It’s been my experience that if your engine dies and you WANT to stop the prop from windmilling, you have to nose up, kill off some speed, and let it stop. Then if you want to start it again, you have to dive to get enough wind moving to spin it again.
all from the comfort of your cabin.
You need to do what you need to do.
Airshow scene, quite the impressive one. The pilot was a B-24 pilot from WWII.
The engine was not stalled. In this day and age I find it sad that the myth of the stalled engine is still prevalent. So much for education.
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