Why do pilots say roger on the radio?

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Why Pilots Say 'Roger' On Radio:
  • In 1927 'Roger' was used to represent the 'R' in 'Received' and was used by the pilot to let the radio operator the pilot had received and understood the instructions. It was used primarily during WWII because not everyone understood English. In 1957 'Roger' was replaced by 'Romeo.' 'Roger Wilco' means 'I received your instructions and I will follow them. Wilco is also an abbreviation of "Will Comply".
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