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ELECTRONIC WARFARE REQUESTING/TASKING MESSAGE [EWRTM]

Use (1) to task component commanders to perform EW operations to support the overall EW plan, (2) to support component EW operations, and (3) to request EW support from sources outside their commands.

LINE 1 — DATE AND TIME______________________________(DTG)

LINE 2 — UNIT________________________________________(Unit Making Report)

LINE 3 — EA__________________________________________(Electronic Activity)

LINE 4 — TASKED_____________________________________(Designator of Tasked Unit if the JOC is Tasking the Unit)

LINE 5 — COUNTRY___________________________________(Nationality of the Target Emitter of Concern)

LINE 6 — LOCATION___________________________________(UTM or Six-Digit Grid Coordinate With MGRS Grid Zone Designator)

LINE 7 — EMITTER_____________________________________(Emitter Call Sign and Name or Nomenclature)

LINE 8 — FUNCTION___________________________________(Primary Function of Target)

LINE 9 — NOTATION___________________________________(Notation or Sorting Code)

LINE 10 — SIGNAL_____________________________________(Type of Signal of Target Emitter)

LINE 11 — ON TIME____________________________________(DTG That Planned EA Activity Was Initiated)

LINE 12 — OFF TIME___________________________________(DTG That Planned EA Activity Was Terminated)

LINE 13 — PRIORITY___________________________________(Relative Importance of EA Mission)

LINE 14 — TYPE_______________________________________(Type of EA and Technique Used Against the Emitter)

LINE 15 — PRIMARY FREQUENCY_______________________(Primary Frequency of EA Target Signal)

LINE 16 — SECONDARY FREQUENCY____________________(Secondary Frequency of EA Target Signal)

LINE 17 — LOW FREQUENCY___________________________(Lower Frequency Limit of Target Class)

LINE 18 — HIGH FREQUENCY___________________________(Upper Frequency Limit of Target Class)

LINE 19 — BANDWIDTH________________________________(Target Frequency Bandwidth Expressed in MHz)

LINE 20 — PULSE REPETITION__________________________(Pulse Repetition Interval or Frequency)

LINE 21 — ES_________________________________________(Electronic Support)

LINE 22 — COUNTRY __________________________________(Nationality of the Target Emitter of Concern)

LINE 23 — LOCATION__________________________________(Emitter Location Described in UTM or Six-Digit Grid Coordinate With MGRS Grid Zone Designator)

LINE 24 — EMITTER____________________________________(Emitter Call Sign and Name or Nomenclature)

LINE 25 — FUNCTION__________________________________(Primary Function of Target)

LINE 26 — NOTATION__________________________________(Notation or Sorting Code)

LINE 27 — SIGNAL_____________________________________(Type of Signal of Target Emitter)

LINE 28 — PRIMARY FREQUENCY_______________________(Primary Frequency of ES Target Signal)

LINE 29 — SECONDARY FREQUENCY____________________(Secondary Frequency of ES Target Signal)

LINE 30 — LOW FREQUENCY ___________________________(Lower Frequency Limit of Target Equipment Class)

LINE 31 — HIGH FREQUENCY___________________________(Upper Frequency Limit of Target Equipment Class)

LINE 32 — BANDWIDTH________________________________(Target Frequency Bandwidth Expressed in MHz)

LINE 33 — PULSE REPETITION__________________________(Pulse Repetition Interval or Frequency)

LINE 34 — ON TIME ____________________________________(DTG That Planned ES Activity Will be Initiated)

LINE 35 — OFF TIME___________________________________(DTG That Planned ES Activity Was Terminated)

LINE 36 — ESSENTIAL__________________________________(EEI Category Indicator)

LINE 37 — PRIORITY___________________________________(Relative Importance of ES Mission)

LINE 38 — CHAFF______________________________________(Type of Chaff)

LINE 39 — LOWER FREQUENCY_________________________(Lower Frequency of a Range of Frequencies That is to be Blanked by Chaff or the Lower EA Frequency)

LINE 40 — UPPER FREQUENCY__________________________(Upper Frequency of a Range of Frequencies That is to be Blanked by Chaff or the Upper EA Frequency)

LINE 41 — LOW LEVEL_________________________________(Lower Altitude in Hundreds of Feet of Airspace to be Blanked by Chaff)

LINE 42 — UPPER LEVEL________________________________(Upper Altitude in Hundreds of Feet of Airspace to be Blanked by Chaff)

LINE 43 — TECHNIQUE_________________________________(EA Technique to be Employed)

LINE 44 — COUNTRY __________________________________(Country in Which Chaff is to be Employed)

LINE 45 — ON TIME____________________________________(DTG That the Planned Chaff Drop Will be Initiated)

LINE 46 — OFF TIME___________________________________(DTG That the Planned Chaff Drop Will Terminate)

LINE 47 — START LOCATION___________________________(Start Location of the Chaff Drop in UTM or Six-Digit Grid Coordinate With Grid Zone Designator)

LINE 48 — STOP LOCATION____________________________(Stop Location of the Chaff Drop in UTM or Six-Digit Grid Coordinate With Grid Zone Designator)

LINE 49 — NARRATIVE_________________________________(Free Text for Additional Information Required for Clarification of Report)

LINE 50 — AUTHENTICATION___________________________(Report Authentication)


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