In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1he was debriefed by his captain — rindió informe / dio parte de su misión al capitán
- his captain debriefed him — rindió informe / dio parte de su misión al capitán
- Some of the information came from Embassy personnel debriefings and reports.
- Each SF battalion runs its debriefings in a different manner.
- Once we returned to base camp, we handed any contraband or detainees over to the S2 and debriefed our soldiers, especially those on the assault force.
- They should at least write a certification that if somebody comes out of a war zone they need to be debriefed.
- Since then it has been a nun's missionary home, various forms of home for elderly people, and a place where airmen were debriefed during the second world war.
- The team was debriefed by the company commander and the operations officer as soon as it returned.
- He has been debriefed by police and taken to a safe house amid fears Hall's underworld associates may target him.
- He went to the US in October 1992 and spent most of the next year being debriefed by the CIA.
- I proceeded to the tactical operations center and debriefed Lancer 6 as my men refueled and rearmed.
- The CIA never debriefed him on anything of strategic importance and tried to kill the interest others might have by discrediting him behind his back.
- He was in Germany in 1945 as part of a special team dedicated to debriefing Nazi scientists and shipping them back to the US.
- He is safe in Germany this afternoon after being debriefed by his superior officers.
- I debriefed him on the mission over Clark Field.
- After I exited the aircraft, I stayed on the roof, debriefing the troubleshooters.
- Every soldier in the patrol knew his mission and post-patrol debriefings began to yield better intelligence because soldiers knew ahead of time what indicators to look for.
- Once there, trainers evaluated every second of the missions during post-flight debriefings.
- Back at the Counter Terrorist Unit, Scott Jaeger was waiting to be debriefed.
- In this case, I know for a fact the shooting happened; I debriefed the officer who did most of the ballistic damage, and his supervisor.
- Soldiers want to maintain their equipment and get some chow and rest after a mission, but the mission is not over until participants are debriefed.
- The single most important procedure in this methodology is an effective debriefing.
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