Airliners stall, really they do, and pilots find themselves in unusual attitudes more often than you think. This instance was during a test flight where the pilots were pushing the aircraft to the limits of its flight envelope. The buffet, stall and break happened within one second. The high fives after recovery and resumption of controlled flight suggest that the break was not exactly planned but these test pilots are pros and followed a mental checklist to recover. Can you pick out the steps the pilots took to recover? How does their recovery compare with the same event happening in one our PA-28 Archers, or in a Cessna 172?