salvage operations

salvage operations
развед. жарг. уничтожение компрометирующих улик

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  • Salvage logging — is the practice of felling trees in forest areas that have been damaged by wildfire, flood, severe wind, disease, insect infestation, or other natural disturbance. The primary motivation of salvage logging is economic. It has also been suggested… …   Wikipedia

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  • USS Beaufort (ATS-2) — was an Edenton class salvage and rescue ship acquired by the U.S. Navy in 1972 and maintained in service until struck in 1996. Beaufort spent her entire career in the Pacific Ocean, based out of Pearl Harbor, and provided salvage and rescue… …   Wikipedia

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