government referred to the guerrillas and the group itself as VC, or Victor Charlie; the name "Charlie" became synonymous with this force.
At least two of the terms are sometimes still used by UK civilians to spell words over the phone, namely F for Freddie and S for Sugar.
A unique feature of this alphabet is that it includes corresponding symbols for the Morse code.
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After all of the above study, only the five words representing the letters C, M, N, U, and X were replaced.
A review of the Able Baker alphabet, spearheaded by NATO Allies US and UK, was conducted.
To change one word involves reconsideration of the whole alphabet to ensure that the change proposed to clear one confusion does not itself introduce others.
The Allied militaries - primarily the US and the UK had their own radiotelephone spelling alphabets which had origins back to and had evolved separately in the different services in the two countries.
Once you can roughly recall all the codewords, start practicing the use of the alphabet by spelling out various words with it.
See also [ ]• The military alphabet flattens language so everyone can communicate better.
In the United States, the research was conducted by the USAF-directed Operational Applications Laboratory AFCRC, ARDC , to monitor a project with the Research Foundation of.
Federal Standard 1037C: Glossary of Telecommunication Terms.
Avoid words that can be easily confused with other words, especially due to a similar-sounding initial letter e.
In the 1920s, the International Telecommunication Union ITU produced the first phonetic alphabet to be recognized internationally.
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