May 7, 2019

[Answer] 2. Since 1957, US military radio operators have used a standard phonetic alphabet so that letters could be understood more easily over radio transmissions. This current phonetic alphabet uses which words for X and Y, respectively?

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...1. X-ray and Yoke 2. X-ray and Yankee 3. Xylophone and Yahoo 4. Xenon and Yesterday X-Ray has been standard since 1913. Yoke was changed to Yankee in 1957.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "2. Since 1957, US military radio operators have used a standard phonetic alphabet so that letters could be understood more easily over radio transmissions. This current phonetic alphabet uses which words for X and Y, respectively?"



X-ray and Yankee:


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