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    below is a link that will tell you that Fox 1 is not the correct terminology for firing a maverick. IIt's 'Rifle (or Long Rifle) away'. There's a whole list here of terms for your (lengthy) perusal.

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    Jex.


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    Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

    Originally posted by jex
    below is a link that will tell you that Fox 1 is not the correct terminology for firing a maverick. IIt's 'Rifle (or Long Rifle) away'. There's a whole list here of terms for your (lengthy) perusal.

    Codes


    sdkfsdkfjbsdl;ijsdbnfi;sd

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    • #3
      Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

      Here are some other translations from just the Navy side, although I'm sure most are used cross-service. This one is mostly just for fun, but there are some good useful TG terms to use as well.

      Naval Aviation Jargon
      New to TG?

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      • #4
        Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

        sdkfsdkfjbsdl;ijsdbnfi;sd

        ??? what. aree yuou not happy with the new code?


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        • #5
          Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

          Originally posted by jex
          below is a link that will tell you that Fox 1 is not the correct terminology for firing a maverick. IIt's 'Rifle (or Long Rifle) away'. There's a whole list here of terms for your (lengthy) perusal.

          Codes

          fox 1 2 3 are still in there and just not as we use them

          fox 1 is the use of the aim 9's i believ, fox 2 is the use of the aim 20's and fox 3 the aim 7's.. i believe thats how i interpreted them.


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          • #6
            Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

            Fox one would be launching the AIM-7, Fox 2 would be launching an AIM-9 variant, and Fox-3 would be launching the AIM-120.

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            • #7
              Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

              Originally posted by DudeMan
              ??? what. aree yuou not happy with the new code?
              Perhaps only his sdfjk keys were working at the time lol ;)
              Jex.

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              • #8
                Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

                I found CAP in the list but what does CAS mean? Is it Combat Air/Surface?

                - It's who you game with.

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                • #9
                  Re: Multi-service Brevity Codes

                  CAS = Close Air Support.
                  Last edited by Goalie; 03-01-2004, 02:04 PM.

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