Casualty Reporting and Assistance Programs in the Military Services: Is There a Need for Joint Casualty Operations
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The purpose of this essay is to examine the casulaty systems of each of the services Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines and recent incidents involving mass or multi-service casulaties to determine the feasibility and necessity of establishing a joint casualty operations agency at JCS level to serve as the focal point for coordination of casualty reporting and assistance policies and actions for all services during peace and wartime for delineating casualty reporting responsibilities and procedures during joint combat operations and, to act as a central clearing house for all casualty related matters for all services.
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