Report and Message Formats
Use to report results of route reconnaissance. Reference: FM 5-34, FM 17-95, and FM 17-98.
» WAR CRIME REPORTABLE INCIDENT REPORT [WCRIR]
Use to convey flash traffic to the commander relating to a possible, suspected, or alleged violation of the law of war discovered within the command.
» WEATHER ADVISORY/WATCH [WEATHERWATCH]
Use to send flash weather information that will affect current unit operations. Reference: FM 34-81.
» WEATHER FORECAST [WXFCST]
Use to provide the commander with forecasted weather expected in the area of operation until normal weather communications can be established. Update forecasts at least every six hours. Reference: FM 34-81.
» SURVIVABILITY REPORT [SURREP]
Use to report the completion of survivability tasks. Survivability tasks include digging, revetment, camouflage, and hardening of buildings. Reference: FM 5-34, FM 5-100, and FM 5-102.
» STRAGGLER STATUS REPORT [STRAGSTATREP]
Use to report any personnel who are in areas not authorized by current standing orders and are not assessed as missing in action. Reference: FM 19-1.
» STOP JAMMING MESSAGE [STOPJAMMING]
Use to terminate a jamming task being conducted by an EA asset. Reference: FM 34-40.
» SPOT REPORT [SPOTREP]
Use to send information to provide timely intelligence or status regarding events that could have an immediate and significant effect on current planning and operations. Reference: FM 17-15, FM 17-98, and FM 7-7.
» PERSONNEL STATUS REPORT [PERSTAT]
Use to report the status of the unit's personnel. Reference: FM 12-6.
» PATROL REPORT [PATROLREP]
Use to report information and combat actions obtained on mounted and dismounted patrols. Reference: FM 17-98, FM 17-95, FM 7-92, and FM 34-3.
» OPERATIONS SUMMARY [OPSUM]
Use to provide a commander's summary of significant operations to the next higher commander. Reference: FM 100-15, FM 71-100, and FM 101-5.
» OPERATION REPORT [OPREP]
Use to report operational situations, problems, recommended or intended courses of action, and other items not reported elsewhere. Send as determined by higher headquarters or by necessity of subordinate headquarters. Reference: FM 100-15, FM 71-100, and FM 101-5.
» OPERATION ORDER [ORDER]
Use to transmit the standard five-paragraph operation order (OPORD) and operation plan (OPLAN) that provide plans, instructions, and directives to subordinate and supporting military organizations. Reference: FM 101-5, FM 71-100, and FM 100-15.
» AMMUNITION FIRE UNIT-DEPLOYMENT COMMAND [AFU.DCMD]
Use to exchange battalion/regiment missions and assignments and changes thereto, preplanned fire position areas, and movement orders for battalion/regiment or fire units. Reference: FM 6-20-30 and FM 6-20-40.
» ACCIDENT REPORT/SERIOUS INCIDENT REPORT [SIR]
Use to convey flash traffic to the commander and command post relating to an accident or serious incident within the command. Use FLASH precedence on CMD nets. For all other stipulations and instructions refer to AR 190-40 (SIR) and AR 385-40 (Accident Report)