Hardly: West Caribbean MD-82 in 2005, Air France A-330 in 2009, Pinnacle CRJ-200 in 2004, Air New Zealand A-320 2008. Shocking isn't it? Understanding of the stall and practice of full stalls and oscillation stalls (in appropriate aircraft) is part of proper upset recovery training. Understanding comes and, most importantly, fear leaves. What pilot in his "right mind" would have caused these accidents? Pilots with panicked minds did. What a shame and an embarrassment.