- n. Plural form of radioman.
“The vessel was sunk by the cruiser Nashville, but American radiomen overheard the Japanese sending a warning.”
“Though not part of the job description, the radiomen also reviewed the Associated Press and United Press International wires and printed copies of the latest headlines that when mimeographed served as the Libertys daily newspaper.”
“James Halman, who desperately had tried to alert the Sixth Fleet of the attack, dropped his microphone, stepped into the passageway, and lay down along with the other radiomen.”
“Six minutes into the assault, the Libertys radiomen switched transmitters but still could not get a clear message out.”
“Halman and the other radiomen concluded the attackers had jammed the Libertys communications.”
“Unlike the spooks down below who listened to the tank commanders on the battlefield, Halman and the other radiomen managed the ships radio network out of an office just above the main deck.”
“The radiomen grabbed all the necessary gear and relocated below.”
“Saratoga radiomen relayed another message two minutes later that foreshadowed the horror the Liberty now faced. 3 unidentified gunboats approaching vessel now.”
“The Saratogas communications officer personally delivered the news of the attack to Captain Joseph Tully, Jr., on the bridge of that carrier soon after radiomen picked up the Libertys distress calls.”
“Each time the planes strafed the ship, the radiomen found the frequency interrupted by a sound like feedback.”
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