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MANUAL   OF   THE   MEDICAL DEPARTMENT The  Manual   of   the   Medical   Department (MANMED),   NAVMED   P-117,   is   issued   by the  Bureau  of  Medicine  and  Surgery  and contains  material  on  general  instructions  for medical  care  of  personnel  of  the  Navy  and Marine   Corps;   directions   for   procurement, storage,  issue,  and  accounting  of  medical supplies  and  for  training  medical  and  dental personnel;   information   regarding   physical requirements  and  examinations  for  personnel of  the  Navy  and  Marine  Corps;  procedures  for keeping health records and submitting reports; and  special  instructions  for  procedures  and reports  in  cases  of  death. The  MANMED  is  prepared  by  the  Chief, Bureau   of   Medicine   and   Surgery. It   is published  in  loose-leaf  form for the convenience  of  making  changes. MANUAL   FOR   THE   NAVY   CASUALTY ASSISTANCE   CALLS   PROGRAM The  Manual   for   the   Navy   Casualty Assistance Calls P r o g r a m    ( C A C P ), N A V M I L P E R S C O M I N S T    1 7 7 0 . 1 ,    i s published  to  assist  in  the  proper  discharge  of the   functions   of   the   program.   The   CACP provides   that   a   commissioned   officer   of   the Navy  on  active  duty  be  officially  designated a   CACP   officer   to   personally   contact   the primary   next   of   kin   of   naval   personnel, exclusive  of  Marine  Corps  personnel,  who  die on  active  duty  or  training  duty.  The  purpose of the program is to assist and advise the next of   kin   about   the   rights, benefits,  and privileges   to   which   they   are   entitled   as   a result  of  the  death  of  members  of  the  naval service. DECEDENT  AFFAIRS  MANUAL The  Decedent  Affairs  Manual,  NAVMED- COMINST  5360.1,  is  published  by  the  Bureau of  Medicine  and  Surgery, The   Decedent Affairs   Program   is   defined   as   the   recovery, identification,  care,  and  disposition  of  remains of  deceased  persons  for  whom  the  DON  is responsible. This   program   is   applicable during  peacetime,  in  time  of  war,  and  in support  of  major  military  operations. MANUAL   OF   NAVY   OFFICER MANPOWER   AND PERSONNEL  CLASSIFICATIONS The  Manual   of   Navy   Officer   Manpower and   Personnel   Classifications   (NOMPC), NAVPERS  15839,  is  published  by  the  Bureau of  Naval  Personnel  (BUPERS)  and  is  issued in  two  volumes.  Volume  I  contains  the  Navy Officer   Occupational   Classification   System (NOOCS)    and    is    used    to    identify    skills, education, training, experience and capabilities related   to   both   officer   personnel   and manpower   requirements.   Volume   II   contains a  description  of  the  Officer  Data  Card  (ODC) and  a  listing  of  nonoccupational  manpower and  personnel  codes  that  provide  foreign language,   ship   and   station,   service   school, education,  and  other  identifiers  on  the  ODC. BUPERS   uses   these   classifications   to identify   billet   experience   and   special qualifications   of   each   naval   officer.   This information   is required   for   personnel administration, including procurement, training,  distribution,  manpower  planning,  and career  management.    NOMPC  codes  are  also used  by  CNO  to  identify  qualitative  officer requirements   in   manpower   authorizations. Changes  are  issued  by  CHNAVPERS. REGISTER   OF   COMMISSIONED   AND WARRANT  OFFICERS  OF  THE  U.S. NAVY  AND  MARINE  CORPS  AND RESERVE   OFFICERS   ON   ACTIVE DUTY The  Register of   Commissioned   and Warrant  Officers  of  the  U.S.  Navy  and  Marine Corps   and   Reserve   Officers   on   Active   Duty (Navy  Register). NAVPERS   15018,   is published  on  1  January  every  2  years,  by  the CHNAVPERS,  and  is  issued  to  all  ships  and 2-3

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