is usually generated at subordinate levels. UNITREPs originated by major Service
commands and Service component commands are also routed to the appropriate
CINC. The JCS distribute UNITREPs to the appropriate Services and DOD agencies.
g. The primary medium for UNITREP submission is the World Wide Military
Command and Control System (WWMCCS) with a back-up system utilizing punch
cards via AUTODIN.
h. As UNITREPs are received, the status data is processed and entered into the
UNITREP File thus keeping the UNITREP File current.
i. UNITREP Contents. The report contains basic identity, general status, personnel
strength, combat readiness, equipment and crew status, and other elements that
present a picture of the unit and its daily readiness capabilities.
2. Remaining Requirements - Retired (TO MILPERCEN) (DCSPER 472-02).
a. This report reflects the remaining requirements or short fall for AC
TDA/MOBTDA organizations (Positions authorized to be filled by retirees).
b. The mobilization station receives Section II of this report, which consists of the
(1) Part A - AMEDD.
(2) Part B - Chaplain.
(3) Part C - JAG.
(4) Part D - All other Commissioned Officers.
(5) Part E - Warrant Officers.
c. This report is sequenced by Mobilization Station, Parts (as listed above), UIC and
d. Totals are provided for each UIC within each Part.
e. Summary totals are provided for each Part.
f. Commissioned aviator's Additional Skill Identifiers (ASIs) are provided in the last
two positions of their Specialty Skill Identifier if a request for an ASI is provided to
RCPAC in the initial requirements.
g. Format similar to the IRR DCSPER 472-02 Reports.
3. Remaining Requirements - IRR (TO MILPERCEN) (DCSPER 472-02).