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NET CONTROL
1. Enforce established circuit operating procedures.
2. Enforce circuit discipline.
3. Enforce correct use of AUTHENTICATION.
4. Monitor and know the status of net and stations at all
times.
5. Observe the checklist set forth hereon.
6. Realize that successful lCD attempts will depend largely
on your observation and supervision of the net.
7. Expect jamming / intercept / deception; know the means
and plans to negate same
8.
Report all compromises of EEFI.
9.
Operate on a random schedule.
2. Know that lCD, when successful, can change (initiate,
delay, terminate or alter) missions, channelize forces,
confuse fire requests, priorities, allocations, establish
false objectives, lure into ambushes, close communications nets, designate false nuclear radiation areas and
otherwise cause a variety of troubles if a unit and/or
operator is susceptible
3.
Know and use the methods to minimize the effects of
jamming, detune, adjust BFO, BW, gain limiter, antenna
trim, adjust antenna direction, height, change location,
change frequency, etc.
4.
Operate with minimum power until jammed, then
increase power.
3. Know and stress that following correct authentication
practices will prevent a unit operator’s being victimized
5.
Shift to alternate frequencies and call signs where
applicable and as directed.
4. Remember that undetected CD takes up valuable circuit
time with the same effect as jamming, regardless of other
actions it may cause.
6.
Require authentication on all radio transmissions.
7.
Use dummy antenna, when one is provided to tune up
radio and radar transmitters.
5. Report all lCD to the commander as soon as possible
(ASAP).
8.
Keep oft the air, except when absolutely necessary, then
keep transmission brief.
6. Always be on guard for lCD attempts and always BE
SUSPICIOUS.
9.
Observe radio / radar discipline at all times.
10. ALWAYS BE SUSPICIOUS!
IMTATIVE COMMUNICATIONS DECEPTION
(lCD)
(OPERATIONS)
1.
Be aware that lCD attempts are always possible, will
appear authentic, and if successful can prove far more
to friendly disastrous to friendly operations than jamming.
RADIO I RADAR OPERATIONS
10. Expect jamming / deception. When experiencing
jamming / deception, keep calm, keep trying, keep
operating.
1. Site radio / radar station and antenna to evade enemy
jamming / intercept.
11. Know that jamming may come in many forms, I.e.,
noise, music, voice, CW, tones~, buzz, nuisance
intrusions, bagpipes, etc.
2. Learn to recognize enemy jamming / deception and
report details to officer In charge (OIC).
12. Under NO circumstances let the. enemy know of the
effectiveness of his jamming.
13. Expect Imitative Deception; realize its potential.
14. Preplan messages prior to transmission.
15. Reduce operator distinguishing characteristics
8.
You transmit to someone who is under radio listening
silence.
9.
You are authorized to transmit a classified message in
the clear.
10. You transmit a message without getting a response.
AUTHENTICATION REQUIREMENTS
1. You suspect the enemy is on your net (Deception).
GTA 11-01-008
ELECTRONIC
COUNTER-COUNTERMEASURE
FOR
OPERATIONS
MOS: 31C
2. You tell a station to go to radio silence or ask it to break
that silence. (Use the self authentication procedure for
this.)
31K
72E
3. Someone challenges you to authenticate. (But, don’t
break radio silence to do this.)
72G
4. You talk about enemy contact, give an early warning
report or issue a follow-up report. (This rule applies
even though you used a brevity list.)
And Others
5.
6.
7.
GPU Radio Operators
References: FM 24-33
FM24-17
You transmit directions which affect the tactical situation,
such as “Change locations”, “Shift fire"," Change
frequencies” or “Turn off the radio”.
FM 24-18
Distribution: US Army Training and Audiovisual
Support Centers (TASC)l
You cancel a message by radio or visual means, and the
other station cannot recognize you
It is the first transmission, or you resume transmitting
after a long period
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
GPO : 1990 – 269-663
Headquarters, Department of the Army
MAY 1987
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