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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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A properly functioning trauma membrane, in Lindy's sense, might well act to keep debriefers away.
The insider as debriefer may comprehend what the student and the research participants are saying without elaborate explanations and may be able to connect data to conceptual ideas in the field.
The role of the peer debriefer included exploring the senior author's biases, discussing research journal notes, clarifying interpretations, and playing the role of devil's advocate (Hanson & Newburg, 1992).
Feedback and insights with regard to data collection procedures, coding development, formation of conceptual linkages, alternate interpretations, overall representation of the data, and conducting a focus group interview were obtained from the peer debriefer.
Still, this very access that Civil Affairs personnel enjoy cannot be overemphasized, and a debriefer assigned to support a specific white and green mission would be invaluable to both the IC and CA communities respectively.
The peer debriefer helped to identify biases and clarify interpretations of inquiry.
Intelligence Center transitioned the Source Operations Course, Defense Strategic Debriefer Course (DSDC), and Enhanced Analysis and Interrogation Training to HT-JCOE in a phased manner.
Given the sheer volume of potential issues and problems facing any new debriefer, it is impossible to cover all possible scenarios necessary to prepare students for the realities of field operations.
The G2 leveraged its Strategic Debriefer to quickly get information of intelligence value into the system.
Jennifer was a debriefer for the Columbine tragedy, and was in the command center of a major organization to provide emotional support to victims of the World Trade Center.
He served in both Munich and Augsburg as the Officer in Charge and Senior Strategic Debriefer, increasing the quality and quantity of intelligence reporting during the fiercest fighting in the former Yugoslavia.