P16141 TV manual

  1. ALFA CHECK
    Confirm/verify position of BULLSEYE or other specified point relative to the friendly aircrafts position.
  2. ANCHOR(ED)
    1. Involved in a visual fight and unable to leave. 2. Orbit about a specific point; refuelling track flown by tanker.
  3. AS FRAGGED
    Unit or element will be performing exactly as stated by the air tasking order.
  4. AUTHENTICATE
    To request or provide a response for a coded challenge.
  5. BINGO
    1. Fuel state needed for recovery. 2. Proceed/am proceeding to specified base (field) or carrier.
  6. BLIND
    Aircraft has lost visual contact with another friendly aircraft or ground position (opposite of VISUAL).
  7. BUDDY LOCK
    Fighter has radar locked to a known friendly aircraft. Normally a response to a SPIKE or BUDDY SPIKE call.
  8. BUDDY SPIKE
    RWR (Radar warning reciever) indication of a friendly AI-radar lock-on
  9. CLARA
    The radar scope is clear of enemy contacts
  10. CLEAN
    No radar contacts on BANDITS, BOGIES or aircraft of interest. No visible battle damage. Aircraft not carrying external stores.
  11. CONTACT
    1. Sensor contact at the stated position. 2. Acknowledges sighting of a specific reference point. 3. Individual radar returns within a quote GROUP or ARM unquote.
  12. DROP
    1. TRACK. The order to inhibit the release of the track to the link and relinquish reporting responsibility. 2. Stop monitoring of specified emitter/target/contact and resume search responsibilities. 3. Remove a specific system or EOB category from search responsibilities.
  13. FADED
    Radar contact is lost on unknown/non friendly contact.
  14. GIMBALS(W/BRAA)
    Call indicating radar target is approaching azimuth or elevation limits, implies a request to flight lead to modify intercept geometry, or direct PRESS/SPLIT/DROP.
  15. GOODWILL
    The boundary of an active MEZ (Military exclusion zone)(Missile engagement zone).
  16. GREEN (DIRECTION)
    Direction of no known enemy threats.
  17. HEADS UP
    Alert of an activity of interest. (Normally followed by amplifying information).
  18. HIT(S)
    1. (A/A) momentary radar return(s) in search. (Indicates approximate altitude information from fighter). 2. (A/G) Weapons impact within lethal distance.
  19. HOMEPLATE
    Home airfield/carrier.
  20. IN THE DARK
    Contact is in a known radar blind zone.
  21. JOKER
    Fuel state above BINGO at which separation/bugout/ event termination should begin.
  22. JUDY
    AD fighter has radar/ visual contact and is taking control of the intercept within a close control mission.
  23. KNOCK IT OFF
    Safety directive to cease air combat exercise manoeuvres/attacks/activities.
  24. KOBOLD
    MEZ is not active. (Opposite of OILFIELD).
  25. LOCKED
    Final radar/IR lock-on. 1. With group label – radar lock-on, sort is not assumed 2. With position – radar lock-on, correct targeting is not assumed.
  26. MONITOR
    Maintain radar awareness on or assume responsibility for a specified group.
  27. NAKED
    No RWR indications on the RWR scope.
  28. NO JOY
    Aircrew does not have visual contact with the target/bandit/bogey/landmark or enemy position.
  29. OILFIELD
    MEZ is active (opposite of KOBOLD).
  30. ON/OFF STATION
    I have reached/left my assigned station.
  31. PARROT SWEET/SOUR
    A military IFF transponder. SWEET - Equipment indicated is operating efficiently. SOUR - Equipment indicated is not operating efficiently
  32. PLAYTIME
    Amount of time aircraft can remain on station, given in hours plus minutes.
  33. RESET
    Proceed to pre-briefed position or area of operations.
  34. ROLEX
    Time change in minutes from a given datum. The term “plus” will indicate later time and the term “minus” will indicate an earlier time.
  35. SKIP IT
    Veto of fighter commit, usually followed with further directions.
  36. SORTED
    Sort responsibilities within Group have been met.
  37. SPIKED
    RWR indication of a HOSTILE AI radar lock-on (“RED 4, SPIKED, right 2 o’clock”).
  38. SPOTTED
    RWR indication of a HOSTILE search radar.
  39. STRANGLE
    Switch off equipment indicated.
  40. SWITCH(ED)
    Indicates an attacker is changing from one aircraft to another.
  41. TALLY
    Sighting of a target, bandit, bogey, landmark or enemy position; opposite of NO JOY.
  42. TARGETED
    Group responsibility has been met.
  43. TERMINATE
    • 1. Cease local engagement without affecting the overall exercise.
    • 2. Stop laser illumination of a target.
  44. TIMECHECK
    Check/change IFF code.
  45. VISUAL
    Sighting of a friendly aircraft ground position; opposite of BLIND.
  46. WINCHESTER
    Aircraft is out of ordnance.
  47. ZIPLIP
    Limit transmissions to critical information only (see MINIMIZE).
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