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Immelmann

[im-uh l-mahn, -muh n] /ˈɪm əlˌmɑn, -mən/
noun
1.
a maneuver in which an airplane makes a half loop, then resumes its normal, level position by making a half roll: used to gain altitude while turning to fly in the opposite direction.
Also called Immelmann turn.
Origin
1915-1920
1915-20; after Max Immelmann (1890-1916), German aviator of World War I, who is said to have devised it
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Immelmann turn

/ˈɪməlˌmɑːn; -mən/
noun
1.
an aircraft manoeuvre used to gain height while reversing the direction of flight. It consists of a half loop followed by a half roll
Word Origin
C20: named after Max Immelmann (1890–1916), German aviator
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