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recce, recco, reccy(noun)
reconnaissance (by shortening)
Relating to reconnaissance.
Origin: Abbreviation of reconnaissance.
Recce is a military term that has been borrowed by media production in the United Kingdom, derived from "reconnoitre" "reconnoiter", the verb form of "reconnaissance". It is a pre-filming visit to a location to work out its suitability for shooting, including access to necessary facilities and assessment of any potential lighting or sound issues. The term 'recce' is also used in radio and television production. Other examples of later media borrowing from film includes wildtrack which, in film production, was sound recorded without pictures for use in post-production later. In the US the term "site survey" is commonly used with the same meaning.
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The Rafale is better than the others because it is doing everything, it is good in doing each mission, but it is doing every type of mission - air-to-air, air-to-ground, air-to-sea, recce mission, even nuclear mission for France and this capability to replace all types of aircraft, making one aircraft, all what you can do from an air force base or from the aircraft carrier which I think leaves Rafale to be the only one of its type omnimodal capabilities for addressing all types of missions.
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