contact report

contact report

A report indicating any detection of the enemy.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Write a contact report. Following the prospect visit, the candidate writes a contact report.
By three minutes after the initial report, ground commanders should report a general situation report, a more detailed contact report, an initial damage assessment, and an update on casualties.
So decent end product and random acts of stupidity aside, one of the main reasons that clients seem to fall out of love with their agencies is an inabil- ity for them to get the simple things right.As one friend and former client put it: "It's the contact report that comes a day late, the artwork promised on a Tuesday that comes on
He sent a contact report. I asked the driver to turn around so I could survey the scene.
Miller grabbed the hand mike and immediately sent a contact report. Disregarding his personal safety, Miller moved through the convoy, helping where he could and trying to establish defensive fires.
Heavy users of the Internet for social contact report fewer interactions in the real world, which leads to anxiety and loneliness.
When experiencing a problem, customers with a clearly defined point of contact report higher satisfaction levels than those without a key contact person, according to the study.
He was still on the radio sending a contact report. I couldn't believe it - he's a very brave man."
While conducting the interviews, the volunteers also compiled useful information to be presented in the annual Contact report, Nystrom said.
A customer contact report is generated at this time.
The addition of the Dun & Bradstreet data will enable sales and marketing professionals to search for a company within the full-text articles and link directly from the article to a menu of reports that includes Collectanea's Contact Report, Marketing Report, and Relationship Report.
A supervisor will assign a no contact report only to those cases found to have little or no information upon which a team detective can follow up.