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Posted By: Walt Mathers on: 06/18/2002 16:53:59 CDT|
Subject: Recognizing Competence w/
I almost forgot to mention that the stutter combination "EE" stands for the word "Equals". Tnx Agn for the memory jog Ted. Yours was an extremely good post. In my book it equals an A+. (or was that "EE"?) ;)
While I'm at it, the stutter code works thusly:
If you over-hear a commander saying that once the line is re-formed in ten minutes or so, the right wing (your right wing) will advance to the red barn. You could immediately signal the right wing party and say "RR" "EE" R-E-D 3. B-A-R-N 3.3.3.
Once the movement is ready to be made, you will signal the pre-concert combination for Proceed-without-delay, 3. then "RR" and finally 3.3.3. We're talking half a minute transmission time (at tops with a one-arm'd flagman) here.
Sound doable? You be it is. And alot more too. this type of coding would work out well for most of the 24 remain'g stutter letter combinations. Add in the numerals and suffixes and you come up with 14 more special situation combinations. I can hear the flutterings now. Wave on!
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