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**: leading questions: How were teams briefed? Were they provided sufficient background information? Did they understand their assignment and operating procedures? Were teams efficiently debriefed? Did all the information that was needed get recorded?
**: leading questions: How were teams briefed? Were they provided sufficient background information? Did they understand their assignment and operating procedures? Were teams efficiently debriefed? Did all the information that was needed get recorded?
** searching
** searching
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**: leading questions: What was the initial strategy for response to this emergency? What techniques proved effective? How did the stategy evolve and change during the emergency and how were thes changes implemented? What problems did seachers encounter? What improvements could be made in searching?
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**: leading questions: What was the initial strategy for response to this emergency? What techniques proved effective How did the stategy evolve and change during the emergency and how were thes changes implemented? What problems did seachers encounter? What improvements could be made in searching?
** access/return from segment
** access/return from segment
**: leading questions: How was access to/from the search segments?
**: leading questions: How was access to/from the search segments?

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