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|English to Polish translations [PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Four FWs 10 o'clock level. Climbing.|
|Four Fws 10 o'clock level. Climbing.|
Is there something like that in Polish military terminology like referring to hours on the clock to indicate directions? i.e.
12 o'clock meants straight ahead of you, 3 o'clock - straight to your right, etc.
|Local time: 13:50|
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Vladek (Wladyslaw) Moroz
Local time: 20:50
|THANKS, A LOT.|
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