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debrief

noun examine, gain information, gain knowlldge, get briefing, inquire, interrogate, investigate, quiz, scrutinize
Associated concepts: counterintelligence, espionage, interrogation, terrorism
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Newsstand lets us easily deliver the latest edition of the Duncan Debrief, says Duncan Aviation Marketing Communications Manager Lori Johnson.
Then begins the long debrief process of identifying camps, routes, contacts, weaponry and IS commanders from photographs.
STANDARD: Debrief a person just returned from a foreign country.
The mission debrief is a key element of a fighter pilot's cultural DNA.
Sparkes will now meet the British Swimming athlete leadership group next month to update on actions from the debrief report and to ensure enhanced two-way communication with the group.
When we sit down with the engineers it will be linked up in their room, but I don't think we'll be able to do the debrief until after the game.
He said: "We have all done the internal debriefs now and as it was a big incident involving all agencies, we have taken the lead from the floods in Carlisle, where a Government Office representative led the debrief.
The Grand Slam champions' end of tour debrief after runaway victories over the USA Eagles and Canada ended with some words and video clips from last autumn's narrow defeat by the All Blacks.
During the past couple of years, I have taken some graduate classes in which all I heard was "debrief, debrief, and debrief.
30am: Presentation followed by team debrief - improvements to be made, timings, style, detail.
In synergy with our intelligence sourcing article It's not what You do, it's how you do it in this issue, Teac offers an upgrade to standard mission debriefing with its PC-based digital Mission Data Debrief Software (MDDS) system, which provides automatic synchronised playback control of digital Mpeg-2 audio/video files.
We had an extensive debrief afterward--all the more grueling for our lieutenant junior grade because the event was eventually cancelled for weather.