Are there any fixed wing aircraft that will not exceed Vne if they are taken to their ceiling, engine is pulled to idle or shut down, and then the nose is pointed straight down? Lets assume they are going to pull out of this dive to level flight above sea level without overloading the airframe, which clearly limits the time/distance of the vertical dive.
Are there any aircraft that would not exceed their Vne (and engine speed limits!) in the same scenario as above, but with the engine controls at full power?
If there are aircraft where this is true, are they military fighter aircraft, or are there other (surprising) examples of civilian aircraft where this is true?
This question comes from the realization that aerobatics (and spins, and things like spatial disorientation) can lead to an attitudes with the nose pitched quite down, and in that attitude speed builds quite quickly in many aircraft to speeds above Va, which means pulling out of the dive could easily overstess the airframe. At the same time, not pulling out could also cross Vne and probably continue to increase through any design margin to where the airframe is also overstressed by "forward" (downward) airspeed. Which got me to wondering "are there 1-2 person aerobatic training aircraft out there where this is just not a concern, because the airframe is strong enough and has so much drag?"