assisted recovery

assisted recovery

The return of an evader to friendly control as the result of assistance from an outside source. See also evader; source.
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Assisted recovery is available from the following DRaaS providers: iLand, Sungard Availability Services, InterVision/Bluelock, and Recovery Point.
Services may be delivered by the provider as a fully managed offering, an assisted recovery offering or as self-service.
In this assisted recovery method horses were placed in lateral recumbency with the back against one side of the padded room with the head and hind limbs direct to the surgical and preparation rooms respectively.
El Paso Methadone was established in 1973 by the late James Sabal, MD, a pioneer in medication assisted recovery services, as a private clinic to provide medication assisted treatment in conjunction with individual counseling and referrals.
At the launch, marking the end of phase one of the project, the imposing ramp of the 37,500 tonne Short Take off but Assisted Recovery (STOBAR) carrier boasted the indigenous design and build capabilities of the country.
[USPRwire, Tue Dec 18 2012] Menzies Institute for Recovery from Addiction (MIRA) -- part of the Assisted Recovery Centers of America (ARCA) in St.
The MiG-29Ks will operate in STOBAR (short take-off but assisted recovery via arresting wires) mode.
The phrase "low visibility, covert or clandestine" was also removed along with the distinction of "indirect activities." "Evasion and escape" was changed to the more UWspecific "unconventional assisted recovery," and the caveat of "includes but is not limited to" was added to the list of activities:
Furthermore, the parties will focus their efforts on maximising the recovery of their existing oil fields through enhanced programs by applying the most advanced technology for the assisted recovery of hydrocarbons (Co2 injection and water alternate gas).
Also covered are complications and emergencies, assisted recovery, and euthanasia.
The device, called the Assisted Recovery Device (ARD), would help quell the fears which have stalked the airline industry since 2001 when al-Qaeda fanatics steered two planes into New York's World Trade Center.
Elements from all sectors of the military have been employed, such as search and rescue (SAR), combat search and rescue (CSAR), joint combat search and rescue (JCSAR), and non-conventional assisted recovery (NAR).

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