EAM to be decoded!

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mancow

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Nobody knows but them. That's the point of it being coded. There is absolutely no way to decode it.
 

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It can mean one of two things; it's just a test or we are really SCREWED!!!!
 

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When I was in the USAF, coded transmissions correlated to a form issued that day, or even a number of forms, and depending on the letter or number that would correspond to a task or sentence or even a word on that form for a completed message. It's kinda like a one time use cypher key. Usually you would get those letters or numbers after authentication, most of my orders related to air strikes for close air support.
 

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ind224 said:
Re read it. Fun is the header look at the last four characters. Very sly. :cool:
I don't see what you're looking at, but at least I can not post my comments, on formatting error(s), etc...
 
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