RATELO

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RATELORadiotelephone Operator
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The General Radiotelephone Operator's License is considered to be a leading benchmark within the aviation field.
The enemy accurately adjusted the indirect fire and one round impacted directly on BP Heather, injuring the platoon leader, platoon sergeant, forward observer, and radiotelephone operator. The remainder of 1st Platoon was able to collect casualties and start movement to the company casualty collection point (CCP).
In the best cases, he has three rifle squads, a weapons squad, and a headquarters, consisting of the platoon sergeant, a medic, a radiotelephone operator, and himself.
With the removal of the platoon leader's radiotelephone operator (RTO) and making one of the squad leaders a sergeant with one of his fire team leaders a corporal, current authorizations remain the same (Figures 1 and 2).
He is also an ABYC (American Boat and Yacht Council) Master Certified Technician, an FCC (Federal Communications Commission) licensed amateur extra class radio operator (KZ3MRB) and full FCC commercial technician, comprising GROL (General Radiotelephone Operators License), Radar endorsement, and GMDSS (Global Marine Distress Safety System) operator/maintainer certifications.
While other platoons in the battalion used their FOs mainly as an additional radiotelephone operators, 2nd Platoon effectively employed its young but highly skilled 13F--SPC David Williams--as an effects coordinator and an 1SR asset at the platoon level.