6. Perform a CUE net entry. You loaded the CUE frequency into your RT so
any station whose RT is not loaded with your FH data can contact you to
enter your net. During a time when the net is idle "CUE" appears on your
You must answer the CUE and determine what the CUEing station
Remember the net members do not have the CUE frequency loaded and
will not receive the CUE signal.
If you leave the FH net temporarily to
answer the CUE call you must inform the net. Depending on local SOP you may
have an alternate NCS answer the CUE call.
a. Set the CHAN switch to CUE and respond to the CUE call.
UNKNOWN STATION THIS IS NCS C/S OVER
NCS C/S THIS IS CALLER C/S REPORTING INTO NET OVER
CALLER C/S THIS IS NCS C/S MEET ME ON MANUAL OUT
b. Set CHAN to MAN and conduct a Cold Start procedure for the CUEing
7. Stopping procedures.
When you have completed operations direct the net
to close down.
NET C/S THIS IS NCS C/S CLOSE DOWN OVER
NCS C/S THIS IS 1ST NM C/S ROGER OUT
NCS C/S THIS IS 2ND NM C/S ROGER OUT
NCS C/S THIS IS 3RD NM C/S ROGER OUT
a. If you are using a manpack radio set, check battery life condition
and write it down.
You will need to record it on the battery when you
remove it from the RT.
b. Zeroize the KY-57 and turn it to OFF.
c. Perform after operation PMCS.
Set the RT FCTN switch to TST and
observe the display cycle it will show E
d, 88888 and Good. Set the RT
FCTN switch to ZA, the display will show Good, all data except battery life
condition will be zeroized. Set the FCTN switch to STW to zero battery life
condition and conserve battery life.
d. Turn the CB1 switch
disassemble the manpack.
e. Annotate the DA Form 2404.