American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The smallest genetic unit capable of recombination.
- n. Informal Reconnaissance.
- Contracted form of recombination + -on (Wiktionary)
- rec(ombination) + -on1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Yes, going in pre-invasion and doing intel/recon is a great military tactic.”
“He presents rational, fact-based explanations regarding lunar resources and the limitations of certain recon missions, and you counter with a condemnation of near-term human spaceflight in general and the ESAS architecture in particular.”
“It's long-term recon, not just some skirmish to dart in and bust out some new squirrel he's keeping.”
“Coming down here for a couple of months of recon is a good idea.”
“We are also seeing evidence of armor, including reconnaissance vehicles, at Dilling, which suggest potential for forward movement or forward recon, which is often preceding other types of combat action, said Raymond.”
“Since you have called the recon itself, “the hockey stick” and have been criticized for muddling pc1 versus recon to overemphasize the impact of mining, you really ought to stop such remarks, Steve.”
“Prestige is the currency used in the game, and I spent it on calling recon helicopters and bomber support.”
“I'm sitting on Omaha Beach conducting a "recon" of the sites my colleague and I will use as a classroom for the next few days with a group from Wharton MBA for Executives.”
“A warlock is a kind of recon by fireball kind of guy.”
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