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sitrep

n. (context US and UK military English) a situation report.

Usage examples of "sitrep".

We patrolled for about two hours, then stopped to make our sitrep to the F.

I knew that back at the squadron HQ they would be making the decision as to whether to tell the other patrols on their next sitrep or wait until it was confirmed that it was the target.

The sitrep stated what we were going to do, what time the camp attack was going in, the way we were going to do it, and how we wanted the helicopters brought in, which was on orange smoke.

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Almost frantically, Bass looked around for another route while he made a sitrep to Captain Conorado.

Lieutenant-Commander Farge gave his sitrep on the initial proposals announced by the government, the details being announced by MoD later in the week.

American sitrep, based on their latest SOSUS reports: the trickle of Russian submarines through the northern gaps had grown to a deluge, many mere outward than inward bound.

And the fact that the shore commanders did not demand a sitrep for a month indicates to me that a new one coming in may alert the command.

Snare had transmitted a sitrep giving away her position, and a message had been intercepted from the hijackers telling Snare to rendezvous at Pico Island.

The sitreps had said this was going to be much worse than Sicily, and that had been deep-shit enough.

Some of the situation reports, or sitreps, read more like a social diary.

The sitreps came in about once an hour: disembodied voices crackled over the radio or the EE-8 field phones, and spoke in the Captain Midnight code-word gibberish that passes for language in the military.

I knew that back at the squadron HQ they would be making the decision as to whether to tell the other patrols on their next sitrep or wait until it was confirmed that it was the target.

At 23:49, we received a SITREP from Admiral Patterson NE of Okinawa indicating that the Task Force is under attack, that several vessels were lost, and that he was taking evasive action.

No updated SitRep or other message to explain the delay has been receipted during my time at Stand-By, and I allocate another 4.