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In  the  case  of  deceased,  captured,  missing,  or interned  members,  personal  effects  will  be  inventoried and clothing cleaned or laundered. Commands must ship  personal  effects  directly  to  the  PNOK  by  registered mail  or  via  the  appropriate  personal  effects  distribution center (PEDC). Include a copy of the inventory list with the personal effects. Ship them within 2 weeks after the casualty occurs. If this is not possible, inform PERS 663. For information on handling and shipping personal effects, shore commands should consult  Transportation of   Persona!   Property   Ashore,   NAVSUP   P-490, paragraph  9009.2.  Afloat  commands  should  consult Transportation  of  Personal  Property  Afloat,  NAVSUP P-485,  volume  3,  paragraph  1302. SUMMARY As a first class or chief petty officer one of your duties will be the preparation of casualty reports. You must set up a case file containing the initial casualty report message with the letter to the next of kin and any other correspondence about the casualty. Furthermore, you may be assigned the duties of CACO. While dealing with naval casualties is not something any of us look forward to, serious injuries, illnesses, and deaths do occur.  You  should  be  aware  of  your  responsibilities  in dealing with these situations and know where to find the information  so  you  can  quickly  and  accurately  submit the  necessary  reports. 4-10

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