Loss of power on takeoff. Mitigating the accident that follows means changing your expectations. So, step one is to talk to yourself and be expecting it: "There's the engine failure. Push." When you hear the pitch change in the engine, push the nose forward, and unload the wing. As demonstrated in the video, within six seconds the airplane approaches a stall in the Piper Cherokee used in the flight review, if the wing isn't unloaded. "If you're totally not expecting it, your 286 computer stops computing," says Gryder.