afteraction

afteraction

(af? ter-ak'shon)
Continued reaction after the stimulus ceases, esp. in nerve centers. In the sensory centers this action gives rise to aftersensations. See: aftersensation
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Our contractor afteraction report proposed a systemic fix addressing the larger issue of tactical readiness reporting in the field.
The AFIC staff researched the 2005 inauguration afteraction reports, operation plan, and continuity books to garner lessons learned, previous planning factors and considerations, and concepts of support to begin developing the 2009 support plan.
Building on their FIST certification, the teams were ready to use the new simulators and video afteraction review (AAR) facilities to drill further on their fire support fundamentals.
Brailer said his office will perform an afteraction analysis of the site to see what worked, what didn't, and what can be learned from the effort.
Afteraction review comments indicate recovery operations in Haiti would have been greatly improved if a theater mortuary affairs office had been immediately established to function as the central agent for Army mortuary affairs while liaising with the Incident Command System (ICS).