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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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This would require certified strategic debriefers to be assigned to support intelligence specifically by using Civil Affairs (primarily white and green) information.
Notably, although the training is split into two phases, the material is identical and graduation confers the same debriefer certification.
After the debriefer completes the debriefing, he or she has to translate the patrol's answers into a quantifiable report.
Soldiers would receive additional institutional training, such as the Basic Counterintelligence Agents Course, Strategic Debriefers Course, and language training.
Defusion and debriefing sessions should be offered and accessible to all involved staff with the support of the ED and facilitated by a trained debriefer.
Clark is a graduate of the Source Operations Course, the Defense Strategic Debriefer Course.
Both peer debriefers coded the first interview transcript, one peer debriefer coded the third transcript, and the other coded the sixth transcript.
Her colleague, staff nurse and veteran debriefer Graham Kerstens, says facilitators must be "comfortable responding to people in heightened emotional states".
Bien sur, il faudra debriefer tout ce qui s'est passe en vue du prochain championnat d'Europe (organise en 2020 dans 13 villes de 13 pays differents, ndlr), a-t-il poursuivi.
The skill of the debriefer has been shown to improve the level of learner reflection and learning outcomes (Husebo, Dieckmann, Rystedt, Soreide, & Friberg, 2013; Tannenbaum & Cerasoli, 2012).
A peer debriefer, who was uninformed about multicultural counseling literature and the interview data, was invited to visually code and analyze the data.
Some specific strategies included keeping a reflexive journal, working with a peer debriefer, member checking, triangulating data sources, and providing thick description of the data (Lincoln & Guba, 1985).