[ UK /ɹɪksˈɛ/ ]
  1. reconnaissance (by shortening)
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How To Use recce In A Sentence

  • He was taking part in Operation Panchai Palang and had been part of a patrol in the Babaji area of Helmand province tasked to "recce" a suitable area for a polling station in the forthcoming Afghan presidential elections. WalesOnline - Home
  • We cruise past the Cloister Gardens and Station Yard car park and Special Constables Mark Cook and James Fry brave the cold to do a quick recce around the abbey but all is quiet.
  • Admittedly, I haven't done a thorough recce of the building.
  • The prisoner who wanted to raise something would speak to his representative who would in turn discuss it with the three under him and pass it on to the other 'recce' representative. Chapter 7 - First Approaches
  • After a quick recce and an enjoyable evening in the hotel bar, I headed back to my room in the knowledge that I was not in Malta merely to relax - I was here to dive.
  • This results in wasted effort as infantry battalion scouts conduct time-consuming reconnaissance of areas and routes already reconnoitered by recce troops.
  • During the recce, the helicopter would land on one of the islands used in aircraft bombing missions.
  • At low tide such hidey-holes are usually visible and it's a good idea to have a recce before the estuary begins to fill again.
  • 47 That afternoon he and Jo went on a final recce of the house to convince each other once and for all that it was ready. TEN STEPS TO HAPPINESS
  • Similarly, Fire Support Company had to set up their display of mortars, anti-tank missiles and Scimitar tracked recce vehicles.
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