Communicating through VHF

NATO spelling alphabet
Communicating through VHF
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NATO spelling alphabet
Communicating through VHF

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

NATO spelling alphabet
Lesson Goals:

- Perform a radio check through VHF

- Have a short but well-structured conversation through VHF

Slide 2 - Tekstslide


Slide 3 - Video

What went wrong?

Slide 4 - Woordweb

Slide 5 - Video

Slide 6 - Video


Slide 7 - Video

Things you noticed

Slide 8 - Woordweb

Standard procedures are:

- (Name ship or callsign) this is (name ship or callsign)
This is said 3 times when starting the conversation so to be sure that the other side hears you.

- Radio check
We do this to make sure that both parties involved can understand and hear each other correctly. This way there shouldn't be any miscommunication.

- Ending your sentence with “over”
We do this so that the other side knows that you are finished with talking and that it is their turn.

- The use of “roger”
We use roger when we have understood the other person. So, when you get an order, you respond with “roger”.

- The use of “say again"
We use this when you didn't understand the other person or when you didn't hear it correctly.

- Ending the conversation with “out”
When someone ends their sentence with “out” it means that the conversation is ended.

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Group 1
Ship A
what is your destination?
Ship B
my destination is Norway, Bergen. I spell B E R G E N
what is your cargo?
Our cargo are party supplies and alcoholic drinks
Do you identify as a Dutch Navy vessel?
Yes, we bring the party every where we go.

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Group 2
Ship A
we are aproaching a mine
Ship B
My diving team is standing by
I will use the Seafox, I spell S E A F O X, to identify it
we will stay in this position and wait for new instructions
you will do the communication during the detonation
confirm in the correct way and end conversation

Slide 11 - Tekstslide