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==Definition==
 
==Definition==
Minimum control speed in the air, with one engine inoperative (critical engine on two engine airplanes), operating engine(s) takeoff power, maximum of 5 degrees bank into the good engine(s).
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Vmca is defined as the minimum control speed in the air, with one engine inoperative (critical engine on two engine airplanes), operating engine(s) takeoff power, maximum of 5 degrees bank into the good engine(s).


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