Official definition of the United States Department of the term unconventional assisted recovery .
unconventional assisted recovery
Evader recovery conducted by directed unconventional warfare forces, dedicated extraction teams, and/or unconventional assisted recovery mechanisms operated by guerrilla groups or other clandestine organizations to seek out, contact, authenticate, support, and return evaders to friendly control. Also called UAR. See also assisted recovery; authenticate; evader; recovery. (JP 3-50.3) (US DoD)
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