DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
U.S. NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY
FPO AE 09619-1000
14 Sep 94
FIRST ENDORSEMENT on LT Close D. Hatch, USN, 111-11-1111/1105, 5800 [code] ltr of [date]
From: Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Support Activity, Naples, Italy
Judge Advocate General
Commander Fleet Air Mediterranean
Subj: INVESTIGATION TO INQUIRE INTO THE CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING THE
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT INVOLVING, AND INJURIES SUSTAINED BY, YNSN JANE
A. DOE, USN, 222-22-2222, U.S. NAVAL SUPPORT ACTIVITY, NAPLES, ITALY, WHICH
OCCURRED IN GAETA, ITALY, ON 28 AUGUST 1994
1. Readdressed and forwarded.
2. The opinion that YNSN Does injuries were incurred in the line of duty and not as a result of her
misconduct is approved.
3. The basic proceedings, findings of fact, opinions, and recommendations of the investigating officer are
/s/ WATER E. TIGHT
CO, NLSO Naples
Figure 13-6.-First endorsement of JAGMAN investigative report.
investigation is being furnished to __________________
recommendations of the investigating officer are
for such action as deemed appropriate.
. Additional recommendations:
after the last recommendation in the basic
. The action recommended in recommendation
____ has been accomplished by
If corrective action had been taken on the
investigation, paragraph 4 of figure 13-6 would read:
4. Subject to the foregoing remarks, the basic
proceedings, findings of fact, opinions, and
Whenever punitive or nonpunitive disciplinary
action is contemplated or taken respecting an individual
as a result of the incident under inquiry, the action will
be noted in the endorsement of the CA. Disciplinary
action should be taken in a timely manner and should
not await the concurrence of higher authority.
COPIES AND FORWARDING
Send one complete copy of the investigation with
the original for each intermediate reviewing authority