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Radio
communication.
Military patrols
(exer...
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Listen to the recording:
http://www.theguar...
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SHUGA patrol base
„FOX 06”
Foot patrol
fr...
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REMEMBER:
EXAMPLE:
When you want to initiat...
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EAGLE 01: Are the local citizens present in...
Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com
REMEMBER:
EXAMPLE:
In case of some interfer...
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You encountered an aggressive mob (c.50pax)...
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A car has just
exploded in a crowd!
1x FF W...
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REMEMBER:
EXAMPLE:
When reporting any event...
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One suicide bomber detonated in a nearby ho...
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Military patrol radio communication English speaking exercises

English lesson plan for military English teachers. The English class comprises reading and listening part. The speaking part relates to the previously presented article and recording and uses "The patrol" game rules. Radio communication is done via Skype.

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Military patrol radio communication English speaking exercises

  1. 1. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com Radio communication. Military patrols (exercises) All pictures were taken from other websites for educational purpose only
  2. 2. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com Listen to the recording: http://www.theguardian.com/world/audio/2010/nov/17/military- afghanistan-sangin Answer the following questions: -What was sergeant Andy Hughes’s job in Afghanistan? -Where did they sleep? -Who was the worst casualty for him? Why? Read the article: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/nov/17/royal-marines- horrible-reality-afghanistan Answer the following questions: -Why was the 40 Commando’s duty so hard in Sangin? -Who was usually targeted by the Talibans? -What was the most lethal TB’s tactics concerning IEDs? -Why did the Commando’s situation improve during last three months?
  3. 3. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com N SHUGA patrol base „FOX 06” Foot patrol from FOB JACKSON, 3 km N direction Report to your TOC („EAGLE 01”) what you are doing.
  4. 4. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com REMEMBER: EXAMPLE: When you want to initiate radio exchange, first you must call out the addressee of your message. To notify the addressee about incoming message call him/her twice, giving his/her call sign. Then give your call sign. When you expect the other part to answer, finish your portion of message with a word “OVER.” If there is a traffic on the air, use “BREAK, BREAK” to cut into the network. Only in case of higher priority of your message! -EAGLE 01, EAGLE 01, this is FOX 06, over. -FOX 06, this is EAGLE 01, proceed. -EAGLE 01, this is FOX 06. We continue our patrol. We passed by SHUGA patrol base and we are at 42S VC 34560 90430. Over. -FOX 06, this EAGLE 01. Say again the last three digits, over…
  5. 5. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com EAGLE 01: Are the local citizens present in the town? What is the POL? Town of ALQUEB
  6. 6. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com REMEMBER: EXAMPLE: In case of some interference or just to confirm how your message was received you may need to ask about the reception. In this instance we use “HOW DO YOU COPY?” or even shorter “HOW COPY?” To ask about general quality of the reception you may also ask “HOW DO YOU READ?” There are two ways of responding to such questions. You may simply answer “COPY LOUD AND CLEAR” (=”LIMA CHARLIE”) or give the answerer the notion of the signal quality by giving the note from 1 to 5. -EAGLE 01, EAGLE 01, this is FOX 06, over. -FOX 06, this is EAGLE 01, copy 2 out of 5. Say again. -EAGLE 01, this is FOX 06. We reached ALQUEB town, I SAY AGAIN, we are at ALQUEB town, how copy? -FOX 06, this is EAGLE 01, LIMA CHARLIE now. What is the status of the local population in the town? Any visual contact with civilians? Over. -EAGLE 01, this is FOX 06. We have eyes on 4 ECHO, over.
  7. 7. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com You encountered an aggressive mob (c.50pax). Report the situation. crowd
  8. 8. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com A car has just exploded in a crowd! 1x FF WIA 12x LN KIA 42 x LN WIA
  9. 9. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com REMEMBER: EXAMPLE: When reporting any event, you can use SALTUR template: S – Strength A – Action L – Location T – Time U – Unit R – Reaction / Recommendation -EAGLE 01, EAGLE 01, this is FOX 06, over. -FOX 06, this is EAGLE 01, ready to copy, over. -EAGLE 01, this is FOX 06. Suicide bomber attack in the town. Prepare for receiving SALTUR, over. -This is EAGLE 01, ready to copy. -This is FOX 06, Line 1: …., LINE 2:…
  10. 10. Linguistic Atelier – military English courses http://www.LinguisticAtelier.com One suicide bomber detonated in a nearby house. What do you suggest? Any survivors? Is it safe? Any subsequent attack to happen?

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