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ASSIGNMENT   4 Textbook  Assignment: “Personnel  Casualty  Reports,”   chapter 4, pages 4-1 through 4-10. 4-1. A personnel casualty report is required from a Navy command in which  of  the  following  instances? 1. 2. 3. 4. 4-2. The When a Navy the command When a Navy the  command only member  serving  with dies only member  serving  with dies or is injured When death or injury to a service member of another U.S. Armed  Force  Service  branch occurs while serving with the Navy command only When  personnel  serving  with  or attached to the Navy command become  casualties Navy considers a person to be a casualty  if  that  person’s  services are lost due to which of the following  circumstances? 1. Illness,    injury, or wounds of a serious nature 2. Death 3. Missing,  including  missing in action (MIA) 4. Each of the above 4-3. In addition to Navy members, which of the following personnel may also be  considered  casualties  for reporting  purposes? 1. 2. 3. 4. Family members of active duty Navy personnel in a foreign country  who  are  unaccounted for only Civilian  Navy  employees in a foreign country only Family members of civilian Navy employees in a foreign country who are unaccounted for only Family members of Navy members on active duty or civilian Navy employees  and  their  family members  in  a  foreign  country who are unaccounted   for 34 4-4. A  personnel  casualty  report submitted  for  a  family  member should  contain  what  reporting items? 1. Most of the same items as that for active duty personnel, appropriately   modified 2. ALFA through DELTA items only 3. ALFA through ECHO items only 4. ALFA through HOTEL items only 4-5. Individuals  who  are  incapacitated and  cannot  communicate  with  their next of kin have what status concerning  personnel  casualty reports? 1. Are  not  considered  casualties for reporting purposes 2. Are  considered  casualties  for reporting  purposes 3. Must wait until they are able to notify family members and are  not  considered  casualties for  reporting  purposes  until that  time 4-6. Which  of  the  following  individuals is responsible for submitting a personnel casualty report on a member of a command who becomes a  casualty? 1. 2. 3. 4. The PNC attached to the command and who is the personnel  officer The  operations  officer  who was notified first about the casualty The  commander,  commanding officer,    or  immediate  superior in command who is notified about the casualty The  command  duty  officer

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