So I had a guy call me up last week saying he needed spin recovery and upset training as a requirement for his job. When I asked him what he was doing he said "I'll tell you more in person." So I book him in the Super D to do what he wants and we conducted the flight a couple of days ago. When we sat down he told me that he was flying a King Air full of skydivers when he got slow, stalled and started to spin. The jumpers got out but he wasn't able to recover the spin until around 1,000 feet. When he landed he noticed the right horizontal stab was missing. I almost didn't believe the story until he showed me pics. Here is the NTSB prelim: http://www.ntsb.gov/_layouts/ntsb.aviation/brief.aspx?ev_id=20160724X01920&key= I'll try to get pics of it missing the stab, it's pretty crazy.