,
your engine quits just as you retract your flaps. There is only one
thing you can do to avoid nosing into the runway: Try to make a normal
landing straight ahead.
You can land safely in both the Cessna and the Piper. But in this particular simulation, a very different technique works best for each.
Now, when you go back to have a word with the mechanic, please be pleasant.