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4-67. Overseas  travel  by  persons  in conjunction  with  authorized  funded round trip to the bedside of a seriously  ill  or  injured  member must be performed using what type of  carrier? 1. Foreign flag carrier 2. American  flag  carrier  only 3. American  flag  carrier  unless specifically  approved  by  (PERS 332/663)  to  use  other  carriers 4-68. What  command  or  official  issues funded  overseas  round  trip  travel orders to the next of kin? 1. Any  naval  activity 2. The Secretary of the Navy 3. The  Secretary  of  Defense 4. Chief  of  Naval  Personnel 4–69. What  official  writes  the  letter  of circumstances to the next of kin? 1. Chief of Naval Personnel 2. Secretary of the Navy 3. Commanding  officer 4. Chief  of  Naval  Operations 4-70. The  letter  containing  the circumstances  of  the  casualty should  be  written  within  what maximum time frame after the occurrence  of  the  casualty? 1. 10 hours 2. 24  hours 3. 36  hours 4. 48  hours 4-71. When a service member is in transit and becomes a casualty, what official  should  write  the  letter of  circumstances  or  condolence? 1. The  new  commanding  officer 2. The  commanding  officer  under whom the member last served 3. The  commanding  officer  of  the military  activity  that  was first notified of the casualty 4. The chaplain who was first notified  about  the  casualty 4-72. To what extent should a letter of circumstances  provide  detail? 1. The  letter  should  furnish sufficient  facts  about  the incident to answer all immediate  questions  of  the next of kin 2. The  letter  should  only  contain the  member’s  name,  rate,  social security  number,  and  cause  of death 3. The  letter  should  withhold  as much  information  as  possible until  an  appropriate investigation  is  conducted 4-73. The  commanding  officer’s  letter  of circumstances  or  condolence  must meet what standard of timeliness? 1. The letter should be delayed, awaiting the outcome of all connected  investigations  then sent within 24 hours 2. The letter should not be delayed  awaiting  the  outcome  of all  connected  investigations 3. The letter should be sent within 4 hours of report of casualty  by  the  commanding officer 4-74. A copy of the commanding officer’s letter  of  circumstances  or condolence must be sent to what official  or  officials? 1. Immediate  superior  in  command 2. CHNAVPERS  (PERS  663)  only 3. Judge  Advocate  General (Code 33) only 4. CHNAVPERS  (PERS  663)  and  Judge Advocate General (Code 33) 4-75. Mail  addressed  to  deceased  members is held at the command until the notification of the next of kin and then returned to the sender via cover letter from the CO. 1. True 2. False 4 2

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