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codes  that  can  be  used  with  a  PLA.  When multiple  office  codes  are  used  with  a  PLA,  the first  code  is  the  action  code.  A  single  slant separates   multiple   codes;   for   example,   CNO WASHINGTON  DC//094/611//.  If  an  office code  is  not  known,  the  code  //JJJ//  is  used after  the  PLA.  Office  codes  are  not  used  with AIGs,  CADs,  or  PLAs  in  pro  forma  messages. NTP-3   has   further   information   concerning office  codes  used  with  PLAs. MESSAGE   USER   RESPONSIBILITIES A   message user   is   any   individual authorized  to  draft,  release,  and/or  process electronically  transmitted  messages.  There  are certain   responsibilities   associated   with   the o r i g i n a t i o n    o f    a message. These responsibilities  are  separate  and  distinct  and concern   the   following   parties: “   Originator l   Drafter l   Releaser Occasionally,   the   responsibilities   may overlap,  especially  if  one  person  is  serving  a dual   capacity. For   example,   administrative officers  may  occasionally  draft  and  release messages, thus making them both drafters and releasers. Originator The  originator  is  the  authority  (command or  activity)  in  whose  name  the  message  is sent.  The  originator  is  presumed  to  be  the  CO of  the  command  or  activity.  Most  often,  the originator  and  the  releaser  are  one  and  the same.  In  some  cases,  the  drafter,  releaser,  and originator  are  all  the  same  person. For example,  if  the  CO  drafts  a  message  for transmission,  he  or  she  is  the  drafter  as  well as  the  releasing  authority  for  the  activity  in whose  name  the  message  is  sent. Drafter The   drafter   is   the   person   who   actually composes   the   message.   According   to   NTP-3, the  drafter  is  responsible  for  the  following: Addressing  and  using  PLAs  correctly Ensuring   clear,   concise   composition Selecting  the  precedence Ensuring  the  proper  format Assigning   the   proper   classification Ensuring  the  application  of  proper downgrading   and   declassification   instructions to  classified  messages,  except  those  containing Restricted  Data  or  Formerly  Restricted  Data Releaser The   releaser   is   a   properly   designated individual  authorized  to  release  messages  for transmission  in  the  name  of  the  command  or activity.  The  releasing  individual  makes  sure that   the   drafter   has   complied   with   the requirements   contained   in   the   NTP-3.   In addition   to   validating   the   contents   of   the message,  the  signature  of  the  releaser  affirms compliance  with  message-drafting  instructions. The  signature  of  the  releaser  authorizes  the message  for  transmission. MESSAGE   FORMAT General   administrative   (GENADMIN)   is the  format  used  for  most  narrative  messages. The  exceptions  are  those  narrative  messages for  which  a  publication,  instruction,  or  other directive  requires  a  different  format.  There are other   formats   for   special-purpose messages. These   messages   include   casualty reports   (CASREPs),   movement   reports (MOVREPs),   and   Status   of   Resources   and Training   System   (SORTS).   Instructions   for preparing   these   messages   are   found   in appropriate  publications. 3-28

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