Definition of recovery mechanism

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recovery mechanism

'recovery mechanism' is an military term. It means '(DOD) Designated indigenous or surrogate infrastructure that is specifically developed, trained, and directed by US forces to contact, authenticate, support, move, and exfiltrate designated isolated personnel from uncertain or hostile areas back to friendly control. Recovery mechanisms may operate with other US or multinational personnel recovery capabilities. Also called RM'.

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