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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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Prior to running a team debrief, there are a few conditions that will greatly increase the likelihood of success.
Especially in the case of simulation exercises like MEET, the goal of the debrief session is not to artificially reduce the complexity of the real world on which the exercise is based, but to help the trainees get better at navigating that complexity.
Data were also collected on the number of Debrief surveys submitted for those months and associated percentage of surveys completed.
But a big part of the post-flight debrief is to positively recognize the good parts of your flying--which is the "experience" you're trying to reinforce.
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."
He said: "We'll be doing a debrief of the Six Nations and then I'll be meeting with Mark Dodson to go through that.
It has been suggested that a debrief as simple as a positive comment about something done well, can become very powerful when repeated after each case, and can lead to a more positive working team (France et al 2008).
The 'debrief is a common form of retrospective analysis of critical incidents in nursing and the health professions, but its potential for nurse education has not been fully recognised.
The 'debrief' is a common form of retrospective analysis of critical incidents in nursing and the health professions (Ireland et al 2008), but its potential for nurse education has not been fully recognised.
A collaborative flight brief and debrief capability was installed to support electronic, secure activities between user selected Ready Rooms and the aircraft Carrier Intelligence Center (CVIC).
With the majority of the personnel who work for McLaren of English origin, the team's post-qualifying debrief will likely be held over for a couple of hours, allowing Hamilton and Button the opportunity to catch the match.