CT4 could stalled without restriction. Stabilised erect spins were banned, but the definition of stabilised let you spin it for a few turns. Inverted spins were banned in all types by the RAAF, with the exception that low level display pilots were to be proficient, if it could be safely done in their aircraft. CT4 had an oscillatory erect spin, that could become flat, and so was considered dangerous. Its inverted spin was fast, stable, and quite disorienting.What is the largest aircraft that you get to intentionally do stall recovery?
At what type of aircraft does spin recovery leave the training manual.
Macchi was unrestricted for stalls. Erect spins were lovely, and not restricted. Intentional inverted spins were banned, and dangerous. Both RAAF and RAN lost Macchis from inverted spins.
The A4 could be stalled from normal training setups, but mostly they were stalled from accelerated (high g) scenarios. You lived on the edge of the stall in a dogfight. You did not intentionally spin an A4, either erect or inverted.
You practice stalling in the airliner sims, but never in the aircraft.