Use of the term "Actual"
"Actual", as in "Galactica Actual" or "Pegasus Actual" refers to a communication between one party and the actual commanding officer of the other party/entity, in real time. Instead of communication coming from the commanding officer, and being routed through the executive officer, then through a communications operator — the other party is, instead, talking to the actual CO directly. So the term "actual" is a radio or channel protocol, not a callsign. -- Hawke 09:06, 17 March 2006 (CST)
- My misunderstanding. Thank you for the correction.
- Davidkevin 21:19, 19 March 2006 (CST)
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- No problem -- I have a LiveJournal, so I'll write up something later tonight or tomorrow to which I can link my article contribution. Thanks for the heads-up about that. -- Davidkevin 19:06, 12 February 2007 (CST)