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The CAC will verify the required information is correct before passing the information to the activity engraving the urn and the wooden interment flag case. A civilian internee is a civilian who is interned 638-22 armed conflict or occupation for security reasons or for protection or because he has committed an offense against the detaining power. The Family-arranged preparation option see para 4— To be authorized mortuary affairs benefits the employee must be—. Operation of Army mortuary 63-82.
Group interment marker will be provided as prescribed in paragraph 16—4.
AR 638-2 Care and Disposition of Remains and Disposition of Personal Effects
Instructions for completing DA Form and distribution of the form are part of the form. The place to which remains can be shipped at U.
At no time may cremation of remains, defined as a whole body or a non-intact torso be performed in a mortuary operated by a military Service or through a funeral home or crematory under contract with a military Service.
This publication is a mandated revision. Acquisition advice code see notes. This selection is made at the time of ra notification of identified partial remains.
The Army-arranged preparation options authorize the Army to contract and arrange for the preparation, casketing, and transportation of the remains from the place of death to the place designated by the PADD. These expenses will not be counted against the primary care or interment allowances. Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Specific Allotment, page 5. Accepted 6382- for wr. If appropriate clothing, insignia, and ribbons for military uniforms are not available in ag an OCONUS location, notify the receiving CAC or port mortuary by email or telephonically.
Soldiers who are currently assigned to a troop program unit or Ready Reserve Control Group are not authorized. Single Musician organist, pianist, bagpiper. The command will report costs incurred and collections made in each individual case to the Commander, U. A delay may occur in the Army learning of the death of a Soldier and all funeral arrangements could be made before the Army learns of the death.
AR Army Mortuary Affairs Program
Chapters 2, 4, 8,11, The PADD may select one of the following options for disposition of subsequently identified portions at U. No payment for services rendered locally will be made by the U. Government mortuary preparing the remains for Army-arranged cases. Also, the status of each decedent will determine the authorized mortuary benefits. Temporary Interment Operations should be conducted only when operational constraints prevent the storage or evac.
Refer to AR 25—30 for specific guidance.
The Current Death Operations may continue to operate in areas of conflict depending upon the logistical and tactical. Distribution of these a is stated in the chapters 6338-2 the forms.
Remains will be completely dressed by the preparing mortuary outside the United States when they are released for local interment or shipped directly to a consignee designated by the PADD. Responsibility for search, recovery, and tentative identification.
Mortuary affairs benefits for RA Soldiers on active duty are located in table 6388-2. Disposition of remains, disposition of PE, burial honors, escort 368-2 funeral travel payments, mortuary service contract payments, and funeral and interment claim information must be entered into DCIPS immediately upon receipt of the information from the primary or official source of the information.
While in a travel status away from his or her official station within the United States at the time of death. To be authorized mortuary benefits, the decedent must be either on active duty at the time of death or continuously. Funeral travel will be provided for each authorized interment of a decedent.
Attaches to Hydro Aspirator. Chapters 4, 8, 11, 12, 13, It is possible for one decedent to qualify for benefits in more than one personnel category. Coordinating agency for group interments. Registers, cards, or folders.
Memorial flags, grave sites, and markers will be provided for non-recov. Government are not lost. Additional travel entitlements see JTR. When the conclusion shows that the identification data does not compare favorably with any known deceased or missing individuals.
Should the Soldier subsequently marry and be survived by a spouse, the provisions of paragraph 4—4 a 1 will apply. Where and by whom cremation may be accomplished.
Government expense under expressed wishes of the PADD, later disinterment or shipment of remains will not be arranged, nor paid for, by the Army see also para 8—11 regarding subsequent remains.