Recovery

Recovery or Recover can refer to:

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Tailspin - Spin Kit
... still require flight training on spin recovery ... in stall recognition, prevention, and recovery as a means to reduce accidents due to unintentional stalls and/or spins ... intimidating to the uninitiated, however many pilots trained in spin entry and recovery find that safely spinning is an interesting experience ...
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command - Operations - Recovery
... JPAC has 18 Recovery Teams whose members travel throughout the world to recover missing from past wars ... A typical recovery team is made up of 10 to 14 people, led by a team leader and a forensic anthropologist ... In the case of an airplane crash, a recovery site may be quite large ...
I365 - Backup and Recovery Products and Services
... EVault SaaS for cloud-based backup and recovery ... EVault Cloud Disaster Recovery Service for managed recovery in the EVault cloud with 4-, 24, and 48-hour Service Level Agreements ... appliance-based, on-premise, all-in-one backup and recovery ...
1986 British International Helicopters Chinook Crash - Recovery
... Multi Services Vessel the MSV "Stadive" arrived and assumed the role of primary recovery vessel and being a semi-submersible was able to quickly recover the ...
I365 - History
... Seagate Technology, which had acquired ActionFront Data Recovery Labs in November, 2005 and launched Seagate Recovery Services, added EVault in 2007 ... Seagate Recovery Services was taken from the i365 basket in 2011 ...

Famous quotes containing the word recovery:

    Walking, and leaping, and praising God.
    Bible: New Testament Acts, 3:8.

    Referring to the miraculous recovery of a lame man, through the intervention of Peter.

    It’s even pleasant to be sick when you know that there are people who await your recovery as they might await a holiday.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    With any recovery from morbidity there must go a certain healthy humiliation.
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)