Definition of Rescue operation
1. Noun. An operation organized to free from danger or confinement.
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Literary usage of Rescue operation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Setup: What the Air Force Did in Vietnam and Why by Earl H. Tilford, Jr. (1991)
"An Air Force CH-53 carrying 18 security policemen from Nakhon Phanom RTAFB to U Tapao RTAFB for possible use in the rescue operation crashed, killing them ..."
2. Worker Deaths in Confined Spaces: A Summary of Surveillance Findings and edited by Thomas R. Bender (1996)
"Recommendation #6: Farm employees must be instructed never to enter a manure pit, or any other confined space to attempt a rescue operation, without proper ..."
3. Competitiveness Issues: The Business Environment in the U.S., Japan and Germany (1993)
"On 5 April Colombian police mounted a rescue operation against the heavily armed kidnappers. In that operation one of the kidnappers was killed, ..."