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ROYAL AIR FORCE. COMMON CORE AND DEPLOYMENT SKILLS AIDE-MEMOIRE

The following illustrations are in plan view:

COURSES 1, 3, 5, etc

COURSES 2, 4, 6, etc

REPORT FORMATS

SITUATION REPORT (SITREP)

◉ The SITREP is probably the simplest report to send or receive. Used at all levels across the 3 Services and throughout NATO and recognised in its standard format.

◉ The SITREP is used to give a commander up-to-date information of the situation that has developed or is developing on the ground.

SITREP
To
From
Title
As At/DTG
CODESER NOSUBJECTINFORMATION
ALPHATime of report (DTG)
BRAVOOwn Forces
CHARLIEEnemy Forces
DELTAIntentions

CONTACT/SIGHTING REPORT

◉ In a contact report it is assumed that the enemy is aware of the friendly forces position, usually because exchange of fire has taken place.

◉ A sighting report is used when enemy forces are sighted, no exchange of fire has taken place, and it is assumed that the enemy is unaware of the observer.

◉ Whilst all serials should be transmitted, it is generally accepted that occasionally, due to the nature of the incident, not all serials will be reported.

CONTACT/SIGHTING REPORT
To
From
TitleCONTACT/SITREP (1)
As At/DTG
CODESER NOSUBJECTINFORMATION
ALPHATime of contact/sighting (DTG)
BRAVOLocation of contact/sighting
CHARLIELocation of observer (3)
DELTATarget description
ECHOAction by target
FOXTROTAction by own forces

UXB
To
From
TitleUXB
As At/DTG
CODESER NOSUBJECTINFORMATION
ALPHAExact location of the UXB
BRAVOEstimated size
CHARLIEEstimated quantity
DELTAEvidence of chemical agents
ECHOAdditional information

CASEVAC REQ
To
From
TitleCASEVAC REQ
As At/DTG
CODESER NOSUBJECTINFORMATION
ALPHANo of stretcher cases
BRAVONo of sitting cases
CHARLIENo of walking cases
DELTACas type
ECHOPUP
FOXTROTAdditional information

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