battlefield recovery

battlefield recovery

[′bad·əl‚fēld ri′kəv·rē]
(ordnance)
Removal of disabled or abandoned material, either enemy or friendly, from the battlefield and moving it to a recovery collecting point or to a maintenance or supply establishment.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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World War II: Battlefield Recovery Channel 5, 7.05pm This archaeology and history show, originally titled Nazi War Diggers, follows a four-man team of preservationists as they explore the less well-documented war zones of the bloody Eastern Front in an effort to excavate and preserve the forgotten battle relics.
WORLD WAR II: BATTLEFIELD RECOVERY Channel 5, 7.05pm This archaeology and history show, follows a four-man team of preservationists as they explore the less well-documented war zones of the bloody Eastern Front in an effort to excavate and preserve the forgotten battle relics.
The TRADOC Program Office (TPO) for Battlefield Recovery and Executive Agency for BDAR has developed a new and improved BDAR kit for all ground combat and tactical systems.
Scenarios included battlefield recovery and evacuation.
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