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Posted: 4/9/2001 10:46:38 AM EST
Does anyone have a list of all the radio call letters ie: Alpha, Bravo, Charlie etc..? Thanks. Nuckles.
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 10:51:14 AM EST
[Last Edit: 4/9/2001 11:52:48 AM EST by Imbroglio]
alpha, bravo, charlie, delta, echo, foxtrot, golf, hotel, india, julliette, kilo, lima, mike, november, oscar, papa, quebec, romeo, sierra, tango, uniform, victor, x-ray, yankee, zulu. I forgot whiskey. And a partridge in a pear tree.
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 10:53:37 AM EST
[Last Edit: 4/9/2001 10:59:40 AM EST by sigman]
Alpha bravo charlie delta echo foxtrot golf hotel indian juliet kilo limma mike november oscar papa romeo seairra tango uniform victor whiskey x-ray yankee Zulu sorry for th poor list hopefully someone will come by and fill in the blanks and fix any of the letters I got wrong
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 10:55:30 AM EST
Imbroglio beat me to the post! will edit mine accordingly
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:03:40 AM EST
This appears to be the military one (I didn't double check), but do note that there are variations in this list. For instance, in some agencies, they use all names... Adam, Boy, Charlie, David, etc... Other agencies use various other items as well, it's all a matter of where you are. If you look up "phonetic alphabet" on the Internet, you may find a few unique ones out there...
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:04:13 AM EST
I think while I was typing mine I made some errors as well looking on those above. What you are referring to is the "phonetic" alphabet. It has been a long time since I got out but I'll give 'er a shot. Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta Echo Foxtrot Golf Hotel India Juno Kilo Lima Mike November Oscar (I cannot recall what "p" is in the military phenetic alphabet...but do recall a lot of excrement) Quebec Radar Sierra Tango Uniform Victory ("W" escapes me at this time as well) X-Ray Yankee Zebra The standard police phonetic alphabet differs: Adam Boy Charles David Edward Frank George Henry Ida John King Lincoln Mike Norah Ocean Paul Queen Robert Steve Tom Union Victor William X-ray (what else is there?) Yankee Zebra To really piss off a dispatcher one can tell them "O"....as in 'possum and/or "P" as in 'neumonia.
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:10:23 AM EST
Thank guys! That about covers it!! Nuckles.
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:15:02 AM EST
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:24:51 AM EST
And "Z" is "Zulu." Does anyone know the old phonetic alphabet? I guess it has changed since WWII.
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:33:31 AM EST
The correct spelling is ALFA, not the greek alpha...for what its worth.
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:34:23 AM EST
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 11:41:41 AM EST
Well, shoot. I said in the begin' of my post it'd been a spell. I stand humbly corrected. [i]let them try to 'member stuff from over a quarter century ago.....[/i];)
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 12:31:37 PM EST
Last week, I had to phone in a service call on a server, and they wanted the S/N. I used the call letters, and afterwards tried to name the entire alphabet. I couldn't remember them all, so I asked a co-worker about it. He's a pilot, so he uses them quite a bit. He also sent me a humorous list of call letters. I don't recommend using these. Aisle Bye Core Dive Eleven Fore Gnat Hive Ill J--- Knife Lye Mnemonic Nigh One Phooey Qiviut (the wool undercoat of a Musk Ox) Rye Sigh Too Us Vie Why Xenia You Zero
Link Posted: 4/9/2001 2:01:33 PM EST
I wish the cops would get it right. It sounds so gay the way they say it.
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