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References: PP 2t5, Paragraph 55e. b, a; Infantry Scheel ,66666-,66a 6%-16): 6,3.1 Yap 60. 26 (.6 Coordinate Code Overprinted, 2-231).
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THE INFANTRY SCHOOL
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Fort Benning, Georgia
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SIGNAL COMMUNICATION
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PREARRANGED MESSAGE CODE AND MAP COORDINATION CODE
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WORK SHEET
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1.a. References: FM 24-5, Paragraph 53a, b, c; Infantry school
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Prearranged Message Code (Com 70-43); Special Map No. 26 (Map Coordinate Code Overprinted, 2-231).
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b. Purpose: To teach method of employing prearranged Message Code and Map Coordinate Code in encoding messages.
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2. SITUATION: You are the leader of a reconnaissance patrol from Company A, 1st Infantry. You have the following message to send to your company commander by voice radio:
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Enemy rifle platoon entrenched in vicinity of BM at (28.1-22.5) Will leave 2 men in observation.
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3. REQUIREMENT: Encode in the space below, the body of the message given above using Prearranged Message Code (Com 70-43), and Map Coordinate Code (overprinted on Special Map No. 26).
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My Sal
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Li
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EE RX PH OB VD VI Y5
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LD NHinOB
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The Solution
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EE RX PH Entrenched in VD
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BM AL VI V5 WI Leave NH in OB

Latest revision as of 15:52, 3 May 2020

THE INFANTRY SCHOOL Fort Benning, Georgia 1943 Com-192-43

SIGNAL COMMUNICATION PREARRANGED MESSAGE CODE AND MAP COORDINATION CODE WORK SHEET

1.a. References: FM 24-5, Paragraph 53a, b, c; Infantry school Prearranged Message Code (Com 70-43); Special Map No. 26 (Map Coordinate Code Overprinted, 2-231).

b. Purpose: To teach method of employing prearranged Message Code and Map Coordinate Code in encoding messages.

2. SITUATION: You are the leader of a reconnaissance patrol from Company A, 1st Infantry. You have the following message to send to your company commander by voice radio:

Enemy rifle platoon entrenched in vicinity of BM at (28.1-22.5) Will leave 2 men in observation.

3. REQUIREMENT: Encode in the space below, the body of the message given above using Prearranged Message Code (Com 70-43), and Map Coordinate Code (overprinted on Special Map No. 26).

My Sal Li EE RX PH OB VD VI Y5 LD NHinOB The Solution EE RX PH Entrenched in VD BM AL VI V5 WI Leave NH in OB