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Report and Message Formats

Use to send timely information on status of oil, hazardous material, or hazardous waste spill that could have immediate environmental and/or health effects. Sent IAW unit SOPs and commander’s direction. NOTE: Spill reporting and reportable quantities are mandated by federal law.

Use to provide operational information about the water supply. Reference: FM 10-52.

Use to report blood shipments. Reference: FM 8-10-5.

Use (1) to provide selected and specific data on proposed reconnaissance mission schedules, (2) to make changes to approved schedules, and (3) to inform of CINC/unit intention to fly specific reconnaissance missions. Reference: FM 34-2-1 and FM 101-5.

Use to report radar’s unit section number, type, location, and azimuth of search in the counterfire headquarters. If the radar is damaged, destroyed, or in maintenance, add that information in LINE 7 (Narrative). Reference: FM 6-20-10 and FM 6-121.

Use to report the completion of survivability tasks. Survivability tasks include digging, revetment, camouflage, and hardening of buildings. Reference: FM 5-34, FM 5-100, and FM 5-102.

Use to convey status and disposition of unit’s EPWs. Send IAW unit SOPs. Reference: FM 19-40.

Use to request permission to fire across common boundaries from an adjacent service unit. Reference: FM 6-30.

Use to request forces to participate in a search and rescue (SAR) mission. Reference: FM 1-108 and FM 1-513.

Use to establish and exchange dispersed firing site data for individual cannon, rocket, or missile weapons for the purpose of making tactical fire direction decisions. Reference: FM 6-20-30 and FM 6-20-40

Used to report status after contact with the enemy.

Use to pass detailed information on chemical and biological attacks and releases other than attack (ROTA) hazards. This NBC6/ROTA voice message accommodates all NBC6/ROTA (BIO or CHEM) reporting requirements. Reference: ATP-45 (A) and FM 3-7.

Use to report additions, changes, or deletions of operation order numbers and associated nicknames for reconnaissance. Reference: FM 34-2-1and FM 101-5.

Use (1) to report the required supply rate, (2) to establish the controlled supply rate, and (3) to update the amount of expended ammunition in relation to the controlled supply rate. Reference: FM 6-20-30 and FM 6-20-40.

Use (1) to inform the requesting command, tasking authority, and tasked units of actions being taken and (2) to provide additional information about the missions. Use for both preplanned and immediate air-tasking cycles. Reference: FM 100-103 and FM 1-100.

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