radio watch


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radio watch

[′rād·ē·ō ‚wäch]
(communications)
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Since joining Naperville Community Radio Watch (NCRW) in 1993, Mr.
He also runs a subscription site for radio devotees called Northeast Radio Watch.
On 30 November 1972, at about 1545, LTC Bongers entered one of the team's commo bunkers, where the accused was on radio watch. After watching the accused open a can of beer, Bongers relieved him for drinking on duty, and then told him to leave the commo bunker.
"I try to cram as much as I can while on radio watch," he said.
An inquiry held after the disaster led to all ships having enough lifeboats, a 24-hour radio watch and an Atlantic patrol to look out for icebergs.
Plans are underway, he said, for Auxiliarists to come into the station and stand radio watch with active-duty Coasties.