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FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION MEASURE

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Transcript of FIRE SUPPORT COORDINATION MEASURE

FIRE SUPPORT
COORDINATION MEASURES

RESTRICTIVE VS PERMISSIVE
Restrictive FSCM are measures that provide a safe area for friendlies, where as Permissive FSCM are measures that facilitate the engagement of targets
PERMISSIVE
The measures that make up Permissive FSCM are the following;
1. Coordinated Fire Line
2. Free Fire Area
3. Fire Support Coordination Line
4. Killbox
5. Restricted Operating Zone
RESTRICTIVE
The measures that make up restricted are the following;

1.Formal Airspace Coordination area
2.Informal Airspace Coordination Area
3.No Fire Area
4.Restricted Fire Area
5.Restricted Fire Line
Fire Support Coordination Measures are measures created by a brigade or higher (certain cases by a battalion) to allow the rapid engagement of targets while ensuring the safety of friendly troops
TYPES
There are two types of Fire Support Coordination Measures (FSCM). Restrictive and Permissive.
Informal Airspace Coordination Area
(Restrictive)
Formal Airspace Coordination Measure (Restrictive)
In depth
Now we will move on into discussing each measure
This is a 3D space in a target area that friendly aircraft are safe from friendly surface fires restricted by
1. Min/max altitude
2. Length & Width
3. Time
A temporary 3D space in which friendly aircraft are safe from friendly surface fires restricted by
1. Lateral position
(ex: stay south of...)

2. Altitude

3. Time
NO FIRE AREA (Restrictive)
Restricted Fire Line (Restrictive)
Coordinated Fire Line (Permissive)
A line that once across allows indirect surface joint fire support within the boundaries w/out further coordination.
Restricted Fire Area (Restrictive)
A designated area, given by a radious from a point that prohibits fires, or the effects of fires from landing in the area.

There are only two exceptions when fires can land in a No Fire Area
1. When the establishing HQ deems necessary on special occasion
2. When an enemy within the No Fire Area attacks friendlies in the area.
An area in which specific restrictions are imposed to regulate fires.
ex: NO DPICM
A line that prohibits fires, or the effects
of fires across the line without the coordination with the establishing HQ to reduce fratricide.
extra
WHAT ARE THEY?
Restricted Operating Zone
(Last Permissive)
Killbox (Permissive)
Fire Support Coordination Line (Permissive)
Free Fire Area (Permissive)
An area that any weapon system may fire into w/out further coordination.
A line used to allow the expedient attack of targets of opportunity beyond the Fire Support Coordination Line by the use of air, ground, or sea weapon systems with any ammo type.
*Before an attack, the attacking commander must inform all friendly affected commanders to avoid fratricide and ensure no fires will land behind the line.
A 3D area used to facilitate joint fires.
There are 2 types

1. Blue - allows only air to surface attacks

2. Purple - allows air to surface and surface to surface attacks
A Volume of airspace defined by dimensions that restricts some or all airspace users from this area until the end of a mission.
THE END

RESTRICTIVE
The following make of the Restrictive FSCM;
1.Airspace Coordination Area Formal
2.Airspace Coordination Area Informal
3.No Fire Area
4.Restricted Fire Area
5.Restricted Fire Line
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