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can anyone get me a copy of alpha bravo, phonetic alphabet?

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Question by funtime
Submitted on 7/11/2003
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can anyone get me a copy of alpha bravo, phonetic alphabet?


Answer by eddiesdad7
Submitted on 7/14/2003
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as used by the USMC in late 60s and thru the 70s....,
ALPHA..BRAVO..CHARLIE..DELTA..ECHO..FOXTROT...GULF..HOTEL..INDIA...JULIET..KILO..LIMA..MIKE..NOVEMBER..OSCAR..PAPA..QUEBEC..ROMEO..SIERRA..TANGO..UNIFORM..VICTOR...WHISKY..X-RAY..YANKEE..ZULU

 

Answer by Keeno
Submitted on 8/2/2003
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Golf...not Gulf.

 

Answer by Geek
Submitted on 8/18/2003
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WHAT ABOUT THE NUMBERS?  I HAVE SOME:

...TWO, TREE, FOWER, FIFE...SEVEN,EIGHT,NINER?...


 

Answer by mlt
Submitted on 8/24/2003
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Numbers are all the same except for nine which is niner....never say multiple digit numbers as on example: 149-pronounce one,four,niner

 

Answer by sokk
Submitted on 9/9/2003
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I meant five of course. :)

 

Answer by va4ndor
Submitted on 1/4/2005
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um...y is that after the first few they start looking stupid? Anyone else notice that?  Example:  I would want to be a part of Alpha team, but not golf team. lol

 

Answer by Ellen Kear
Submitted on 8/30/2005
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Mike can also be Mary in Some areas due to Mike sounding like Bike.

 

Answer by Moddan
Submitted on 10/24/2005
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It is also common to pernounse the numbers 5 & 9 with the ending -er.
Such as:
Fiver
Niner

But these are the only ones i know of.

 

Answer by andrew
Submitted on 4/15/2006
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alpha bravo charlie delta echo foxtrot golf hotel india juliet kilo lima mike november oscar papa quebec romeo sierra tango uniform victor whiskey xray yankee zulu

. decimal (point)

0 zero
1 wun
2 two
3 tree
4 fower
5 fife
6 six
7 seven
8 ait
9 niner

 

Answer by Vinny
Submitted on 4/18/2006
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Here is a Link to all the NATO ones, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_phonetic_alphabet

 

Answer by 'unknown
Submitted on 9/1/2006
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keeno you're wrong its gulf not golf. im in cadets i learned all of this i should no.

 

Answer by usmc pot smoker
Submitted on 7/18/2007
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Made it easier to read

ALPHA..
BRAVO..
CHARLIE..
DELTA..
ECHO..
FOXTROT...
GULF..
HOTEL..
INDIA...
JULIET..
KILO..
LIMA..
MIKE..
NOVEMBER..
OSCAR..
PAPA..
QUEBEC..
ROMEO..
SIERRA..
TANGO..
UNIFORM..
VICTOR...
WHISKY..
X-RAY..
YANKEE..
ZULU

 

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