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4-25. An  initial  personnel  casualty report on the death of a member must contain a total of how many subject   categories? 1. 10 2. 15 3. 18 4. 17 4-26. What BUPERS Report Symbol must be used for reporting DUSTWUN members? 1. 1770-4 2. 1770/4 3. 1770-3 4. 1770/3 4-27. What is the maximum amount of time that a person can remain in a DUSTWUN status from the date of disappearance? 1. 5  days 2. 10  days 3. 15  days 4. 30 days 4-28. When a member of your command is reported as missing while your ship is  conducting  local  operations,  a personnel  casualty  report  (missing) must be sent within a maximum of how  many  hours  of  notification  that the  member  is  missing? 1. 24 hours 2. 7  hours 3. 5 hours 4. 4 hours 4-29. In  a  personnel  casualty  report (missing), what date should be reported  as  the  date  missing? 1. The date that the division officer last saw the member 2. The date of the member’s initial  disappearance  unless other  information  is  available What indicates a more current date 3. The date that the executive officer last saw the member 4. The  date  that  the  commanding officer last saw the member 4-30. For personnel reported as missing, unknown  or  unconfirmed  information in the initial report must be labeled as such. How is this information  later  clarified? 1. By  follow-up  phone  calls 2. By  supplemental  reports 3. By the CACO in person 4. By  the  commanding  officer in person 4-31. Which of the following is a policy concerning  the  submission  of supplemental  search  reports  for personnel  reported  as  missing? 1. The  reports  are  required  only when  directed  by  CHNAVPERS 2. The  reports  are  not  required for  personnel  reported  as missing 3. The  reports  are  required  only when directed by CNO 4. The  reports  are  required  unless transmission  is  not  possible for  security  reasons 4-32. If, after immediate search, evidence of death exists for personnel  reported  as  missing, what official or command has the responsibility  of  submitting  a report  of  death? 1. The command to which member was  attached 2. The  member’s  executive  officer 3. The  member’s  department  head 4. The  Chief  of  Naval  Operations 4-33. Commanding  Officers  are  prohibited from reporting any further change in status once a member is reported as  missing. 1. True 2. False 37

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