recovery zone

recovery zone

A designated geographic area from which special operations forces can be extracted by air, boat, or other means. Also called RZ.
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The recovery zone bonds have a junior lien position behind the term loan although Fitch believes they could potentially see a full recovery.
The successful launch of Advanced Supersonic Parachute Inflation Research Experiment or ASPIRE atop a sounding rocket on Saturday came after several days of delays due to rough seas at the parachute's recovery zone in the Atlantic Ocean.
Specific to rules of rock permeability change in the entire stress-strain process on the working face, the seam floor is divided into six zones, that is, the compression and expansion zone, the bed separation and expansion zone, the pressure relief zone, the compression zone, the stable recovery zone, and the stability zone.
The blank areas, for instance between 2004:Q1 and 2004:Q4, shows that GDP growth rates were in the weaker recovery zone (the [X.sub.t] series is negative and growth rates were lower than the previous cycle's average).
These IRC sections authorize State and local governments to issue two general types of Build America Bonds, recovery zone economic development bonds, and recovery zone exempt facility bonds.
"Wolves have just moved out of the first recovery phase in the state's eastern recovery zone, and have populated just 11 percent of suitable habitat in the state," DeFazio said.
More spectacular views came from Orion's return, recorded by an unmanned drone flying over the recovery zone. Helicopters also provided images of the crew module bobbing in the water.
In response, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks established a recovery zone in the river from the town of Divide, 60 miles (96 kilometers) upstream from Jackson.
On the day of the Building Congress luncheon Senator Charles Schumer also announced that he had succeeded in securing federal recovery zone financing for the construction of 3WTC.
EPA staff and contractors then began monitoring air quality at multiple locations in and around the tornado recovery zone. For almost three months, EPA posted daily results of air sampling for particulate matter and asbestos on the Region 7 website so that residents and recovery workers could be informed of risks and assured of safety.
Researchers believe at least 40 grizzly bears make their homes within this 2,600-square-mile recovery zone. USGS scientists will use hair collection methods similar to those used in Glacier National Park and elsewhere to gain a more accurate estimate of the bear population size.