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TM 11-490-5
CHAPTER 5
PROCEDURES FOR REPORTING OPERATIONAL EMC PROBLEMS
requirements of the affected operational unit or facility,
5-1.
General
it is recommended that the action addressees of the
In the event that interference is encountered, it must be
initial incident information message submit the formal
reported to proper authorities in accordance with
MIJI report as a coordinated action and provide any
instructions provided herein.  Prior to submitting a
additional pertinent information in the remarks section to
report, the unit or facility concerned will:
more fully document details surrounding the incident.
a. Conduct an initial evaluation to explore the
possibility of locally generated spurious signals or other
e. Upon determination by the command that the
technical difficulties which might have caused the
interference was clearly unintentional and beyond
interference.
resolution within the command, the frequency manager
will initiate an interference report, in the format of the
b. Without delay, coordinate with colocated units
attachment  to  AR  105-3,  to  higher  frequency
or those in nearby areas to isolate possible sources. Any
assignment authorities in accordance with policies and
coordination undertaken should not delay submission of
procedures established by ACP and US SUPP-1 ( ),
the initial incident report, which is required within 24
"Frequency Management;" and ACP 121 and SUPP-1
hours. The reporting unit will continue to investigate the
(), "Communications Instructions, General." Information
incident after submission of the initial report.  Any
addressees will include AFSPECOMMCEN, Kelly AFB,
additional pertinent information discovered during this
Texas;  Commander,  US  Army  Communications
continuing investigation will be reported promptly to all
Command, ATTN: CC-OPS-OS; and Commander, US
recipients of the initial report.
Army
Communications-Electronics
Engineering
5-2.
Procedures
Installation Agency, ATTN: CCC-CED-EMEA, Fort
The following procedures will be used to insure Army
Huachuca, Arizona 85613.
compliance  with  (C)  AR
105-3,  "Reporting
f. Upon determination by the command that the
Meaconing, Intrusion, Jamming, and Interference (MIJI)
interference
was
a
technical
or
operational
of Electromagnetic Systems" (U).
electromagnetic  incompatibility  problem,  pertinent
a. Commands may issue supplemental instructions
information  will  be  forwarded  to  US  Army
and procedures for the reporting, analyzing, evaluating,
Communications-Electronics  Engineering  Installation
and disseminating of information concerning MIJI
Agency (USACEEIA), ATTN: CCC-CED-EMEA, with
incidents.
information
copy
to
Commander,
US
Army
b. Commands may abbreviate local formats to
Communications Command (USACC), ATTN: CCOPS-
include only appropriate items in accordance with
OS, Fort Huachuca, Arizona 85613:
attachment  to  AR  105-3;  however,  the  same
(1) For information-when the problem
is
number/letter designation as shown must be retained.
resolved within the local command.
c. The affected unit or facility will provide the initial
(2) For action-when the problem is beyond
incident information by a dual-addressed message, via
resolution within the local command. USACEEIA will
secure communications means through C-E channels,
coordinate the assistance required to solve operational
for action to the local USASA support unit and the local
EMC  problems  in  accordance  with  assigned
USACC/USACEEIA activity. Additional addressees may
responsibilities under the operational electromagnetic
be included as considered necessary by the command.
compatibility area of the Army EMCP (AR 11-13).
The purpose of this procedure is to alert the appropriate
Information copies will be forwarded to all concerned
command echelon which has the necessary resources to
and include AFSPECOMMCEN, Kelly AFB, Texas.
assist in further identifying and/or resolving the problem
locally. d. Upon determination by the command that the
g. Commands will forward a copy implementing
incident was probably hostile or, in the case of
instructions to: Commander, US Army Communications-
interference, was not readily identifiable, a formal MIJI
Electronics Engineering Installation Agency, ATTN:
report will be forwarded within 24 hours per instructions
CCC-CED-EMEA, Fort Huachuca,
contained in AR 105-3.
To reduce the reporting
5-1


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