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Report and Message Formats

Use to preclude use of fire units during a specific time interval in a specific fire plan. Reference: FM 6-20.

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.

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.

Use to quickly pass critical maintenance information about nonmission capable parts and maintenance. Reference: FM 9-43-1.

Use (1) to list targets in the Fire Plan Target List and (2) to give scheduling data of fires in a fire plan. Reference: FM 6-20 and FM 6-20-10.

Use to convey a quick, consolidated medical status report as a snapshot rather than a full report. Reference: FM 8-10-3.

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.

Use to provide a timely and accurate estimate of damage resulting from the application of military force, either lethal or non-lethal, against a predetermined objective. Reference: FM 9-43-1.

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

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

Use to pass information on areas of actual nuclear, biological, or chemical contamination. This NBC5 voice message accommodates all NBC5 (NUC, BIO, or CHEM) reporting requirements by selected use of sets. Reference: FM 3-7.

Use to request information from requesting unit’s command post or other units. Reference: FM 101-5.

Use to disseminate exclusions from tactical fire control consideration for fire missions or specified fire-plan processing. Exclusions include specific weapons of fire units or combinations of shell and fuze by weapon type or fire unit. Reference: FM 6-20 and FM 6-16 through FM 6-16-3.

Use to report a periodic update or formal request of fuel unit requirements. Send as needed with ROUTINE precedence on A&L nets. Reference: FM 63-20 and FM 63-11.

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.

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