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put someone through a debriefing and make him report

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After the debriefer completes the debriefing, he or she has to translate the patrol's answers into a quantifiable report.
Debriefers must adjust their focus to the critical soft skill of establishing trust and rapport.
Those debriefers who had the discipline to act deliberately were better able to function effectively in the cultures of Iraq.
The principal debriefers are typically engineers or other technical personnel, and not always well-versed in the statutes and regulations governing evaluation of competitive proposals.
Although debriefers express their own viewpoints, they must also elicit the student researcher's thought process.
If crisis workers shore up people who are basically sound though temporarily in disarray, psychological debriefers give a mixed message.
It is necessary to note that intelligence debriefers must not be assigned directly to any Civil Affairs unit.
And, because the debriefers were trained, they were also in a position to advise when someone needed professional help.
Alibekov's conviction, which he has argued before his debriefers and congressional committees, is that such habits linger long.
Experience has shown that the debriefers then will need debriefing themselves.
To be optimally effective, debriefers must be given the opportunity to express the grief they assume on behalf of the people they are striving to help.
Throughout the duration of the program, residents are supported by a network of senior nurses who act as preceptors, mentors and debriefers to further ensure that they are well-equipped to deliver safe patient care.
According to a never released Pentagon report reviewed by Newsweek, McCain's debriefers asked him about antiwar activists like Jane Fonda, who had traveled to Hanoi and proclaimed that POWs were well treated.
Fourth, I met with four debriefers (Lincoln & Guba, 1985) throughout data collection and analysis.
Detainee is extremely egotistical, has manipulated debriefers and guard staff, and will continue to attempt to do so to support his political agenda.