WILCO

Mikeo38

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English (British)
In military signals parlance, the code word “WILCO” means “message received, understood and will be complied with”. Does anyone know its equivalent in French?
Merci d’avance.
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  • Mikeo38

    Senior Member
    English (British)
    Thanks for your reply. Yes, I did wonder whether “Wilco” was an international procedure word although I don’t remember ever hearing it used in French. Despite the NATO connection, French ops, when working each other, often prefer “à vous” to “over”, “terminez” to “out” and “bien reçu” to “Roger”.

    Further to the last, I’ve just seen:

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vocabulaire_radio_professionnel

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