Service number

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A service number is a number of an armed force branch of a micronation corresponding and assigned to members in said branch.

Baustralia

In the Kingdom of Baustralia, everyone is given a random 5-digit number that they shall remember for use when reporting.

{RANK} {LAST NAME}, {SERVICE NUMBER}, reporting/requesting {REASON}, {PROMPT IF NECESSARY}, {MANNER OF ADDRESS}

For example, a Commanding Officer may report his ship to an admiral like such:

Commodore Jenkinson, SIX TWO TREE FIFE TREE,[bn 1] reporting His Royal Navy Reserves, do you wish to inspect, Sir?

or, a Warrant Officer may report to his Platoon Commander for a request for his subordinate to visit stores:

Warrant McGrath, SIX ZERO ZERO SIX FOWER,[bn 2] requesting if Private Condon could visit stores, Sir.

Ikonia

In the Kingdom of Ikonia, the Armed Forces of Ikonia assigns everyone a random 3-digit number that they shall remember for use when reporting.

{RANK} {LAST NAME}, {SERVICE NUMBER}, reporting/requesting {REASON}, {PROMPT IF NECESSARY}, {MANNER OF ADDRESS}

For example, a Cadet in His Majesty's Army may report his position to an General like such:

Cadet Flores, THREE HUNDRED, reporting my position at {POSITION},how do you copy, Sir?

Notes

  1. 62353 in phonetic numerals
  2. 60064 in phonetic numerals