ARMY - AR 5-12
ARMY MANAGEMENT OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM
|Publication Date:||1 October 1997|
a. Issues Army policy and assigns responsibilities for Army management of the electromagnetic spectrum (hereafter referred to as"spectrum management. "
b. Issues Army policy and assigns responsibilities for Army participation in service, joint, national, and international spectrum management activities.
c. Issues policies and responsibilities for spectrum allocations, allotments, and assignments by Army commands, agencies and activities within the United States and Possessions (US&P).
d. Issues guidance for spectrum allocations, allotments, and assignments to Army components of Unified commands.
e. Issues guidance for implementing spectrum management functions contained in AR 25-1, The Army Information Resources Management Program.
f. Issues policies and responsibilities for submitting US Army requirements for a DD Form 1494 (Application for Equipment Frequency Allocation) as outlined in Chapter 4.
g. Prescribes duties and responsibilities for Army commanders at all levels and for users at installation and unit levels who perform spectrum management duties.
h. Issues policy and responsibilities for achieving the Amy spectrum-dependent electromagnetic environmental effects (E(3) ) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) objectives during the design, development, acquisition, and use of spectrum-dependent equipment.
i. Issues policies, guidance, and responsibilities for the implementation and reporting of interference under the Army Interference Resolution Program (AIRP).
j. Issues policy for Army radio station identification.
This regulation applies to all active Amy, the Amy National Guard of the United States, and the US Army Reserves. It also applies to Amy components of Unified Commands if it does not contradict guidance issued by the Unified Commands.