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RTO
Radio Telephone Operator

C'est probablement un des rôles les plus compliqués au sein d'une escouade ou Peloton. Vous devez connaître les procédures de communication-radio, transporter la lourde radio et tout votre équipement de base. Également vous devez savoir comment l'utiliser au combat.

Le Rôle de d'Opérateur Radio (RTO) est très important étant donné que vous êtes un des seuls mode de communication entre les escouades et votre poste de commandement.

Apprendre les procédures peut vous prendre beaucoup de temps. La formation durait au minimum 6 semaines à l'époque. Au sein de l'escouade ou du peloton, votre tâche est de suivre le chef comme son ombre et appliquer ses ordres.

Si vous prévoyez devenir un Opérateur radio ou si vous êtes déjà RTO, vous devrez fournir votre propre équipement. Voici un guide pour aider ceux qui désire Devenir RTO au Vietnam.

Première recommandation : Gardez un carnet de note avec vous sur le terrain et inscrivez vos ordres avant de les communiquer. C'est très authentique et cela vous aidera à apprendre plus rapidement
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Procédure de transmission

Afin de garder la transmission aussi courte et claire que possible, l'opérateur radio utilise un language court et précis.
La charte qui suit contient tous les mots nécessaires.
ALL AFTER I refer to the portion of the message that follows...
ALL BEFORE I refer to the portion of the message that precedes...
AUTHENTICATE A demand for a code word to make sure that the transmission is not by an enemy imposter.
I AUTHENTICATE This is the reply at a challenge to Authenticate.
BREAK Announces the end or part of the message.
CORRECT Confirms that a repetition matches the message sent out.
CORRECTION Announces that a previous message is to be sent out with the corrections added.
DISREGARD THIS TRANSMISSION This transmission is in error, disregard it.
DO NOT ANSWER Stations are called not to answer this call. This word is always ends with OUT.
EXECUTE Carry out the purpose of the message.
EXEMPT The addressee destinations immediately following are exempted from the collective call.
FIGURES Numerals or numbers to follow.
FLASH Announces the beginning of an emergency message.
FROM Announces the source of the message.
GREEN Conditions are safe.
GROUPS The message contains the number of groups indicated by the numerical following.
HOTEL ALPHA "Haul Ass!" Go somewhere quickly.
HOTEL ECHO "High Explosives" This warns of immediate incoming explosive rounds or a request for the same.
I READ BACK The following is my response to your instructions to Read Back.
I SAY AGAIN Announces the repetition of a message.
I SPELL Announces that the next message will be spelled out letter by letter.
I VERIFY That which follows has been varified at your request, and is repeated.
IMMEDIATE Announces the beginning of a priority message.
MESSAGE A message which requires recording is about to follow.
MORE TO FOLLOW There is more of the message to follow.
NUMBER Station serial number.
OUT Announces the end of communications.
OVER Used at the end of every section of a message.
PRIORITY Announcing a prority message.
RADIO CHECK Checking to see if there is still a connection.
READ BACK Read the message you just received back to confirm it is correct.
RED Situation is dangerous.
ROGER Used to acknowledge that a message has been received.
ROUTINE Announces a non-priority message.
SAY AGAIN A request that the last message be repeated.
SILENCE Tells all RTO's to stop transmitting. Often if eavesdropping is suspected
or radio transmittions are giving away positions.
SILENCE LIFTED Tells RTO's that transmittions can start again.
SIX Commander.
SPEAK SLOWER Your message to to fast to understand, speak slower.
THAT IS CORRECT You are correct or what you have transmitted is correct.
THIS IS This transmission is from. [CALLSIGN or ID]
TIME That which immediately follows is the time or date-time group of the message.
UNKNOWN STATION The identity of the station of which I am communicating with is unknown.
VARIFY Varify the message or portion of message that is indicated.
WAIT Announces a pause for a few seconds.
WAIT OUT I must pause for longer than a few seconds.
WILCO I have received your signal, understand it and will comply. Similar to ROGER.
WRONG Your last transmission was wrong.
 
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Alphabet Phonétique
A ALPHA N NOVEMBER
B BRAVO O OSCAR
C CHARLIE P PAPA
D DELTA Q QUEBEC
E ECHO R ROMEO
F FOXTROT S SIERRA
G GOLF T TANGO
H HOTEL U UNIFORM
I INDIA V VICTOR
J JULIET W WHISKY
K KILO X X-RAY
L LIMA Y YANKEE
M MIKE Z ZULU
     

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