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Appendix C

REPORTING FORMATS

1. The mine operations report messages in this appendix are US message Text Formats. The unexploded ordnance (UXO) spot report is from FM 21-16/FMFM 13-8-1.

2. Mine Countermeasures Report (MCMREP).

MCMREP MESSAGE TEXT FORMAT:

3. MCM Tasking (OPTASK MCM).

OPTASK MCM MESSAGE TEXT FORMAT:

4. Mining Report (MLAYREP)

MLAYREP MESSAGE TEXT FORMAT:

5. Mining Tasking Report (OPTASK)

OPTASK MINING MESSAGE TEXT FORMAT:

6. Unexploded Ordnance. The UXO spot report is a detailed, swift, two-way reporting system that makes clear where the UXO hazard areas are, what their priorities are, and which units are affected by them, The report is used to request help in handling a UXO hazard that is beyond a unit's ability to handle and that affects the unit's mission, This report helps the commander set priorities based on the battlefield situation.

a. The UXO spot report is the first echelon report that is sent when a UXO is encountered. Information about this report is also found in GTA 9-12-1 and in the supplemental information section of the signal operating instructions. The information must be sent by the fastest means available.

Line 1. Date-Time Group: DTG item discovered.
Line 2. Reporting Activity [unit identification code and location (grid of UXO)]
Line 3. Contact method: Radio frequency, call sign, point of contact, and telephone number.
Line 4. Type of Ordnance: Dropped, projected, placed, or thrown. If available, supply the subgroup. Give the number of items, if more than one.
Line 5. NBC Contamination: Be as specific as possible.
Line 6. Resources Threatened: Report any equipment, facilities, or other assets that are threatened.
Line 7. Impact on Mission: Provide a short description of your current tactical situation and how the presence of the UXO affects your status.
Line 8. Protective Measures: Describe any measures you have taken to protect personnel and equipment.
Line 9. Recommended Priority: Recommend a priority for response by EOD technicians or engineers.



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