- returned to military control
- The status of a person whose casualty status of “duty status whereabouts unknown” or “missing” has been changed due to the person’s return or recovery by US military authority. Also called RMC. See also casualty status; duty status whereabouts unknown; missing.
Military dictionary. 2000.
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