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Report and Message Formats

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» REAR AREA SECURITY ACTIVITIES [RASACT]
Use to report rear area security activities. Reference: FM 100-15 and FM 19-1.

» REAR AREA SECURITY REQUEST [RASREQ]
Use to request rear area security assistance. Reference: FM 100-15, FM 71-100, and FM 19-1.

» RECONNAISSANCE EXPLOITATION REPORT [RECCEXREP]
Use to provide an abbreviated imagery interpretation report in a tactical situation

» RECONNAISSANCE NICKNAME REPORT [RECON 1]
Use to report additions, changes, or deletions of operation order numbers and associated nicknames for reconnaissance. Reference: FM 34-2-1and FM 101-5.

» RECONNAISSANCE TRACK REPORT [RECON 2]
Use (1) to submit proposed reconnaissance tracks for mission approval and (2) to modify or delete existing active reconnaissance tracks. Reference: FM 34-2-1 and FM 101-5.

» RECONNAISSANCE SCHEDULING REPORT [RECON 3]
Use (1) to provide selected and specific data on proposed reconnaissance mission schedules, (2) to make changes to approved schedules, and (3) to inform of CINC/unit intention to fly specific reconnaissance missions. Reference: FM 34-2-1 and FM 101-5.

» RECONNAISSANCE FOLLOWING REPORT [RECON 4]
Use to provide specific information pertaining to a reconnaissance mission flight. Reference: FM 34-2-1, FM 100-103, and FM 101-5.

» REQUEST CONFIRMATION [REQCONF]
Use (1) to inform the requesting command, tasking authority, and tasked units of actions being taken and (2) to provide additional information about the missions. Use for both preplanned and immediate air-tasking cycles. Reference: FM 100-103 and FM 1-100.

» REQUEST FOR INFORMATION [RFI]
Use to request information from requesting unit's command post or other units. Reference: FM 101-5.

» ROAD CLEARANCE REQUEST [ROADCLRREQ]
Use (1) to request road clearance and movement authority for the movement of outsized or overweight vehicles or (2) for the movement of convoys over a controlled or restricted road network. Reference: FM 100-15, FM 71-100, and FM 701-58.

» RULES OF ENGAGEMENT AUTHORIZATION [ROEAUTH]
Use to authorize or refuse the implementation of specific rules of engagement. Reference: FM 101-5.

» RULES OF ENGAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION [ROEIMPL]
Use to implement or cancel a specific rule of engagement. Reference: FM 101-5.

» SAEDA REPORT [SAEDAREP]
Use to provide notification of a Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the Army (SAEDA) incident. Reference: FM 34-60 and AR 310-50.

» SCATTERABLE MINEFIELD RECORD [SCATMINREC]
Use to report emplacement of scatterable mines (SCATMINE). IAW unit SOPs or SCATMINE planning and execution policy, units will prepare and submit SCATMINREC in enough time to allow the request to be disseminated to all affected units. Once executed, it is critical to report each obstacle as a separate SCATMINREC to ensure it gains immediate visibility. (Placing SCATMINREC in the obstacle database, which is how most of the normal obstacles will be reported, slows dissemination.) This is especially important if the obstacle is on a unit boundary or beyond the FLOT. Reference: FM 20-32, FM 90-7, and FM 5-34.

» SCATTERABLE MINEFIELD REQUEST [SCATMINREQ]
Use to request authority to plan emplacement of scatterable mines (SCATMINE). IAW unit SOPs or the SCATMINE planning and execution policy, units will prepare and submit SCATMINREQ in enough time to allow the request to be staffed at the appropriate level and approval or disapproval returned to the requesting unit. Once a unit receives permission to plan a SCATMINE obstacle, it must still receive release authority before proceeding. This process is normally given when a scatterable minefield warning (SCATMINWARN) is sent 30 minutes prior to execution and the higher commander acknowledges and approves the release. Once the minefield is in place, a minefield/obstacle report (SCATMINREC) is sent to register the minefield. This is key, as the minefield may be on a unit boundary or beyond the FLOT. Reference: FM 20-32, FM 90-7, and FM 5-34.

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