DescriptionDemonstrate the transition from cruise flight to critically low airspeed in a cross controlled configuration, ie; base-to-final turn. ObjectiveEmphasize the importance of using coordinated control pressures whenever making turns, especially when turning base-to-final. Procedure• Complete pre-maneuver checklist. Clear the area. Make radio calls as appropriate. Maintain 2300 RPM and approximately 90 KIAS.• Establish approach speed. Apply carburetor heat, reduce power to 1500 RPM and gradually apply back pressure on yoke to maintain altitude and reduce airspeed. Upon reaching (85 KIAS) lower full flaps to 30° or 40° in increments and slow to a simulated approach speed of 60 KIAS. Maintain 60 KIAS by pitching down with the yoke.• Simulate base-to-final turn. Turn 25º-30º in either direction.• Input cross control configuration. Simultaneously: Apply excessive rudder pressure in the direction of the turn, use opposite aileron to prevent overbanking, and continually increase back pressure until first indication of stall is reached.• Recovery. Simultaneously relax back pressure, add full power, turn carb heat off and roll wings level while maintaining coordination. Accelerate and climb out at or as specified. ACS Standards• The applicant demonstrates the ability to identify, assess and mitigate risks, encompassing: secondary stalls, accelerated stalls, cross-control stalls.