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(b) Examples: Zone I overlapping Zone I, designate Zone I. Zone I overlapping Zone II, designate Zone I. Zone II overlapping Zone II, designate Zone II. Zone II overlapping Zone I, designate Zone I. e. Simplified Fallout Prediction. (1) Purpose. The purpose of the simplified fallout prediction system is to provide small-unit commanders with an immediate estimate of the fallout hazard. The commander will use the simplified fallout prediction in the tactical decision-making process. G-24 FM 3-11.3/MCRP 3-37.2A/NTTP 3-11.25/AFTTP(I) 3-2.56 2 February 2006
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Figure G-12. Multiple-Burst Detailed Fallout Prediction (Example) (2) Required Items. To construct a simplified fallout prediction, the unit requires the following items: (a) Current EDM. (b) NBC2 NUC report. (c) M5A2 simplified fallout predictor (see Figure G-13, page G-26, and Figure G-14, page G-27). (d) Downwind distance zone of immediate concern nomogram. 2 February 2006 FM 3-11.3/MCRP 3-37.2A/NTTP 3-11.25/AFTTP(I) 3-2.56 G-25
Scale: 1: 250 000 (not to scale) Estimated Yield: 35 KT DTG of Attack: 271220ZMAY2004 Location of Attack: WB208196 NBC EDM: 271200ZMAY2004 Figure G-13. Simplified Fallout Template With Fallout Prediction G-26 FM 3-11.3/MCRP 3-37.2A/NTTP 3-11.25/AFTTP(I) 3-2.56 2 February 2006
Figure G-14. Simplified Fallout Template, M5A2 (Example) 2 February 2006 FM 3-11.3/MCRP 3-37.2A/NTTP 3-11.25/AFTTP(I) 3-2.56 G-27
(3) EDM Yield Groups. There are seven standard yield groups for which the EDM (see Table G-1) provides plotting information. These yield groups are listed as lines ALPHAM through GOLFM on the EDM. The following information is provided by each yield group: Table G-1. Preselected Yield Groups ALPHAM is 2 KT BRAVOM is > 2 KT 5 KT CHARLIEM is > 5 KT 30 KT DELTAM is > 30 KT 100 KT ECHOM is > 100 KT 300 KT FOXTROTM is > 300 KT 1,000 KT (1 MT) GOLFM is > 1,000 KT 3,000 KT (3 MT) (a) The first three digits (ddd) contain the downwind direction for the particular yield group in degrees grid from GN. (b) The next three digits (sss) contain the EWS, in kph. (c) The last three digits (***) represent the expanded angle, in degrees, between the left and right radial lines. They are only reported when the angle from the wind vector plot exceeds 40°. (Last digit in ADP [NATO ADatP-3 Data Base] format—7 digit total vice 9 EDM line.) NOTE: The first three digits could represent the downwind distance of Zone I measured in km if the wind speed is below 8 kph for the respective EDM line (see Figure G-15, page G-29). G-28 FM 3-11.3/MCRP 3-37.2A/NTTP 3-11.25/AFTTP(I) 3-2.56 2 February 2006
Figure G-15. EDM Work Sheet 2 February 2006 FM 3-11.3/MCRP 3-37.2A/NTTP 3-11.25/AFTTP(I) 3-2.56 G-29
(d) To calculate the data, use the detailed procedure discussed later in this appendix with 2 KT for ALPHAM, 5 KT for BRAVOM, 30 KT for CHARLIEM, and so on. Example: NBC EDM AREA/RRRRR// (area of validity) ZULUM/ddttttZMMMYYYY/ (DTG when winds were measured) UNIT/LLL/DDD/SSS/-// ALPHAM /-/ddd/sss/*** BRAVOM /-/ddd/sss/*** CHARLIEM /-/ddd/sss/*** DELTAM /-/ddd/sss/*** ECHOM /-/ddd/sss/*** FOXTROTM /-/ddd/sss/*** GOLFM /-/ddd/sss/*** ZULUM (ddttttZMMMYYYY) is the DTG at which the real winds for the wind vector plot were measured (e.g., 020600ZJUN2004 is the 2 nd day of June 2004 at 0600Z ).

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