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  • RAF air-to-air radio communications

    I am looking for specific examples of RAF air-to-air radio communications, and also ground controllers passing information and directions to airborne fighters in the Battle of Britain timeframe. What were the callsign procedures/selection; what format was used for passing directions? For example, from the ground would it be Vector (to target), then Altitude (in Angels?), distance, number of enemy (or bogies or bandits???) etc or some other standard order??

    Any help will be appreciated!

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