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1

Who is the overall manager of decedent affairs program?

Navy Casualty, Navy Mortuary Affairs

2

What is the decedent affairs manual?

OPNAVINST 5360.1 series

3

What five programs have been established to carry out decedent affairs?

Current Death, Graves Registration, Concurrent Return, Return of Remains, CACP

4

What is a PADD?

Person authorized direct disposition

5

What program allows the PADD to designate a place for remains to be shipped to?

Current Death Program

6

When does the Graves Registration Program (GRREG) become operational?

During major military operations

7

What program provides for the search, recovery, and evacuation of remains to a processing point?

Concurrent Return Program

8

Provides for the permanent disposition of remains of persons in a temp cemetery who could not be evacuated under Concurrent Return?

Return of Remains Program

9

When is the Return of Remains Program activated?

Only upon special legislation

10

Return of Remains program may authorize what overseas?

One or more permanent American cemeteries in the area

11

Who notifies field activities of Return of Remains program once activated?

BUMED

12

What program is not part of the decedent affairs program?

CACP

13

Who administers the CACP?

CNO Personnel Command

14

BUPERSINST 1770.1?

CACP

15

Detailed guidance on eligibility can be found where?

U.S. Code Title 10, subchapter 75

16

A casualty report must be submitted within how many hours after determination of death?

Four IAW MILPERSMAN 1770-030 Personal Casualty Report Procedures

17

When death occurs away from command, who submits the casualty report?

The activity that learns of the casualty.

18

What command submits casualty report after member detaches?

Gaining command

19

Casualty reports should be sent with what message precedence?

Priority

20

What program oversees family notification in the area in which the PADD and SNOK reside?

CACO/FHS (Funeral Honors Support)

21

Notification of PADD will normally be made between what hours?

0500-2400

22

CACOs are assigned for what time period?

90 days - 9 months (depending on needs of family)

23

After CACO makes initial notification of death, a follow-up notification takes place within how many hours?

24 (to complete paperwork)

24

COs write a condolence letter to the NOK within how many hours?

48

25

A copy of the condolence letter should be sent where?

NAVPERSCOM and OJAG (Office of the Judge Advocate General - Investigations Division)

26

Autopsies are not required under what causes of death?

Motorcycle, automobile or under the care of a physician

27

When an aircrew member dies, the MO will recommend an autopsy to the CO based on what instruction?

NAVMED P-117

28

NOK must provide what type of authorization before an autopsy can be performed?

Written

29

The PADD is responsible for what fees if a private autopsy is elected?

Movement of remains and pathologist's fees

30

What instruction calls for a fact-finding body to convene for violence, aircraft accident, fire, explosion or natural disaster?

JAGINST 5800.7 (JAGMAN)