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a.  Command  to  which  casualty  assigned–located  outside  CONUS NOK  Reside Who Confirms Casualty by Telegram Overseas at or near casualty reporting command Commanding   officer Overseas  beyond  immediate  vicinity  of  command Overseas  shore-based  naval  commander  nearest NOK Within  CONUS CHNAVPERS b.  Command  to  which  casualty  assigned-located  within  CONUS NOK  Reside Who Confirms Casualty by Telegram Immediate vicinity Commanding   officer Away from command but within CONUS Commanding   officer Outside  CONUS Overseas  shore-based  naval  commander  nearest NOK c. Command to which casualty assigned–member dies while en route between duty stations NOK  Reside Who Confirms Casualty by Telegram Within  CONUS CHNAVPERS Outside  CONUS Overseas  shore-based  naval  commander  nearest NOK Figure 4-1.–Conditions and responsibility for confirming casualties. NOTIFICATION OF NEXT OF KIN In  all  cases  of  casualties  to  naval  personnel involving  death,  DUSTWUN,  or  missing,  the  next  of  kin should be promptly notified in person by a responsible uniformed Navy representative between the hours of 0600  and  2400.  If  the  member  is  hospitalized  and  listed as  seriously/very  seriously  ill  or  injured,  immediately preceding  the  death,  or  if  any  of  the  member’s  next  of kin are already aware of the death, the notification will be made in person regardless of the hour. Under  no  circumstances  will  notification  of  death be made by telephone unless a previous agreement has been  made  between  the  family  and  the  attending physician. This exception to the general CACP policy is to be exercised judiciously. At the time the medical officer makes telephone notification to the next of kin, he or she will simultaneously inform the CAC/FHS program  coordinator  in  whose  area  the  next  of  kin resides of his or her action. Normal CACP and reporting procedures will be followed after initial telephone contact. The CACO will be  advised  by  the  CAC/FHS  program  coordinator  of  the previous telephone notification before his or her call to the next of kin. Every notification must be confirmed in writing either by telegram or delivery in person. If undue delay in  notification  is  foreseen,  CHNAVPERS  must  be notified by telephone. Undue delay is considered to be in excess of 24 hours from receipt of the information of the  casualty. If a ship is in port at the time of the casualty and sailing  is  imminent  or  notification  impractical, CHNAVPERS  will  make  the  necessary  notification,  if so requested. Figure 4-1 specifies the conditions and responsibility  for  the  confirmation  telegram  in  case  of death. Additional  information  concerning  notification responsibilities is contained in the MILPERSMAN, Article 4210140, and the CACP Manual. 4-8

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