SIGINT tasking and reporting net (RATT/FM voice)
communication links for the MI battalion to receive and transmit
information from the division and other supported and supporting
There are two types of communication nets in the ATACS:
a. Single-channel radio nets.
Figure 2-10, page 2-9, shows the
internal and external single-channel radio nets for a divisional MI
battalion. Each circle represents a radio net.
(1) The division command net (FM voice) is used by the division
commander and G3 for tactical command and control of the division.
The battalion TOC is a station in the net receiving command taskings,
direction, and information.
(2) The division intelligence net (FM voice) is used to receive
station in the net which is controlled by the division G2.
(3) The division general purpose net (RATT) provides the
division with a means of transmitting and receiving hard copy
messages to and from its subordinate commands.
RATT will be
eliminated as MSE is fielded.