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									Signal Team Training




                  SFC Norvell
     Signal Team Training


TASK: Provide basic level
       instruction in proper radio-telephone
       operating (RTO) procedures.

CONDITION: Given conference style instruction
              in a classroom environment.

STANDARD: Soldiers better prepared to transmit
              and receive messages on unit radios.
Signal Team Training
            AGENDA
  General operating rules
  Transmission security
  Procedure words
  Reports
  Signal Team Training

   GENERAL OPERATING RULES


 Precheck correct COMSEC/SOI data
 before deploying
 Preplan message before transmitting
 Use lowest power setting necessary
 Make only authorized transmissions
 Maintain alert watch for station calls
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GENERAL OPERATING RULES (cont.)


 Listen before transmitting
 Transmit clearly and accurately
 Demand authentication
 Use the phonetic alphabet
 Maintain transmission security
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        TRANSMISSION SECURITY

DO NOT:

 Hold personal or unofficial conversations

 Transmit personal information (names, SSN,
  etc...)

 Use unauthorized prowords (I.e. Repeat)

 Use profanity
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PROCEDURE WORDS (PROWORDS)




              MUST be
              committed
              to memory
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       (PROWORDS)




  “ROGER”
I have received your
   last transmission
     satisfactorily.
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       (PROWORDS)




   “WILCO”
I have received your
  signal, understand
  it, and will comply.
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       (PROWORDS)




    “OVER”
  This is the end of my
transmission to you and
a response is necessary.
   Go ahead; transmit.
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      (PROWORDS)




    “OUT”
This is the end of my
 transmission and no
  answer is required.
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      (PROWORDS)




    “WAIT”
I must pause for a few
       seconds.
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       (PROWORDS)




 “WAIT-OUT”
I must pause longer than
     a few seconds.
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                (PROWORDS)



        “CORRECTION”
                       (PLAIN TEXT)
G48 - This is C28 - message - request time you
   crossed creek CORRECTION crossed check point
   bravo - over
                      (CODED TEXT)
F48 - This is - J48 - message - groups
five - break OZU DTY HBC LQO EVX
CORRECTION LQO EUX - over
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          (PROWORDS)



  “WORDS TWICE”
G48 G48 This is D48 D48 WORDS TWICE
WORDS TWICE convoy has arrived -
Convoy has arrived - Time 0630s time
0630s, over.
              RESPONSE
D48 D48 This is G48 G48 roger
roger, out.
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             (PROWORDS)


“DO NOT ANSWER”
D48 - This is - F28 message -
Enemy troops crossing within two five meters
of your position move to point alpha
authentication is ______
                  I SAY AGAIN
D48 this is - F28 message -
Enemy troops crossing within two five meters
of your position move to point alpha
authentication is          out.
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                  (PROWORDS)


           “RADIO CHECK”
     F28 this is G48            G48 this is F28
     Radio Check                Roger - Out
     Over
    I received your last transmission satisfactory

SIGNAL STRENGTH                     READABILITY
 LOUD VERY WEAK                 CLEAR DISTORTED
 GOOD FADING                    READABLE WITH INTERFERENCE
                                UNREADABLE INTERMITTENT
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      (PROWORDS)

   REPETITION
   1. Say again.
   2. Say again all after.
   3. Say again all before.
   4. Say again     to     .
   5. Say again word after.
   6. Say again word before.
   RESPONSE
     I say again.
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       ACE REPORT
Used within the convoy to complete
      Command Information
 Requirements to submit to higher
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              ACE REPORT:

AMMUNITION: Basic load remaining per individual/crew-
            served weapon system after contact

CASUALTIES: Number and type sustained after contact

EQUIPMENT:     Damage or losses sustained as result of
                      contact
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SPOT REPORT/UXO/IED

Is used to send a quick report
 on an event either during the
occurrence or after the convoy
       is out of danger
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              SPOT REPORT
SIZE : Number or personnel/equipment


POSITION: Observer’s position and location


OBSERVER’S ACTIONS: Actions observed


TIME: Time action took place
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                     IED/UXO
DTG Discovered
Reporting unit and location
Contact method (telephone number or radio)
Type of Munitions
NBC Contamination
Resources Threatened
Impact on Mission
Protective Measures Taken
Recommended Priority
 (Immediate/Indirect/Minor/None)
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     SALUTE REPORT

 Is used in the same manner as the
SPOT report-it simply contains more
                detail
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           SALUTE REPORT
SIZE: Number of personnel and equipment
ACTIVITY: What the enemy is doing
LOCATION: Grid coordinates
UNIT: Uniforms/Clothing
TIME: When the activity happen
EQUIPMENT: Description of equipment
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  MEDEVAC REQUEST

To request Air transportation of
 any injured or sick person or
          personnel.
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          MEDEVAC REQUEST
 LOCATION OF PICK UP SITE
 RADIO FREQUENCY
 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY PRECEDENCE
 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT NEEDED (REQUIRED)
 NUMBER OF PATIENTS BY TYPE
 SECURITY OF PICKUP SITE(WARTIME)
 METHOD HOW PICKUP SITE WILL BE MARKED
 PATIENT NATIONALITY AND STATUS
 OBTAIN PICKUP SITE IF IN A NUCLEAR,BIOLOGICAL AND
  CHEMICAL LOCATION
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                 SUMMARY


Most efficient communications within a net is
attained when operators habitually use proper
procedures in transmitting and receiving
messages.
Signal Team Training


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