antitorque pedals

The foot pedals used by the helicopter pilot to control the pitch of the anti-torque (tail rotor) of a single-rotor helicopter. The antitorque pedals allow the pilot to control the movement of the helicopter (yaw) about its vertical axis.
Layout of various controls in a helicopter cockpit.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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