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sitrep

(ˈsɪtˌrɛp)
n
(Military) a military situation report
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* Regularly reviewing the Incident Action Plan (IAP), Situation Reports (sitreps), weather status from the National Weather Service, damage assessment data, and WebEOC status boards;
Military despatches, sitreps and intreps leaked through WikiLeaks were in tandem with this policy.
The C Troop commander drove forward in his command high mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV) and attempted to coordinate reconnaissance missions and submit situation reports (SITREPs) to squadron headquarters.
Soldiers that understand PIR can become the filters and report answers rather than SITREPS. This will prevent excess traffic on the radio and enable company leadership to focus where required.
Logically, FUOPS is responsible for summarizing current situation reports (SITREPs) (35) of all units, working task organization, developing operational timeline, completing S3 mission analysis products, and consolidating other staff products for inclusion into the complete mission analysis.
The Daily Hospital Situation Report (SITREPs) for the period paints a picture of how Teesside's hospitals coped with the Christmas period, including New Year's day, with the number of cancelled operations and incidences of bedblocking revealed.
"The themes were communications, giving sitreps to Post One and travel in the embassy during lockdown," Scheatzle said.
With all the paraphernalia of Local Defence Committees, Local Intelligence Committees, Security & Intelligence Committees, Security Liaison Officers, political intelligence "sitreps" and Special Branch reports, coordination by committee could not overcome entrenched bureaucratic structures and rivalries, nor the intrinsic fallibilities of the surveillance system.
Ensure internal sitreps on the progress of the electoral process are shared with relevant mission components and the EAD;
The SITREPS for the 544th Engineer Dive Team, an oral history interview with Captain Sann, and other archival materials are available at the USAES History Office at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
His generals are doing their Sitreps round the Bunker table.