Military types have a tendency to hide their lack of knowledge on a subject with verbiage and bluster; one essential element of their English-language toolkit is the all-purpose phrase "be advised", as shown in the following real-life, non-fabricated example:

All operators please be advised as of the current time that nys1ax02-rtr s5/0/0:0 is in the administratively down state currently for the purposes of testing the circuit existing between our location present in New York and our Whippany facility as of now currently.

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