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  • n. communication
  • n. A communist.


Shortening with -o. (Wiktionary)


  • It was funny, butwhen I was going to school for ANOC for my E-7 I almost didn't finish, I only had 6 years to go and with only one E-7 in commo I thought "no use" but went ahead.

    A Commercial for Christmas

  • I wrote where they were hit, what with, and what happened to them afterwards as I had access to all this via the radio and being in the position of being the 'commo' man for the Lts. Two events of that platoon stand out to me as being unreal that anyone who was involved could ever forget happened and certainly if one was to write a book they would be in it.

    manny garcia

  • In other words, dial the tech level back to 1900 in terms of commo, nav, and command-control.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Prepping for Pucka.

  • Appalling failures in planning, command, commo and doctrine.

    7/7 Bombs – Police To Blame SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • “Appalling failures in planning, command, commo and doctrine.”

    7/7 Bombs – Police To Blame SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • They blind folded him, put one of his socks in his mouth and bound it with commo wire and bound his hand behind him with commo wire.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • His only responsibilities were the maintenance of the teams loudspeakers, commo equipment, vehicle and as the team vehicle driver.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • He was also able to cut through the commo wire that bound the box he was in.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • They placed him in a small box, bound with commo wire, his hands still bound behind, he was only able to squat in the box, unable to move.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • It does not make him any different than if he was a lineman attached to a commo unit supplying a



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