(To pass along brief reports about a developing situation, and the dangers it may pose to you, your community, or to the region.)

1. AmRRON Call Sign:
2. Your Email:
3. Precedence
4. Date:
5. Incident Number:
6. Expiration:
7. Location:
8. Incident Status:
9. Size and Scope:
10. Overall Hazard:
11. Current Weather:
12. 48 hr Weather:
13. Infrastructure:
14. Political:
15. Civil:
16. Communications:
17. Remarks:
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AFO-110 REV 201411230044

Instructions:

  1. AmRRON Call Sign:
    Enter your AmRRON Call Sign, or other means of identification.
  2. Your Email:
    Enter your email address. When you send your report, you'll get a copy of the email sent to us for your records. This also gives us a means to contact you if we have any questions.
  3. Precedence:
    Select the message precedence: Routine; Priority; Immediate; or Flash
  4. Current DTG:
    Enter the date and time in the Date-Time Group (DTG) format: YYYYMMDDHHMMZ. The “Z” stands for “Zulu” Time, Greenwich Mean Time, or Universal Time. If you don’t know the Zulu Time, indicate your local time zone; for example, if it is 11/02/14 1:13 PM PST, enter it as follows: 201411021313PST.
  5. Incident Number:
    If this is a new incident, enter the exact same thing you entered in the “Current DTG” block. This will be the incident number. If you are reporting an update on an incident that has already been reported, enter that incident number.
  6. Expiration:
    Enter the DTG that you believe that it would no longer be beneficial for other stations to relay your message.
  7. Location:
    Enter the location of the incident. For the purposes of form, this is of far more importance that your own location. Be concise, but descriptive. You can enter latitude/longitude coordinates, maidenhead grid square coordinates, cross-streets, or whatever description is necessary. If there isn’t room in this portion of the form, enter “see Remarks” and enter the location in the Remarks section.
  8. Incident Status:
    Select whether this is a New incident, an Ongoing incident that you are giving an update on, or a Resolved incident.
  9. Size and Scope:
    Select whether this incident is Local, Regional, or National in scope.
  10. Overall Hazard:
    Select “Green,” “Yellow,” or “Red” to describe the overall hazard status.
  11. Current Weather:
    Select “Green,” “Yellow,” or “Red” to describe the current weather status.
  12. 48 hr Weather:
    Select “Green,” “Yellow,” or “Red” to describe the anticipated weather status in the next 48 hours.
  13. Infrastructure:
    Select “Green,” “Yellow,” or “Red” to describe the infrastructure status. This includes the availability of utilities, transportation, medical, and other services.
  14. Political:
    Select “Green,” “Yellow,” or “Red” to describe the status of political stability and tenor.
  15. Civil:
    Select “Green,” “Yellow,” or “Red” to describe the civil status. Consider whether there is civil instability or unrest.
  16. Communications:
    Select “Green,” “Yellow,” or “Red” to describe the communications status. This includes the ability to sustain communications. Consider 2nd and 3rd order influences such as the availability of power, internet, surveillance, etc.
  17. Remarks:
    This is where you enter everything else that doesn’t fit in the form. Do not forget to indicate the source of your information. Did you see this on the internet? If so, what is the source URL? Did you see or hear this on broadcast news? If so, what station did you hear it on? Did you see the incident yourself? Did you hear it from a second party? Remember to be factual, concise, and specific.
  18. Upload Supporting Documentation/Files:
    Upload any supporting documents or files you may have. This can include PDFs, Word Documents, PDFs, pictures, videos, or sound files. If you have more files than are allowed on this form, submit another form. Just include your email address, and indicate in the Remarks section that the enclosed files are in addition to the ones in the previous submission. You don’t have to completely fill the form out all over again.
  19. Submit
    After reviewing the form to verify that you've completed everything, click Submit to send the form.