Re: Jargon query

Subject: Re: Jargon query
From: Keith Anderson <kanderso -at- TRI -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 25 Nov 1996 10:39:23 -0500

I believe UNICOM stands for:

Universal Integrated Communication system

I heard in the Air Force, but I can't verify that it's the same in the
south pole.


Keith Anderson

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>From: Eric J. Ray[SMTP:ejray -at- RAYCOMM -dot- COM]
>Sent: Monday, November 25, 1996 11:23 AM
>To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
>Subject: Jargon query

>Hey,
>A TECHWR-L subscriber is currently marooned at
>the south pole (really) and needs a bit of help
>with some jargon. I swear this isn't a joke.

>Message follows:
>>so-i am happily working away at south pole station and while it's a
>>trip being here, we are inside a massive geodesic dome, we have
>>limited references.
>>
>>could you post for me, the question of what does UNICOM stand for?
>>it's an acronym that i believe is in use in the military and is used
>>heavily by communications folks down here-but no one- and it is
>>getting amusing now-can figure out what it means.
>>
>>laura
>>(a temporary polie)
>>praderla -at- cyprus -dot- spole -dot- gov



>******************************************************
>Eric J. Ray ejray -at- raycomm -dot- com
>TECHWR-L Listowner




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