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Enclosures The  first  enclosure  is  either  the  signed written appointing order and any modifications   or the signed written confirmation  of  an  oral  or  message  appointing order.  Include  any  requests  for  extensions  of time  as  enclosures,  in  addition  to  letters granting  or  denying  such  requests. JAGMAN   0229a   requires   the   IO   to properly  identify  all  persons  involved  in  the incident   under   investigation   with   complete name,  grade  or  title,  service  or  occupation, and  station  or  residence. The   list   of enclosures  is  a  suggested  place  for  ensuring compliance  with  that  section. Enclosures  are listed in the order referenced   in   the   investigative   report. Separately  number  and  completely  identify each   enclosure. Make   each   statement, affidavit,  transcript  of  testimony,  photograph, map,  chart,  document,  or  other  exhibit  a separate    enclosure. If   the   IO’s   personal observations  provide  the  basis  for  any  finding of  fact,  a  signed  memorandum  detailing  those observations   should   be   attached   as   an enclosure.  Enclose  a  Privacy  Act  statement for  each  party  or  witness  from  whom  personal information  was  obtained  as  an  attachment  to the   individual’s   statement.   The   signature   of the  IO  on  the  investigative  report  serves  to authenticate  all  the  enclosures. Classification of Report Because   of   the   wide   circulation   of JAGMAN   investigative   reports,   classified information should be omitted unless inclusion is   essential.   When   included,   however,   the investigative r e p o r t    is assigned the classification  of  the  highest  subject  matter contained   in   it. Encrypted   versions   of messages   are   not   included   or   attached   to investigative   reports   where   the   content   or substance  of  such  message  is  divulged.  To assist  in  the  processing  of  requests  for  release of  investigations  and  to  simplify  handling  and storage,   declassify   enclosures   whenever possible. If   the   information   in   question cannot  be  declassified,  but  contributes  nothing to  the  report,  consider  removing  the  enclosure from  the  investigation  with  notification  in  the forwarding   endorsement. ACTION   BY   THE   CONVENING   AND REVIEWING   AUTHORITIES The  IO  submits  the  JAGMAN  investigative report  to  the  CA  who  reviews  it  and  transmits it  by  endorsement  to  the  appropriate  superior officer.  The  endorsement  will  accomplish  one of  the  following  actions: l  Return  the  report  for  further  inquiry  or corrective  action  noting  any  incomplete, ambiguous,  or  erroneous  action  of  the  IO. l   Forward   the   record,   setting   forth appropriate   comments,   recording   approval   or disapproval,   in   whole   or   in   part,   of   the proceedings, findings, opinions, and recommendations. In  line  of  duty/misconduct  investigation, the  CA  is  required  to  specifically  approve  or disapprove   the   line   of   duty/misconduct opinion. SUMMARY Your  knowledge  of  the  proper  procedures involved  with  the  conduct  and  preparation  of the  various  types  of  JAGMAN  investigations is an important aspect of your duties as a YN. Additional   information   concerning   these investigations  can  be  found  in  chapter  II  of the  Manual  of  the  Judge  Advocate  General and   JAGINST   5890.1. Whenever   you   are involved   with   working   on   a   JAGMAN investigation,   you   should   take   the   time   to review   the   applicable   sections   of   the JAGMAN  and  JAGINST  5890.1  to  make  sure all   procedures   and   any   special   requirements are   followed. 9-23

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