Definition of unconventional assisted recovery coordination cell

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unconventional assisted recovery coordination cell

'unconventional assisted recovery coordination cell' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A compartmented special operations forces facility, established by the joint force special operations component commander, staffed on a continuous basis by supervisory personnel and tactical planners to coordinate, synchronize, and de-conflict nonconventional assisted recovery operations within the operational area assigned to the joint force commander. Also called UARCC. See also joint operations center; joint personnel recovery center; special operations forces; unconventional assisted recovery'.

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