Question: Do Marines say copy that or Roger that?

The modern NATO phonetic alphabet uses the word Romeo for R instead of Roger, and Romeo is sometimes used for the same purpose as Roger, mainly in Australian maritime operations. For maritime VHF, copy does not mean the same as roger or received.

Do Marines say Roger that?

While in the current spelling alphabet (NATO), R is now Romeo, Roger has remained the response meaning received in radio voice procedure. In the US military, it is common to reply to anothers assertion with Roger that, meaning: I agree.

Is it rude to say Roger that?

Roger that: Slang, usually used in radio transmissions such as military communications meaning I understand or I hear you. Yes. All right.

Is copy that a military term?

Although it is not an official term used in military voice procedure, it is widely used by military personnel in Hollywood movies and video games. It is also popular amongst amateur and CB radio enthusiasts, as well as users of walkie-talkies. COPY THAT means the same as both Roger and C1.

How do you say yes in military?

Radio operators would say, Roger, to mean that a message had been properly received. The meaning evolved until roger meant yes. Today, the NATO phonetic alphabet says, Romeo, in place of R, but roger is still used to mean a message was received.

Can I say Roger that in email?

“Roger that, copy, or 10-4.” The police and military have used these practices since the early 70s to acknowledge received messages. However you wish to say it, having the last word in an email tells the other recipients that youve received their message.

What is the difference between Roger that and copy that?

For maritime VHF, copy does not mean the same as roger or received. It is used when communications between two other stations which includes information for ones own station has been overheard and received satisfactorily.

What is another word for Roger?

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What is a Roger British slang?

1870, Roger was slang for the word penis. Current British slang includes the word as a verb to mean sexual intercourse, i.e., took her home and Rogered her.

Can I use Roger that in email?

“Roger that, copy, or 10-4.” The police and military have used these practices since the early 70s to acknowledge received messages. However you wish to say it, having the last word in an email tells the other recipients that youve received their message.

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