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Block V, Unit 1

Casualty Program

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What are the three main objectives of the Casuality Program? (1-1) (1) Track all casualty reports in accordance with AFPC and Directorate of Airman and Family Care (DFP) (2) Report casualties, notify the NOK, care for the NOK until all claims are settled (3) Eliminate delays in providing benefits to the NOK
Describe the casuality status Deceased.(1-2) When a person has know to have died, determined to have died based on conclusive evidence, or declared dead based on a presumptive finding of death.
Describe the casuality status Duty Status Whereabouts Unknown (DUSTWUN) (1-2) Used when a commander suspects an involuntary absent member is a casuality but does not feel there is sufficient evidence to make a determination of missing or deceased, updates requried every 24 hrs
What does the AFPC Casualty Servies Branch (AFPC/DPFC) provide? (1-3) Around the clock, worldwide casualty services operations for AF/USFR/ANG, ROTC dets, and USAF Academy
What information will the CAR include in the casualty report? Part 1 of 3 (1-7) (1) Type of casualty - used to identify a casualty as either hostile or non-hostile (2) Status of casualty - used to classify a casualty for as either deceased, DUSTWUN, MIssing, VSI, SI, or NSI (3) Casualty category - used to specifically classify a
What information will the CAR include in the casualty report? Part 2 of 3 (1-7) (3) Casualty category - used to specifically classify a casualty. AFPC/DPW bases the category on casualty type and status. Examples incldue captured, killed in action, or missing in action. (4) Info concerning the person (name, rank, unit of asgnmnt)
What information will the CAR include in the casualty report? Part 3 of 3 (1-7) (5) Date, time and location of the incident (6) Accurate, explicit account of the releasable circumstances surrounding the casualty
What type of report is used to expedite the flow of casualty information to AF Casualty Services when multiple casualties are involved and submitting normal casualty reports would delay notifying the NOK? (1-7) Hasty Casualty Report
The installation commander or HQ/AFPC/DPFCS selects an individual for casualty notification duty, they should learn as much about the casualty, the NOK, and the circumstances surrounding the incident. The installation CAR or HQ AFPC/DPFCS provide? (1-8) Instructions if problems occur
During the Notification Process, at a minimum what should you keep in mind? (1-8) After identifying yourself, make sure you are speaking to the correct person(s) by confirming the identity of the NOK
What is the purpose of a Case File? (1-10) Case file information is used to assist the Air Force in affecting expeditious reporting, dignified and humane notifications, and efficient and thorough assistance to the next of kin of all casualties.
What are some of the Case File Contents? (1-10) (1) AF Form 348, Line of Duty Determination (2) DOD Form 93, Record of Emergency Data (3) DOD FOrm 1300, Report of Casualty
What are the responsibilities of the AFPC/DPFC (1-3) Serves as the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR)for SGLI and the virtual record of emergency data (vRED) also known as DD Form 93
The installation commander implements the Casualty Services Program by: (1-3) Informing the NOK of all known information surrounding the service member's death
Who is a part of the of the Casualty Notification Team? (1-4) Field Grade Officer at a minimum, additionally medical personnel and an Air Force Chaplain if available
What are the different benefits alloted to the NOK? (1-5, 1-6) (1)Death Gratuity (2)Survivor's Benefit Plan (SBP) (3)Dependency and Indemity Compensation (4)Unpaid Pay and Allowance (5)Service Members' Group Insurance (SGLI)
Concerning Mass Casualty, who appoints, in writing, the Casualty Augmentation Support Team (CAST) members, which are composed of Personnel in Support of Contingency Ops (PERSCO) team members and members of Installation Personnel Readiness (IPR)? (1-11) FSS Commander
Who are a group of individuals trained in casualty reporting notification, and assistance procedures that helps the CAR and other Casualty Services personnel? (1-11) Casualty Augmentation Support Team (CAST)
What are the responsibilities of the CAR regarding mass casualty? Part 1 of 3 (1-11) (1) Ensures the FSS/MSS commander sends the installation supplemental instruction and the installation Mass Disater/Mass Casualty Response Plan, through the respective MAJCOM to AF Casualty Services. (2) Recalls the CAST on orders from the FSS Commander
What are the responsibilities of the CAR regarding mass casualty? Part 2 of 3 (1-11) (3) Trains all casualty services personnel at services GSUs, PERSCO and CAST mbrs, using AFI 36-3002, the installation sup. inst, the installation Mass Disaster/Mass Casualty Plan, and sample messages and letters for reporting casualties and notifying NOK
What are the responsibilities of the CAR regarding mass casualty? Part 3 of 3 (1-11) (4) When multiple casualties make it difficult to submit standard reports in a timely mantter using assigned casualty services personnel or a CAST, use the appropriate Casualty Report to initially report casualties in DCIPS.
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