sitrep


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sitrep

(ˈsɪtˌrɛp)
n
(Military) a military situation report
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An intelligence officer can pull up SITREP on a non-classified Internet protocol router network and "it will bring up what looks like Twitter except for it's the scenario Twitter," he said.
Sir, we can't seem to get the SITREP fax to go through, and we have another classified update you need to see," the command center, still glued to my left ear, drew me away from the TV reports.
This new SITREP tool prototype allows installations to submit their required reports and have them consolidated automatically into a command summary.
These SITREPs included information on the TAOs' current priorities, targets of interest, and situation perception.
This SITREP is combined with other intelligence and operations reports to form a body of knowledge that is timely in nature, and relevant to current and future operations.
Also included is an account from LCDR Rod Gayton who served in Iraq with the Marine Corps, a final SITREP from LT Bob James who served with the Army in Afghanistan installing communications systems, and a look back to the beginning of the war in Iraq from LCDR Rich Paquette who served with the Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance.
Several times annually the Safety Center must educate commands who report a fire, flooding, or chemical exposure via CASREP or SITREP, but place in the body of the message that no Mishap Report is required.
11) Fulan Nasralla, "August 5th 2015 SITREP," Fulan's Sitrep Blog, August 5, 2015.
Since my last SITREP I conducted my first installation of a VSAT system at FOB Ghazni, a very small base approximately 200 km from Camp Phoenix in Kabul.
We familiarized ourselves with the applicable messages and processes and prepared to generate a SITREP message.
6) Joint Chiefs of Staff, "Joint Daily SITREP," no.
SITREP, A Publication of the Royal Canadian Military Institute.