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17. When communicating, ICS requires that responders DO NOT use: A. Plain English. B. Common terminology. C. Agency or radio codes. D. Clear text.
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User: 17. When communicating, ICS requires that responders DO NOT use: A. Plain English. B. Common terminology. C. Agency or radio codes. D. Clear text.

Weegy: When communicating, ICS requires that responders DO NOT use agency or radio codes.


User: 18. Select the FALSE statement below. A. A common communications plan is essential for ensuring that personnel can communicate with one another during an incident. B. Integrating communications can be as simple as making sure you have current phone numbers of all key players. C. During an incident, the Liaison Officer is responsible for ensuring flow of communication within the ICS organization. D. Prior to an incident, response partners should work together to ensure that communication equipment, procedures, and systems can operate together.

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During an incident, the Liaison Officer is responsible for ensuring flow of communication within the ICS organization, is the FALSE statement.

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