RSVP Help!

#1
My old CO wants me to remember what the mnemonic RSVP stood for.

So far we have;

R - Rythmn

S - Speed

V - ?

P - Pitch

any help gratefully received.
 
#5
Is he shoving you or what?
Rythm (strokes in and out evenly)
Speed (got to get it done quickly in case the adj walks in)
Volume (keep it down and don't squeal like a stuck pig)
Pitch (angle of entry)

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#6
mushroom said:
My old CO wants me to remember what the mnemonic RSVP stood for.

So far we have;

R - Rythmn

S - Speed

V - ?

P - Pitch

any help gratefully received.
Jeeze - that takes me back ** years. (censored for the weak at heart :oops: )
 
#7
Seeing as this question was also posted on the Signals board...

How about a quiz ?

LOPEP B ? ( I know what it's for, and I can't remember all of it )

BAPTISEME LPC? ( same as above )

CMADE ?
 
#11
the_guru said:
Seeing as this question was also posted on the Signals board...

How about a quiz ?

LOPEP B ? ( I know what it's for, and I can't remember all of it )

BAPTISEME LPC? ( same as above )

CMADE ?
Alright then, a clue.

LOPEP B ? 66mm

BAPTISE ME LPC 94mm
 
#12
Lets get down to it then#

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#13
Busterdog said:
A few more v.basic mnemonics:- FBID are all types of FCO and should be given CLAP in the sequence GRIT.


FBID = FIIK

FCO = Fire Control Order

CLAP = Clear Loud As an order Precise

GRIT = Group Range Indication Type of fire
 
#14
how about the old chestnuts.

D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F.......Do I look like I give a feck

P.O.N.T.I............Person of no tactical intelligence.....( Adjt)

L.O.M.B.A.R.D.......Lots of money but a right ********.....most RAMC commanding officers

W.W.W.......Treatment of unconscious casualties.......Wallet, Watch and Witnesses

T.M.O.B.....Top, middle or bottom.....storage selection for bodies in the mortuary

Medders
 
#16
Walthamstow said:
Trackpen said:
Walthamstow said:
CB SIT CB ?
Pre-launch checks for a glider.
Controls, Ballast, Straps, Instruments, Trim, Cable, Brakes (air). I think - it was a VERY long time ago.

Trackpen, you WERE in the Air Cadets and I claim my five pouds....!
Never. Not in a month of Sundays. My borstal only had CCF (Army). Of course, nowadays, they've gone all fluffy and added Naval and RAF sections.
No, I did a weekend course at Lasham in about 1970 - said it was a long time ago. Throughly enjoyed, but never had the cash to continue. Just shows, though, how valuable a teaching aid mnemonics can be.
 
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