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Minimum Control Speed Ground

Ground minimum control speed, Vmcg (88 KIAS), is is the minimum controllable speed during the take-off run, at which, when an engine is failed
it is possible to maintain directional control using only primary aerodynamic controls without deviating more than 25 feet laterally with all three wheels on the runway. The speed is established with the remaining engine at the take-off thrust setting,
the aircraft loaded at the most unfavorable weight and center of gravity and the aircraft trimmed for take-off, without without exceeding 180 pounds of rudder control force by the pilot with the rudder boost system operating. Conditions of crosswind and RCR may increase Vmcg.
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