Dean short initial Runway one-six additional traffic unmanned MQ-9 Midfield left downwind for Runway two five on Departure maintain a Tableau 5600 Until Outside the Class Delta One way to five wind one four zero at slides there for takeoff changes air traffic control phraseology is our way of communicating with pilots And other air traffic controllers it provides us with a quick and effective way of communicating at the same time Reducing any misunderstanding there may be having a standardized set of phraseology gives us a baseline so we can communicate effectively And quickly we want to provide safe orderly and expeditious service to make 3 1 Km maintain 6600 traffic two F-16s over get a thousand 100 right after basic training You go to tech school and you start getting the fundamentals of air traffic control and mainly the Phraseology Via Juliet Delta Alpha Bravo Correcting Phraseology can be fun and Frustrating a lot of controllers will practice just by saying it out loud Over and over until it’s driven into their head so you know when they need to use it they can use it properly And when I’m sound nervous or unconfident confidence is a big factor in this job. Especially was saying phraseology It’s important for the pilot to have trust in you you’re giving him a control instruction take the part your destination industry respectively turn right turn left [sent] and maintained climb and maintain you know he wants the Confidence in your [voice] [that] all right this guy wants me to do this I have confidence that they’re going to keep me safe So when you say phraseology everyday, and you know it’s your job. You’re saying it all the time It’s not uncommon to find yourself. You know with your buddies Spinning off phraseology, you know not uncommon to say standby or unable Sometimes I’ll find myself saying correction when I don’t like something. I said, and I don’t know people look at me like I’m crazy I found that in Rapcon which is a military version of the trach on the radar Controller it’s a whole nother ball game. You’re given longer traffic calls You’re given more detailed control instructions out here. We see the aircraft We have a lot smaller airspace so usually our control instructions are Simple one Charlie hold sure. our job mainly is too far as traffic calls go tell pilot of other aircraft’s location around them we use control instructions to steer them out of the way or climb them send them and maintain separation between a Example of traffic call and maybe with the control instruction to be climb maintained 7100 turn right heading 0-3-0 traffic Eleven o’clock five miles F-16 South westbound descending out of 6500 so that means I want the pilot to turn right and climb to avoid the traffic that is at his 11 o’clock and Bearing down on them only five miles away Unless there’s an immediate threat to the pilot and his aircraft we control it we tell him what to do and when to do it. Because he was just flying out there he might just turn right into someone and not even though they were there So that’s our job, to prevent that from happening Levi 11 Romeo 8 2-5-1-9-0 @ 8 clear takeoff, change to departure.