Shut up and Go word as opposed to safe word?

This is a discussion on Shut up and Go word as opposed to safe word? within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by OldVet Must be careful with "duress" codewords! Many years ago, the monthly duress codeword at the nuclear alert pad at base X ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Must be careful with "duress" codewords!

    Many years ago, the monthly duress codeword at the nuclear alert pad at base X was "antelope." A buddy and I were dispatched to repair a "cocked" B-52 and while waiting for the guard to finish checking our badges, etc., the buddy mentioned that he'd just come off leave from an antelope hunt. Next thing I knew we were both face down in the dirt, red-faced, and with a LOT of explaining to do.
    Had a very similar experience while working ICBM maintenance... Best part about it was as soon as my assistant uttered the word on the radio he knew exactly what he had done and said "*****!" over the net loud and clear.
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    In college, I found elective classes of my wife and in-laws foreign language. We primarily speak English in our home. My children are not proficient in a foreign language, but over time are accustomed to hearing certain words and phrases.

    It is Rare that I ever speak to them in a language other than English, even though their mother and grandparents do.

    In Emergency type situations, I have spoken to the children in a foreign language to illicit the response from the children I am looking for.

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