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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In a continuity that undoubtedly saved time and money, former chief radioman Elmer Luke returned to work full-time on radio control, this time as a civilian researcher improving an oscillating-reed circuit recognized by all parties as based on a principle that had been engineered into a workable system under the guidance of Hoyt Taylor, Carlos Mirick, Leo Young, and Matthew Schrenk in the 1920s.
3) In any event, the joint nature of command resulted in some unusual, if not unique, military justice actions: one special court-martial "involved the trial of a Navy radioman, who was prosecuted and defended by Army attorneys, before an Army judge, and with a Navy court reporter.
The candidates were at the microphone early and often started to wave the crowd to be silent until the radioman signaled that the circuit was open.
John Pritchard and Radioman First Class Benjamin Bottoms set out to locate and rescue the survivors of an Army Air Forces B-17 that crash-landed on Greenland's remote eastern coast near Koge Bay.
He had only an eighth grade education when he enlisted as a soldier in the Soviet Army, where he served as a radioman in the signal corps.
Then, flying home to Enterprise, aviation radioman 1st class Dave Cawley spotted the Japanese cruiser Katori to the north of Truk Lagoon.
Mike ended his remarks by emphasizing that he kept in close touch with his crew's radioman through all the years.
Babchenko was drafted into the army as a second-year law student and trained to be a radioman.
Before he had been kicked out of the Navy, he had hoped to be a radioman and had attempted to learn Morse code.
They relay course information and Oaxaca's radioman, a young officer fresh from Mexico's naval academy, replies in English.
As a young radioman enticed by the technological marvels of his age--and ultimately doomed by their shortcomings--Petlock touched the heart.
RADM Rixey first entered the Navy in April 1944 and served as a radioman in the Western Pacific during World War II.