| The term Oscar Mike comes from the military radio jargon used on the front line. This means moving. For us Oscar Mike means being active, positive and enjoying life to the fullest.
Charlie Mike, in military jargon, means the Mission is not easy to read. It is marked by wounds, death and suffering, and Klein’s writing chooses the beginning, the end, the new beginning for war and healing.
Origin: NATO phonetic alphabet - W for whiskey, T for tango, F for foxtrot.
In one sentence: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, I can’t believe he cheated on you like that!We also ask ourselves: what does Charlie Oscar mean?
November Golf: NG or No Go (failure) Lima Charlie: Loud and clear. Oscar Mike: On the road. Tango-Mike: Thank you very much. Tango Uniform: Toes Up, which means killed destroyed.
Lima Charlie is a military code which means loud and clear. The idea is simple, our name must represent our values: precision, quality and dedication.
(US) friend, for example someone who does not help another soldier or who gets into trouble with a soldier on purpose. The term Bravo Foxtrot is also used and has the same meaning.
A military-language microphone lasts one minute. Waiting for a microphone is like saying wait a minute or it was 15 microphones because we’re 15 minutes away. Mike is the military phonetics of the letter M in the alphabet, for example alfa bravo charlie (AB C) On the other hand, Aklik is one meter high.
But among military personnel, the term click is a standard measure of walking distance. If a soldier’s radio was 10 clicks south of your location, that means they are 10 or 10 miles away.
- Mike. The phonetic alphabet of the letter M. One microphone usually means one minute. Instead of saying I’ll be there in 10 minutes, someone on military radio might say, well, it’s coming from scratch.
a) Positive identification (PID) is required for use. PGD is a reasonable assurance that the proposed target is a legitimate military target. If there is no PGD, contact your next manager to make a decision.
By Foxtrot and Oscar, who give the origin of FO in the NATO phonetic alphabet. It’s a political way to say ■■■■ you in jargon.
Well done Sierra. Nonsense or nonsense. This sentence uses phonetic alphabet words for B and S. (BS is short for ■■■■■■■■■■ His explanation is just BravoSierra - it doesn’t answer the question at all.
Together, the United States often referred to them as Viet Cong. It was often shortened to VC because the military alphabetic code was Victor Charlie, and was further shortened to Charlie. The American soldiers called them Charlie, they called themselves liberals.
The American military alphabet was ordered by AlphatoZulu. The US military uses the NATO phonetic alphabet code, which includes the letters Ato Z (26 in total). So A becomes Alpha, B becomes Bravo, C becomes Charlie and so on.