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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.

LINE 1 — DATE AND TIME______________________________(DTG)

LINE 2 — UNIT________________________________________(Unit Making Report)

LINE 3 — EVENT ______________________________________(Type of Incident: BIOLOGICAL or CHEMICAL)

LINE 4 — ALFA________________________________________(NBC Strike Serial Number)

LINE 5 — DELTA_______________________________________(DTG of Detonation or Beginning of Attack or Release)

LINE 6 — ECHO _______________________________________(Day-Time Attack or Release Ended)

LINE 7 — FOXTROT____________________________________(UTM or Six-Digit Grid Coordinate With MGRS Grid Zone Designator of Attack and Code Used to Represent if Reported Location of Attack or ROTA Release is Actual or Estimated)

LINE 8 — GOLF________________________________________(Means by Which Chemical/ Biological Agent Weapon or ROTA Was Delivered or Released)

LINE 9 — HOTEL_______________________________________(Type of Burst, Biological/ Chemical Agent, and Persistency)

LINE 10 — INDIA ______________________________________(Number of Munitions or Aircraft)

LINE 11 — KILO_______________________________________(Description of Terrain and Vegetation)

LINE 12 — MIKE_______________________________________(Enemy Action Before and After Attack and Effect on Troops)

LINE 13 — QUEBEC____________________________________(Location and Type of Sample)

LINE 14 — SIERRA_____________________________________(DTG Contamination Detected)

LINE 15 — TANGO_____________________________________(DTG of Latest Survey)

LINE 16 — XRAY_______________________________________(Area of Actual Contamination)

LINE 17 — YANKEE____________________________________(Downwind Direction and Wind Speed)

LINE 18 — ZULU ALFA__________________________________(Actual Weather Conditions)

LINE 19 — TIME________________________________________(DTG of Observation)

LINE 20 — NARRATIVE_________________________________(Free Text for Additional Information Required for Clarification of Report)

LINE 20L1 POSITION OF OBSERVER_____________________(UTM or Six-Digit Grid Coordinate With MGRS Grid Zone Designator of Observer)

LINE 20A1 HELICOPTER TO AEROSOL RANGE____________(Range in Meters From Helicopter to Aerosol)

LINE 20A2 AEROSOL WIDTH____________________________(Aerosol Width)

LINE 20A3 AEROSOL HEIGHT___________________________(Aerosol Height (optional))

LINE 20A4 AEROSOL HEIGHT ABOVE GROUND___________(Aerosol Height in Meters AGL)

LINE 20Z DETECTION TIME_____________________________(DTG the Aerosol Was Detected)

LINE 20E1 HELICOPTER ALTITUDE_______________________(Helicopter Altitude)

LINE 20E2 HELICOPTER HEADING_______________________(Helicopter Heading in Degrees)

LINE 20E3 HELICOPTER CRAB___________________________(Helicopter Crab Angle)

LINE 20R1 TYPE OF REPORT_____________________________(L, F, LC)

LINE 20R2 FLIGHT TIME REMAINING_____________________(Flight Time Remaining)

LINE 20R3 GROUND TRACK_____________________________(Ground Track)

LINE 21 — AUTHENTICATION___________________________(Report Authentication)

**Add LINES 20 L1-R3 for the Long Range Biological Standoff Detection System (LRBSDS).

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