radioman


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ra·di·o·man

 (rā′dē-ō-măn′)
n.
A radio technician or operator.

radioman

(ˈraɪdɪəʊmən)
n, pl -men
1. a man who operates or fixes radios, esp a man in the military responsible for a radio
2. (Broadcasting) radio a man involved in radio broadcasting
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Jude left Vancouver alone, traveling to Chicago to begin her life in the United States with Bob's family, while he finished his tour in the Navy as radioman on the USS Yorktown.
Denemar Albani, 27, the platoon radioman, was proposing marriage.
My father was a radioman in the Air Force, and he would let me help him rebuild radios.
The Trumbo star took time out to pose with the famous Radioman, a fixture of the New York film industry.
He tells me that he was so seasick he spent his duty tours as a radioman with a bucket continually at his feet, so I'll close with "BZ.
Currently, all interfaces operate through the RadioMan database system.
I noticed a man walk over to a window, open it and crawl in, greeting the radioman like a long lost relative.
He then enlisted in the Navy in the Korean War for four years and was honorably discharged in 1955 with the rank of radioman third class petty officer.
At first, Laurie thinks the Radioman, as she called the apparition, was just something she'd conjured in a childhood dream.
The phrase is very negative and implies defeat," the radioman rued.
Deputy Operations Officer at Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic (NCTAMS LANT), Donald Owens, joined the Navy in 1977 as a radioman.
After working briefly as a journalist and a radioman for the Royal Navy he went to study at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, in a class that included future stars Albert Finney, Alan Bates and Richard Harris.