Only 6 inches long, the simple triangular “thingamabob” made the Corsair behave predictably, that is to say, stall symmetrically, which lowered aviators’ blood pressure significantly. (Flying Heritage and Combat Armor Museum photo)

Spoiler alert: Corsair’s contraption solved lift loss problem

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