For your SA we had an P-3 Class A today (not a mishap but by the material condition of the aircraft they are calling it a class A). Here’s the preliminary info I have:
At Whidbey, BN 161331 was doing a FCF and shut down #1 engine, with #1 off, #2 engine exhibited vibrations and was shutdown. With two engines off on the same side the aircraft stalled and was recovered at 100 feet. 7 G’s were reported to pull it out of the stall. The aircraft landed safely.
A quibble: Aircraft don’t stall. People stall aircraft.
Wouldn’t have wanted to clean the mess up back in the tube. Port’o potties ain’t in it.