Question: What Does Copy That 10 4 Mean?

What is the difference between Roger that and copy that?

Speaking frankly (Might as well invite Frank along since Roger’s already here!), there isn’t any difference between ‘Copy that’ & ‘Roger that’.

Both phrases mean the same thing..

What does 10 4 mean in the military?

Official APCO Ten Signals by eraSignalAPCO Meaning1940 (APCO Standards Committee)APCO Project 14 (1974)10-4Acknowledgement.Affirmative (Ok)10-5Relay.Relay (To)10-6Busy.Busy95 more rows

What does a 10 50 mean?

10-50. Accident (F-Fire, PI-Personal Injury, PD-Property Damage) Vehicle Accident (F-Fire, PI-Personal Injury, PD-Property Damage)

What’s the difference between 10 4 and copy?

Truckers have shorthand ways of speaking to each other over the radio, and “10-4” means “Yes, I acknowledge,” similar to the way pilots and air traffic controllers use the term “Roger,” and military radio operators use “Copy.”

What does Copy that mean?

I Heard and Understood the MessageCOPY THAT means “I Heard and Understood the Message.” It is also a video game, available on IOS and Android. … Although it is not an official term used in military voice procedure, it is widely used by military personnel in Hollywood movies and video games.

What does a 10 20 mean?

Finally, you’ve probably used “10-4” to acknowledge that you heard or understood something that someone said. Same with “what’s your 20?” which is short for 10-20, meaning location. These everyday terms originated from CB radio slang.