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  • n. a two-way radio communication system (usually microwave); part of a more extensive telecommunication network


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  • The N Company section commander there, who now maintained the only radio link with Linkman and Connors, gave a sporadic running commentary on enemy progress, having reported already the retreat of the damaged Leopard.

    First Clash

  • Throughout the morning, Oblensky and, some two miles distant, his colleague commanding 301st Tank Regiment, Colonel Pavel Podduyev, listened on the command radio link to remarks of comrades at the front.

    First Clash


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