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What does actual mean on radio?

Last Updated: 5th June, 2021

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Actual means the unit leader. Generally, callsigns are assigned to battalions and above. For example, SilverStar meaning Mess Kit Maintenance Battalion. Units within abattalion use the battalion's call sign followed by a qualifier.For example, Silver Star Bravo means Company B.

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Also asked, what does copy mean on radio?

Terms used in radio communication and theirmeanings: Roger/Roger that: “Roger” is the termused in radio communication to mean that your messageis received and understood. Copy/Copy that:“Copy” is also used to acknowledge thatinformation is received.

Also, what does Galactica Actual mean? "This is Galactica" This means you'retalking to a crewman Relaying orders, or providing an update.Generally, this was Dualla. "This is Galactica Actual" Thismeans you are speaking with the commander of theGalactica, and any orders are direct from the commander toyou.

Regarding this, what does actual call sign mean?

When you call someone on the radio, often you gettheir driver, aide, or RTO (Radio/Telephone Operator). When youneed to talk to the person personally, you ask for their"actual", meaning you don't want to pass a messagethrough another person.

Who is actual?

Actual is an adjective meaning 'true','real' and 'the thing in itself'. It does not refer to time.Actual always comes immediately before the noun it isdescribing: We didn't go to the actual match but we watchedit on TV.

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