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hpr2207 :: NATO phonetic alphabet

Neighbourly greetings. We cover the title, podcast recommendations, and well wishes.

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Hosted by Hannah, of Terra, of Sol on 2017-01-17 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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NATO phonetic alphabet in block diagram:

[ English 26 letter alphabet ] --> [ Phonetic Function Box-machine-phone ] --> [ Output ]

A - Alfa
B - Bravo
C - Charlie
D - Delta
E - Echo
F - Foxtrot
G - Golf
H - Hotel
I - India
J - Juliett
K - Kilo
L - Lima
M - Mike
N - November
O - Oscar
P - Papa
Q - Quebec
R - Romeo
S - Sierra
T - Tango
U - Uniform
V - Victor
W - Whiskey
X - X-Ray
Y - Yankee
Z - Zulu
~ - ~
0 - Zero
1 - One
2 - Two
3 - Three
4 - Four
5 - Five
6 - Six
7 - Seven
8 - Eight
9 - Niner

Mike India Charlie Romeo Oscar Bravo Echo FULL-STOP Tango Victor

Charlie Oscar November Golf Romeo Echo Sierra Sierra India Oscar November Alfa Lima Delta India Siera Hotel FULL-STOP Charlie Oscar Mike

X-Ray BREAK Mike India November Uniform Sierra BREAK Oscar November Echo

Hotel Alfa Charlie Kilo Echo Romeo BREAK Papa Uniform Bravo Lima India Charlie BREAK Romeo Alfa Delta India Oscar

Please take care, TTFN, neighbor.

rttykitty


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Comment #1 posted on 2017-01-20T18:23:03Z by Windigo

What a cool spin on the podcast recommendation topic! I don't think I've ever formally been introduced to the NATO phonetic alphabet, and your recommended podcasts sound intriguing as well.

Thanks, and welcome to Hacker Public Radio!

Comment #2 posted on 2017-01-21T22:19:39Z by Clinton Roy

Thanks!

Thanks very much for this, it was a wonderful little episode. I heard this on a plane with all the noise surrounding me, it was interesting to re-listen to it with my headphone noise cancellation off and work out how good it was at carrying information when there is a lot of background noise :)

Comment #3 posted on 2017-01-26T14:03:57Z by dodddummy

We called it fife, not five

If I'm not mistaken, they taught us fife for 5 and tree for 3 when I was in the army.

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