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Report and Message Formats

Use to request Army aviation units for support. Send from subordinate units to division/corps aviation cell at the main command post. Reference: FM 1-100 and FM 1-114.

Use to report, update, or drop air, surface, subsurface, and ground tracks or points in the absence of a TADIL A or TADIL B link. Reference: FM 44-100.

Use to provide control and coordination information for aircraft entering another service or component’s airspace. Reference: FM 100-103-1.

Use to provide a status of the civil affairs and civilian-military cooperation and relations situation. Reference: FM 41-10.

Use to transmit the standard five-paragraph operation order (OPORD) and operation plan (OPLAN) that provide plans, instructions, and directives to subordinate and supporting military organizations. Reference: FM 101-5, FM 71-100, and FM 100-15.

Use to provide data concerning the creation or disposition of temporary cemeteries. Reference: FM 10-286 and FM 10-297.

Use to transfer, amend, cancel, or propose any battlefield geometry (which includes fire support coordination measures) in support of land combat operations. Reference: FM 100-103.

Use to inform commanders of operational plans, unit readiness, and operational situations or summaries. Reference: FM 100-15, FM 71-100, FM 71-3, and FM 71-2.

Use to report information pertaining to nuclear detonations on areas outside the North American continent. This report will support damage assessment at the national level. Reference: FM 3-14.

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 report wind direction and speed in 2,000 meter increments from the surface of the earth to an altitude of 30,000 meters. Reference: FM 34-81.

Use to transmit air defense warnings and weapons control conditions. Reference: FM 44-100.

Use to disseminate the commander’s established targeting criteria. Reference: FM 6-20-30 and FM 6-20-40.

Use to report wind direction and speed in 2,000 meter increments from the surface of the earth to an altitude of 30,000 meters. Reference: FM 34-81.

Use to update or change existing operations plans. (Note: Use FRAGO to change OPORD.) Reference: FM 100-15, FM 71-100, and FM 101-5.

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