What is recovery?

  • (noun): The act of regaining or saving something lost (or in danger of becoming lost).
    Synonyms: retrieval
    See also — Additional definitions below

Recovery

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Some articles on recovery:

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 ... EVault Plug-n-Protect for appliance-based, on-premise, all-in-one backup and recovery ...
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 ...
Tailspin - Spin Kit
... there are some countries that still require flight training on spin recovery ... only after a stall, so the FAA emphasizes training pilots in stall recognition, prevention, and recovery as a means to reduce accidents due to unintentional stalls and/or spins ... many pilots trained in spin entry and recovery find that safely spinning is an interesting experience ...
1986 British International Helicopters Chinook Crash - Recovery
... Expro's 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 major components ...

More definitions of "recovery":

  • (noun): Return to an original state.
    Example: "The recovery of the forest after the fire was surprisingly rapid"

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.

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

    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)