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Submit Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) 1 Reports (031-503-1005)

Submit Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) 1 Reports (031-503-1005 )

Michael Boratko

on 22 April 2010

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Transcript of Submit Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) 1 Reports (031-503-1005)

Submit Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) 1 Reports (031-503-1005) Conditions: You are in an area where a chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) attack has just occurred. You are given a watch, map, compass, protractor, pencil, paper, FM 3-3, FM 3-3-1, FM 3-11.4, GTA 03-06-008, DA Form 1971-7-R (NBC 1 Observer's Initial /Follow Up Report), and NBC report format guide. You have reacted to the CBRN attack and submitted an initial spot report (SPOTREP). You are required to submit the NBC 1 report to higher headquarters. This task may be performed in mission-oriented protective posture (MOPP) 4. Standards: Submit the NBC 1 report with the required line information for a nuclear or chemical-biological (CB) attack, and send the report to higher headquarters. Standards are not degraded due to performance in MOPP4. Performance Steps: 1. Gather available data to submit the NBC 1 report. 2. Fill out the required information as outlined in GTA 03-06-008 or FM 3-3 (chemical-biological [CB]) or FM 3-3-1 (nuclear). 3. Select the proper communication precedence. Line B: Location of observer (use grid coordinates or place name).
Line D: Date-time group (DTG) of the attack (specify local or Zulu time).
Line H: Type and height of burst (if nuclear) or type of agent and persistency (if CB).
Line C (direction of attack in miles or degrees from the observer), or Line F (location of attack with grid coordinates or place name). Use flash precedence if this is the first attack of its type (such as the first nuclear, first biological, or first chemical).
Use immediate precedence for all other attacks. 4. Submit the NBC 1 report. All units submit the NBC 1 report to their higher headquarters.
Units selected by the division level CBRN center as designated observers for nuclear bursts will also submit the NBC 1 report directly to the division level CBRN center.
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