It's called the phonetic alphabet. Use it! Don't make up your own.  (And I know it off by heart) #nerd

It's called the phonetic alphabet. Use it! Don't make up your own. (And I know it off by heart) #nerd

International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet or NATO Phonetic Alphabet  #language  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_phonetic_alphabet

International Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet or NATO Phonetic Alphabet #language http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_phonetic_alphabet

One of three 707-153s bought "off-the-shelf" and converted to military use, this aircraft was completed as a VC-137A by Boeing Aircraft of Seattle, Washington on April 7, 1959.

One of three 707-153s bought "off-the-shelf" and converted to military use, this aircraft was completed as a VC-137A by Boeing Aircraft of Seattle, Washington on April 7, 1959.

Radio language - or when ever you need to spell out your name when travelling... Re-pinned for You by: http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu

11 great picks for ABC artwork in your nursery

Radio language - or when ever you need to spell out your name when travelling... Re-pinned for You by: http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu

A cold, baked salmon, a mild mayonnaise and cucumber... Nigel Slater is hooked on a summer catch.

Dish for compliments

A cold, baked salmon, a mild mayonnaise and cucumber... Nigel Slater is hooked on a summer catch.

After 14 days of fighting Taliban 'ghosts' the fatigued soldiers of Golf Company finally locate the enemy's command center and square off for the fight of their lives. Cpt. Middendorf leads his team through a successful mission, but there is more work to be done. Only weeks away from returning home, Golf Company is called on for one final mission: take out a narcotics processing center run by the Taliban. Without tank support or backup, the stakes are high.

flygcforum.com ✈ HELICOPTER WARS ✈ Trapped by the Taliban ✈

After 14 days of fighting Taliban 'ghosts' the fatigued soldiers of Golf Company finally locate the enemy's command center and square off for the fight of their lives. Cpt. Middendorf leads his team through a successful mission, but there is more work to be done. Only weeks away from returning home, Golf Company is called on for one final mission: take out a narcotics processing center run by the Taliban. Without tank support or backup, the stakes are high.

Beck: Not a Jew alive if Hitler had Obama's tech -  As reports continue to flood in about President Obama’s massive surveillance state, media powerhouse Glenn Beck says, “There wouldn’t be a Jew alive on the planet today if Hitler had this technology.”Beck made the statement Friday on his radio program while interviewing NSA whistleblower William Binney.Binney worked at the National Security Agency for nearly four decades, and said the secret surveillance of Americans began in October 2001.

Beck: Not a Jew alive if Hitler had Obama's tech - As reports continue to flood in about President Obama’s massive surveillance state, media powerhouse Glenn Beck says, “There wouldn’t be a Jew alive on the planet today if Hitler had this technology.”Beck made the statement Friday on his radio program while interviewing NSA whistleblower William Binney.Binney worked at the National Security Agency for nearly four decades, and said the secret surveillance of Americans began in October 2001.

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