recovery vehicle


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recovery vehicle

In combat search and rescue, the vehicle (aircraft, maritime, or land), on which isolated personnel are boarded and transported from the pickup site.
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We used a recovery vehicle and he was dropped off at the nearest point of safety.
Sutil's car was still being removed from the area when Bianchi reached the scene of the accident and he hit the recovery vehicle, with the race being red-flagged shortly afterwards on lap 46.
Sutil's car was still being removed from the area when Bianchi (pictured right) reached the scene of the accident and he hit the recovery vehicle, the race being red-flagged shortly afterwards on lap 46.
The Indian national was working in a car-towing company and owned a recovery vehicle while the second accused, the Pakistan national helped him stealing the cars.
Stewart, 30, said: "The guy had got himself wedged between the car and his recovery vehicle and the car was about to slip off the side of the truck on to the road below.
John Saunders said his new flagship was the biggest Volvo recovery vehicle built for UK roads.
Keith Holland, VT Critical Services Technical Director, says the Commander Pioneer is the largest recovery vehicle ever purchased for the fleet, adding that the group already operates Dyson vehicles with other customers.
there will be a program for the public that will include a hands-on demonstration of the "T2" recovery vehicle.
Surrey Police have also confirmed that the recovery vehicle was set up to seat seven people, one driver and six passengers, safely and with proper seat belts.
It's hard to keep track of what the best recovery vehicle is if you take advantage of all these new things.
WASHINGTON -- An aging fleet of combat search and rescue helicopters is leading Air Force officials on a quest for a new personnel recovery vehicle.
A six-year-old boy was fighting for his life last night after he suffered serious head injuries when he was struck by the mechanism of a recovery vehicle being operated by his father.