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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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Most random-assignment studies of individuals who have suffered accidents, assaults, or burns show the same degree of improvement, whether patients were debriefed in a one-on-one session by a therapist or instead received general support or no intervention at all.
A skillfully performed debriefing also can ward off a potential protest by an unsuccessful offeror to the agency, the General Accounting Office (GAO), or the United States Court of Federal Claims whereby the agency allays the debriefed offeror's concerns about possible prejudicial error in the evaluation or selection decision.
The 24 crew members were debriefed after they were released following 11 days of detention in China, the spokesman said.
But they were having to wait while Special Branch officers debriefed the passengers, taking 10 minutes per person.
Dr Jo Rick, of the Institute for Employment Studies, said interviews with people involved in car accidents found that those who were debriefed took longer to recover from the trauma.
Early Wednesday, district officials debriefed all individuals involved, and plan to do a thorough check of the wood shop to prevent such accidents from occurring again, DePasquale said.
Employees should not be debriefed at their own facility or by other staff members.