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AMMUNITION FIRE UNIT-FIRE STATUS [AFU.FUS]

Use to provide information on the friendly fire unit situation for making tactical fire direction decisions. Reference: FM 6-20-30 and FM 6-20-40.

LINE 1 — DATE AND TIME______________________________(DTG)

LINE 2 — UNIT________________________________________(Unit Making Report)

LINE 3 — POI__________________________________________(Primary Option Indicator. Enter ADD, AMEND, or CANCEL)

LINE 4 — PLAN________________________________________(Fire Plan Designation)

LINE 5 — STATUS______________________________________(Fire Unit Status)

LINE 6 — RETURN_____________________________________(Expected DTG Return to Operation)

LINE 7 — WEAPONS___________________________________(Number of Weapons, Surface-to-Surface Weapon Type)

LINE 8 — MODEL NO.__________________________________(Artillery Weapon Model Number)

LINE 9 — RESPONSE___________________________________(Unit Response DTG in Minutes)

LINE 10 — ZONE_______________________________________(UTM Grid Zone and 100-KM Square)

LINE 11 — GRID________________________________________(UTM or Six-Digit Grid Coordinate With MGRS Grid Zone Designator)

LINE 12 — AZIMUTH___________________________________(Azimuth of Fire in Mils)

LINE 13 — MIN________________________________________(Minimum Range in Meters)

LINE 14 — MAX________________________________________(Munitions Range Limitation Designator and Maximum Range in Meters)

LINE 15 — MAX________________________________________(Munitions Range Limitation Designator and Maximum Range in Meters)

LINE 16 — MAX________________________________________(Munitions Range Limitation Designator and Maximum Range in Meters)

LINE 17 — MAX________________________________________(Munitions Range Limitation Designator and Maximum Range in Meters)

LINE 18 — MAX________________________________________(Munitions Range Limitation Designator and Maximum Range in Meters)

LINE 19 — MAX________________________________________(Munitions Range Limitation Designator and Maximum Range in Meters)

LINE 20 — MAX________________________________________(Munitions Range Limitation Designator and Maximum Range in Meters)

LINE 21 — MAX RATE__________________________________(Maximum Rate of Fire in Rounds per Weapon per Minute)

LINE 22 — SUSTAIN____________________________________(Sustained Rate of Fire in Rounds per Weapon per Minute)

LINE 23 — AUTHORIZED________________________________(Fire Unit Authorized Ammunition Indicator)

LINE 24 — AUTHORIZED________________________________(Fire Unit Authorized Ammunition Indicator)

LINE 25 — LEFT LIMIT__________________________________(Azimuth of Left Traverse Limit in Mils)

LINE 26 — RIGHT LIMIT_________________________________(Azimuth of Right Traverse Limit in Mils)

LINE 27 — MISSION____________________________________(Fire Unit Mission)

LINE 28 — ZONE OF FIRE_______________________________(Zone of Fire (Responsibility))

LINE 29 — SUPPORTING________________________________(Battery/Company, Battalion Regiment, and Regiment/Brigade/Division Designators/Corps or Echelon Above Corps)

LINE 30 — REINFORCING_______________________________(Battalion/Regiment and Regiment/Brigade/Division Designators)

LINE 31 — EXPOSURE__________________________________(Nuclear Radiation Exposure Status)

LINE 32 — NVC________________________________________(Nuclear Vulnerability Category)

LINE 33 — NARRATIVE_________________________________(Free Text for Additional Information Required for Clarification of Report)

**Repeat lines 1 through 33 if required. Assign sequential line numbers to succeeding iterations; for example, first iteration 1 through 33; second iteration, 1a through 33a, and so on.

LINE 34 — AUTHENTICATION___________________________(Report Authentication)


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