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n. Informal

re′con′ adj.


short for reconnaissancethe smallest genetic unit capable of recombining
short for reconditioned or reconstructed



n., v. -conned, -con•ning. n.
1. reconnaissance.
v.t., v.i.
2. to reconnoiter.
[1915–20, Amer.; by shortening]
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Develop checklists to complete various types of recons.
Because many of today's military missions initially occur in countries with underdeveloped lines of communication, engineers must be well-trained in the vital mission of route recon. This article highlights some of the important doctrine, training, leader development, organization, materiel, and soldier (DTLOMS) issues as well as lessons we learned concerning route recon.
Gilbraith joins RECON with 30 years of industrial experience, including oversight and management of private and federal sector environmental, geotechnical and demolition projects and programs.
The purpose of present study is to verify the theoretical advantages of the Recon nail over the dynamic hip screw device and also whether it actually alters the eventual functional outcome of the patient.
"Recon 2 allows biomedical researchers to study the human metabolic network with more precision than was ever previously possible.
Additionally buys and takes equipment on consignment, from single units to whole factories.
Intellectual liberty (other religions department): Hindus, Muslims, and the like would still be free to practice their rites "in the privacy of your own home....But you would not be allowed to proselytize and undermine the order of the state....every civil order protects its foundations," wrote the late Recon theologian Greg Bahnsen.
Implementing the ZenRobotics into the C&D Recycling line as of March 2017, has increased Recon's recyclable recovery rate by 20%.
“We are honored to be recognized by CIO Review's panel of experts and thought leaders,” said Nikhil Bhojwani Co-founder and Managing Partner, Recon Strategy.
“ENR's Top lists are leading indicators of success in this industry and I'm pleased we have again ranked so well,” stated Steven Birdwell, RECON's President.
RECON President and Chief Executive Officer, Steve Birdwell stated, “Rick made substantial improvements to our processes and his leadership will be greatly missed but his retirement is well deserved.
“I am pleased that we have once again ranked so well on ENR's Top 600,” stated Steven Birdwell, RECON's chief executive officer.