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33 Cards in this Set

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What does the DAP provide for?
Search, recovery, identification, care, and disposition of remains of deceased personnel.
When ____ years old or when purpose is served, whichever is earlier, destroy accumulated routine day to day general DAP records not pertaining to a specific case.
Who is delegated to overall administrative resposibilities of DAP?
COMNAVMEDCOM (Commander, Naval Medical Command)
What are the five programs that may coexist to carry out responsiblities for DAP?
Current Death Program
Graves Registration Program
Concurrent Return Program
Return of Remains Program
Casualty Assistance Calls Programs
This program provides professional mortuary services, supplies, and related services incident to care and dispostion of remains.
Current Death Program
This program provides for the search, recovery, evacuation, initial identification, disposition of personal effects found with deceased, and burial of eligible deceased persons in temporary cemeteries.
Graves Registration Program (GR/GRREG)
Under this program, remains are shipped to a place designated by PNOK for permanent disposition and personal effects are shipped to legal recipient.
Current Death Program
Although not part of the Current Death Program, round-trip transportation to burial site may be authorized for family members of deceased active duty members under a program administered by _______ and ______________.
This program is operational on a worldwide basis during peacetime and will continue outside areas of conflict during major military operations.
Current Death Program
This program is only operational when authorized by the responsible commander during major military operations.
Graves Registration Program
This program is a combination of the Current Death Program and Graves Registration Program.
Concurrent Return Program
This program can only be activated upon enactment of special legislation.
Return of Remains Program
This program provides for permanent disposition of remains of those persons buried in temporary cemeteries who could not be evacuated under the Concurrent Return Program.
Return of Remains Program
This program begins with the initial phase of the Graves Registration Program and ends with the Current Death Program.
Concurrent Return Program
Under this program, PNOK and SNOK are given assistance with problems surrounding the death and matters of disposition of remains, death gratuity, personal effects, SGLI, settlement of will, etc.
Casualty Assistance Calls Program (CACP)
When is the first call made to inform PNOK of death?
24 hours
Who can act as the CACO?
Active duty commissioned officer or well qualified senior enlisted member
Who administers the Navy CACP? Who adminsters Marine Corps CACP?
Navy : Commander, Naval Military Personnel Command (COMNAVMILPERSCOM)

Marine Corps : Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC)
What is POE?
Port of Entry - An activity designated to receive, reprocess, and arrange transportation of remains
PNOK is defined as person most closely related to the decedent in what order?
1. Legal spouse
2. Eldest child over age of majority (18)
3. Father/Mother
4. Eldest Brother/Sister
5. Other blood relatives
The Mother of the deceased is appointed PNOK if the parents of the deceased are married at the time of disposition.
The Father is PNOK if parents are married at the time of disposition
For remains of prisoners of war or personnel missing in action for lengthy periods the disposition decision is made in what order?
1. Surviving spouse (unremarried)
2. Natural/adopted children by age
3. Parents
4. Surviving spouse (remarried)
5. Other blood relatives
6. A person standing in loco parentis
Dependent children include?
Unmarried legitimate or illegitimate children, stepchildren and adopted children under 21
What are the requirements for dependent children over 21 years of age?
-Incapable of self support (mental/physical condition)
-Attains age of 21 while overseas accompanying member
-Over 21 but not passed 23rd birthday and is dependant for over 1/2 of their support or full-time student attending minimum of 12 semester credit hours
Fathers, mothers, and parent-in-laws can be dependents of members if?
They depend on the member for over 1/2 of their support and have been designated as such in the member's service record.
Expenses incurred in connection with recovery, preparation, ecasement of remains, casket, cremation, and urn.
Primary Expenses
Expenses incurred in connection with the funeral and burial of remains, vault, single gravesite, opening and closing of grave.
Secondary Expenses
Expenses incurred in connection with memorial services when remains of deceased naval members are not recovered.
Memorial Services Expenses
What is the DD 2063 form?
Record of Preparation and Disposition of Remains
Explain Field Records.
Each facility involved will maintain a record pertaining to the death and disposition of remains of each individual whose death occurs within its jursidiciton.
When the deceased member's family makes all the arrangements for care and disposition of remains, a DD 2063 will NOT be completed.
What is DD 565?
Statement of Recognition of Deceased
As soon as remains have been transported to destination, submit documentation of methods used to establish identification and __________, from _______ individuals.
DD 565, two