Recognizing and knowing how to recover from stalls and spins can mean the difference between life and death in the air. This instructional manual provides accurate, hard-to-find information on stall and spin awareness, recovery procedures, and avoidance methods. One full chapter is also dedicated to how to teach these life-saving techniques. Drawing on his experience as an aerobaticist, the author shares firsthand knowledge about slipping and skidding turn avoidance, emergency spin recovery procedures, disorientation, uses and effects of aircraft controls, secondary stalls, and pilot indecision. Photographs are effectively used to help readers visualize critical positions.