unbriefed

unbriefed

(ʌnˈbriːft)
adj
not instructed or briefed
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Between ill-timed phone calls with unbriefed staff to arranging agendas and meetings, the challenges these relationships can present are varied and numerous.
The pilot, who had a history of flying unbriefed air combat maneuvers (ACM) in the T-34, then headed for a nearby lake where he flew just feet above the water for nearly a minute.
The Hummer is a slow airplane, but I didn't realize how slow we were until we were at 20 degrees of flaps and flying some great unintentional, unbriefed, and incredibly dissimilar cruise form with a helicopter.
In addition, several squadron members reported flying with or witnessing similar unbriefed, high-angle-of-bank maneuvers several times on flights prior to the mishap flight.
He comes to many meetings unbriefed and unaware of the content.
The report cited "the incorrect operation and conduct of the flight by the flight crew, in adverse weather, and the unplanned and unbriefed diversion to Rome's Fiumicino Airport" as the main causes of the incident.
Instead of answering the limited question before us--whether the BIA's denial of asylum to the unmarried partners of women forced to undergo abortions or sterilization was unreasonable--the majority has chosen to go beyond it to address an issue that is unbriefed, unargued, and unnecessary to resolve this appeal.
Just as Judge Katzmann declared, Judges Sotomayor and Pooler found that the majority chose "to go far beyond [the limited question before the court] to address an issue that is unbriefed, unargued, and unnecessary to resolve this appeal.
AFI 11-214 states to KIO if "an unbriefed or unscheduled flight enters the working area and is detrimental to the safe conduct of the mission.
An off the cuff interview given by an unbriefed employee to a journalist looking for a story on a quiet news day can create a catastrophe out of a crisis.
It said that no matter how apparently senseless a governmental policy seemed to the unbriefed, there was certain knowledge, forbidden to all but our self-selecting guardians, in which lay the necessary components of reason.
The pilot then entered a second post-stall gyration at 22,000 feet, utilizing unbriefed, cross-controlled inputs; booting full left rudder and holding the stick fully to the right.