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Report and Message Formats


» SUPPORT-DAMAGE AVOIDANCE AREA [SPRT.DAACAT]
Use (1) to establish nuclear damage categories and (2) to disseminate command guidance establishing chemical avoidance criteria within damage avoidance areas. Reference: FM 3-3-1.

» PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL REPORT [PRETECHREP]
Use to disseminate initial technical information on captured or acquired foreign material and ordnance. Reference: FM 34-54 and FM 34-60.

» SCATTERABLE MINEFIELD RECORD [SCATMINREC]
Use to report emplacement of scatterable mines (SCATMINE). IAW unit SOPs or SCATMINE planning and execution policy, units will prepare and submit SCATMINREC in enough time to allow the request to be disseminated to all affected units. Once executed, it is critical to report each obstacle as a separate SCATMINREC to ensure it gains immediate visibility. (Placing SCATMINREC in the obstacle database, which is how most of the normal obstacles will be reported, slows dissemination.) This is especially important if the obstacle is on a unit boundary or beyond the FLOT. Reference: FM 20-32, FM 90-7, and FM 5-34.

» CHEMICAL DOWNWIND REPORT (CDM) [CDMREP]
Use to transmit warning of potential chemical hazard from a biological or chemical attack. Send as necessary. Reference: ATP-45(A) and FM 3-3.

» AMMUNITION FIRE UNIT-MISSION FIRED REPORT [AFU.MFR]
Use to provide target information, ammunition expenditure, and target disposition following engagement of a target. Reference: FM 6-20-30, FM 6-20-40, and FM 6-71.

» SYSTEM-REPLY OR REMARKS MESSAGE [SYS.RRM]
Use to reply to a message received when a structured message does not exist or when it is necessary to provide plain text information. Reference: FM 11-32.

» ELECTRONIC WARFARE MISSION SUMMARY [EWMSNSUM]
Use to summarize significant EW missions and the status of offensive EW assets. Reference: FM 34-10.

» FRAGMENTARY ORDER [FRAGO]
Use to send timely changes of existing orders to subordinate and supporting commanders while providing notification to higher and adjacent commands. Send FLASH precedence O&I or CMD IAW unit SOPs. Reference: FM 101-5.

» 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.

» SEARCH AND RESCUE INCIDENT REPORT [SARIR]
Use to report any situation that may require a search and rescue effort. Reference: FM 1-108 and FM 1-513.

» SORTIE ALLOTMENT [SORTIEALOT]
Use to provide a means by which a joint force commander approves the air employment/allocation plans of his subordinate commanders and fills his subordinate commanders’ requests from sorties declared in excess in the subordinate command’s Air Allocation/Request Message. Reference: JP 3-56.1.

» MEACONING, INTRUSION, JAMMING, AND INTERFACE (MIJI) FEEDER REPORT [MIJIFEEDER]
Use to share MIJI incidents in a timely manner and to provide for joint exchange of tactical MIJI information including electro-optic interference. Reference: FM 34-10.

» AMMUNITION FIRE UNIT-AMMUNITION STATUS [AFU.AMS]
Use to report ammunition status periodically or when requested. Reference: FM 6-20-30 and FM 6-20-40.

» MAJOR AMMUNITION MALFUNCTION-INITIAL REPORT [AMMOMALFUNCREP]
Use to provide initial notification (report) of a major ammunition malfunction. Reference: FM 9-6.

» MEDICAL SPOT REPORT [MEDSPTREP]
Use to report major medical incidents. Reference: FM 8-10-1.

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