- n. Plural form of wireless operator.
“The B-Dienst group waited to start work on any enemy signals which could be intercepted, but the wireless operators reported to the bridge that W/T traffic was normal.”
“However, that was soon forgotten when the Graf Spee's wireless operators picked up a long radiogram from the See - kriegslietung.”
“And all the time the wireless operators in both ships were listening to broadcasts from European stations giving the latest news of the Fuehrer's march on Poland.”
“He could only wait — wait until his lookouts spotted something, or his wireless operators picked up a signal addressed To CCSAD:”
“Trevanion incident Langsdorff was not going to mess about using-machine guns to dissuade wireless operators from transmitting RRR reports.”
“As Langsdorff hurried to the bridge, wireless operators switched on the Marconi radio set, which had been taken out of the”
“Next day the Graf Spee's wireless operators intercepted a good deal of signalling between the British flying-boat Beothik and British steamers.”
“His own wireless operators had warned him that the Huntsman had managed to transmit a distress message, but it was in the off-watch period and no one had been heard to reply.”
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