Our Battleship game teaches the youth how to anticipate moves, predict common ship placement and learn how to use a larger more powerful radio, like CB or Ham.

To play the Battleship game using radio, you will need at least two radios and a set of pre-determined coordinates that correspond to the "battleships" on each player's game board. The game is played similarly to the traditional game of Battleship, but instead of physically marking coordinates on a game board, the players communicate their coordinates via radio communication.

Here's how to play the game:

Each player should have a game board that is marked with a grid of coordinates, such as A1, B2, C3, etc.

Each player should secretly place their "battleships" on their game board by marking off certain coordinates. The ships can be placed horizontally or vertically and can be of varying lengths.

The players will take turns communicating their guesses to the other player via radio. For example, Player 1 may say "A3" and Player 2 would then respond with "hit" or "miss". If the guess is a "hit", the player should also communicate which ship has been hit (e.g. "you hit my battleship").

The players continue to take turns until one player has sunk all of the other player's battleships.

To make the game more interesting, you can add different rules or variations. For example, you could limit the number of guesses each player has or add "mines" to the game board that can cause extra damage if a player accidentally guesses that coordinate.

Playing Battleship using radio can be a fun way to practice clear and effective communication, as well as to learn about radio technology and techniques.