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Report and Message Formats

Use to report bed availability and medical treatment element (MTE) status when the MEDREGREP record message can not be used. Reference: FM 8-10-5.

Use to reply to a transportation support request. Reference: FM 701-58.

Use to send periodic information (interim snapshots) of the environmental status of specific sites (assembly areas, base camps, logistical support areas, and medical facilities) where hazards are likely to occur, which can result in significant, immediate and/or long-term effects on the natural environment and/or health of friendly forces and noncombatants. Send IAW unit SOPs and commander’s direction.

Use to request that a specific airspace control means be specified in a future airspace control order. Reference: FM 100-103.

Use to request rear area security assistance. Reference: FM 100-15, FM 71-100, and FM 19-1.

Use to provide specific detailed orders for airspace management from a higher command to subordinate units. Reference: FM 100-103-2.

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.

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.

Use to warn commanders of severe weather affecting the area of operations. Transmit this message as required until normal weather communications are established. Reference: FM 34-81.

Use to inform commander and staff on status of crews in a unit (such as M1A2, M2A3, and AH-64 crew members). Send as directed by unit and IAW unit SOPs. Reference: FM 17-12-1/2 and FM 23-1.

Use to disseminate analysis criteria for nuclear target analysis, chemical target analysis, nuclear fire planning, and fallout prediction. Reference: FM 6-20.

Use to inform commander of status of movement and capability of the unit to conduct future operations. Submit upon completion of movement as directed by commander. Reference: FM 71-2 and FM 71-3.

Use to report, modify, or cancel an airspace coordination area to fire support agencies. Reference: FM 100-103.

Use to provide specific information pertaining to a reconnaissance mission flight. Reference: FM 34-2-1, FM 100-103, and FM 101-5.

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.

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