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T-34C CONTACT
APPENDIX B
6.
Phonetic Alphabet
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) phonetic alphabet (Figure 2) is used by
FAA personnel when communications conditions are such that the information cannot be readily
received without their use. Air traffic control facilities may also request pilots to use phonetic
letter equivalents when aircraft with similar sounding identifications are receiving
communications on the same frequency.
Pilots should use the phonetic alphabet when identifying their aircraft during initial contact with
air traffic control facilities. Additionally, use the phonetic equivalents for single letters and to
spell out groups of letters or difficult words during adverse communications conditions.
CHARACTER
MORSE CODE
TELEPHONY
PHONIC (PRONUNCIATION)
A
·--
Alfa
(AL­FAH)
B
--···
Bravo
BRAH(­VOH)
C
--·--·
Charlie
(CHAR­LEE) or (SHAR­LEE)
D
--··
Delta
(DELL­TAH)
E
·
Echo
(ECK­OH)
F
··--·
Foxtrot
(FOKS­TROT)
G
----·
Golf
(GOLF)
H
····
Hotel
(HOH­TEL)
I
··
India
(IN­DEE­AH)
J
·------
Juliett
(JEW­LEE­ETT)
K
--·--
Kilo
(KEY­LOH)
L
·--··
Lima
(LEE­MAH)
M
----
Mike
(MIKE)
N
--·
November
(NO­VEM­BER)
O
------
Oscar
(OSS­CAH)
P
·----·
Papa
(PAH­PAH)
Q
----·--
Quebec
(KEH­BECK)
R
·--·
Romeo
(ROW­ME­OH)
S
···
Sierra
(SEE­AIR­RAH)
T
--
Tango
(TANG­GO)
U
··--
Uniform
(YOU­NEE­FORM) or (OO­NEE­FORM)
V
···--
Victor
(VIK­TAH)
W
·----
Whiskey
(WISS­KEY)
X
--··--
Xray
(ECKS­RAY)
Y
--·----
Yankee
(YANG­KEY)
Z
----··
Zulu
(ZOO­LOO)
1
·--------
One
(WUN)
2
··------
Two
(TOO)
3
···----
Three
(TREE)
4
····--
Four
(FOW­ER)
5
·····
Five
(FIFE)
6
--····
Six
(SIX)
7
----···
Seven
(SEV­EN)
8
------··
Eight
(AIT)
9
--------·
Nine
(NIN­ER)
0
----------
Zero
(ZEE­RO)
COMMUNICATIONS
B-5


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