here's a reference for anyone who has ever wondered what the verbal hash is about when military, police, aviation, ham, or other radio types spell out words. each letter is deliberately spoken as a particular word (beginning with the chosen letter), to avoid confusion over fuzzy frequencies from sound-alike letters, e.g. "c", "d", "e", "g", "p", "t", "v" and "z". the military and aviation phonetic alphabet is as follows:
Papa (accent on the second syllable)
once you have those down, you can start working on the Morse code equivalents !