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debrief

i. A review, carried out on the ground after the flight or sortie, of events or procedures during the flight.
ii. To interrogate aircrew after the mission to obtain maximum useful information.
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To install, search for the Duncan Debrief in Apple s App Store and download it bytapping the Free button.
Occasionally, the debrief reveals a situation or issue that should be shared beyond just the flight members.
The forum's own policy states that the debrief should take place no later than four weeks after the "life-saving and rescue phase" of the emergency.
After a lengthy debrief with CAG and his CO that night, the strike lead reflected on the entire mission.
Firms debrief staff because they think it will help them recover quicker - but there is a lack of evidence that it is effective.
However, since our experience is mostly anecdotal, we plan to implement an outcome measure or tool to systematically evaluate team members' attitudes and perceptions of ethics debrief sessions.
For example, the experienced student Soldier fresh from an Iraq deployment assists the newly hired DIA student preparing for a debrief session on Iraqi atmospheric or human terrain issues.
During your first Tactical Aircrew Combat Training System (TACTS) debrief, did you notice any differences between the actual event and what you remembered?
A Foreign Office spokesman said the purpose of the debrief was to establish what had happened because, so far, they were relying on Iraqi sources, which "were not exactly cordial.
SimView: SimView--which will be the next generation AVS--is an audio/video system that captures video of the simulation activities, simulator log files, and vital signs from the advanced patient simulators so that simulation instructors can debrief students on their educational experiences with simulation activities.
However, the participants stressed that the time available for faculty to debrief fully and to learn to debrief adequately is limited.
Like the standard version of SimCapture, Ultraportable is able to centralize data and video seamlessly via SimBridge, meaning learners can debrief on the spot, or from any networked location.