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G1 BATTLE DRILL 1 (KIA, NBD, DUSTWUN)

Rank, Last Name, and First Name: _______________________________________________________________

Unit: __________________________________________

UPON NOTIFICATION FROM ANY SOURCE, FOLLOW STEPS BELOW:

1. Give Heads up to DG1, G1 SGM, and G1 immediately.
2. G1 give Heads up to CoS.
3. Get WHITE 1 REPORT (ENCLOSURE 13) from BCT NLT 30 minutes from incident.
4. Contact JOC G1 LNO to Verify Information.
5. Update DG1, G1 SGM, and G1 on WHITE 1 Report Information.
6. G1 updates CoS and gives heads up to RD CDR on WHITE 1 Report Information (NOTE: G1 is the only one authorized to call RD CDR on Casualties)
7. Initial Casualty Report due to G1 from BCT with DD93/SGLV/ERB/ORB NLT 2 Hours. Supplementary Reports will follow until
Casualty Report is complete.
8. Verify DCIPS Report for Completeness and Accuracy / Posthumous Promotion Verification / ERB is a good source for verification.
9. Give copy of DCIPS report to Award Section (G1 Initiates PH for VSI, SI if qualified) (USF-I will initiate awards for KIAs).
10. Draft Deceased Pamphlet prepared with information verified from DCIPS, DD93, and ERB/ORB.
11. Initiate RED Book for KIA, DOW, NBD, DUSTWUN, and POW.
12. DG1 Review RED Book.
13. Forward DCIPS report to USF-I, CJ1 Casualty Section NLT 3 Hours.
14. Get names of SCOMO and Investigating Officer (as required) from BCT NLT 12 Hours from incident (SUPP Report).
15. Follow up on End of Service Award (DECEASED). Due NLT 24 Hours to G1. If ARCOM or less, get status from unit and update
Casualty Tracker.
16. Get Biography and Electronic Photo for all Deceased due to G1 from BCT NLT 3 Days from incident.
17. Get name of Mortuary Affairs Collection Point (MACP) for Personnel Effects NLT 3 Days from incident.
18. Get Words of Remembrance (WOR) from BCT NLT 3 Days from incident.
19. Review WOR and route for Review and Approval through G1 Channels.
20. Forward WOR to USF-I, CJ1 NLT 3 Days from incident.
21. Get Copies of Condolence/Sympathy Letters from BCT NLT 7 Days from incident.
22. Draft CG's letter of Condolence for KIA, DOW, and NBD NLT 7 Days from incident.
23. DG1 review CG's letter (1st Draft).
24. Follow up on 15-6 Investigation Status NLT 38 Days from incident.
25. Get Final Scanned Final Copy of 15-6 Investigation NLT 65 days.
26. Upon receipt of R9 (SIPR), verify the addresses and print out finalized condolence letter.
27. Update Casualty Tracker with R9.
28. DG1 reviews final condolence letter with a copy of the R9 immediately after notification.
29. G1 reviews condolence letters and submits to CG for signature.
30. Upon Receipt of signed condolence letters from CG, scan condolence letters, R9, all DCIPS, and ERB/ORB into historical file folders.
31. Mail Letter.
32. Coordinate with Mortuary Affairs (G4) NLT 14 hours and 30 minutes to ensure their portion of the KIA Tracker has been updated.
33. Update Casualty Tracker
**During the entire Casualty Operation, cross-talk with G4 and DIVSURG on Casualty statuses, verification, personal affects, etc for G1 and
Casualty tracker updates.
**Update Casualty Tracker as information is available.
**Ensure DCIPS Reports are imported into DCIPS Casualty Main Listing.
**Ensure Casualty’s Information is kept to a “Need to Know” basis only

G1 BATTLE DRILL 2 (VSI/SI)

Rank, Last Name, and First Name: _______________________________________________________________

Unit: __________________________________________

UPON NOTIFICATION FROM ANY SOURCE, FOLLOW STEPS BELOW:

1. Give Heads up to DG1, G1 SGM, and G1 immediately.
2. G1 give Heads up to CoS.
3. Get WHITE 1 REPORT (ENCLOSURE 13) from BCT NLT 30 minutes from incident.
4. Contact JOC G1 LNO to Verify Information.
5. Update DG1, G1 SGM, and G1 on WHITE 1 Report Information.
6. G1 updates CoS and gives heads up to RD CDR on WHITE 1 Report Information (NOTE: G1 is the only one authorized to call RD CDR on Casualties).
7. Initial Casualty Report due to G1 from BCT with DD93/SGLV/ERB/ORB NLT 2 Hours. Supplementary Reports will follow until
Casualty Report is complete.
8. Verify DCIPS Report for Completeness and Accuracy. ERB is a good source for verification.
9. Give copy of DCIPS report to Award Section (G1 Initiates PH for VSI).
10. Forward DCIPS report to USF-I, CJ1 Casualty Section NLT 3 Hours.
11. Get name of Investigating Officer (as required) from BCT NLT 12 Hours from incident (SUPP Report).
12. Follow up on 15-6 Investigation Status (as required) NLT 38 Days from incident.
13. Get Final Scanned Final Copy of 15-6 Investigation (as required) NLT 65 days.
14. Update Casualty Tracker
15. If Casualty Status is changed to Deceased, follow Battle Drill 1.
16. If Casualty Status is changed to NSI, follow Battle Drill 3.
**During the entire Casualty Operation, cross-talk with G4 and DIVSURG on Casualty statuses, verification, personal affects, etc for G1 and
Casualty tracker updates.
**Update Casualty Tracker as information is available.
**Ensure DCIPS Reports are imported into DCIPS Casualty Main Listing.
**Ensure Casualty’s Information is kept to a “Need to Know” basis only

G1 BATTLE DRILL 3 (NSI)

Rank, Last Name, and First Name: _______________________________________________________________

Unit: __________________________________________

UPON NOTIFICATION FROM ANY SOURCE

1. Give Heads up to DG1, G1 SGM, and G1 immediately.
2. G1 give Heads up to CoS.
3. Get WHITE 1 REPORT (ENCLOSURE 13) from BCT NLT 30 minutes from incident.
4. Contact JOC G1 LNO to Verify Information.
5. Update DG1, G1 SGM, and G1 on WHITE 1 Report Information.
6. G1 updates CoS on WHITE 1 Report Information.
7. Initial Casualty Report due to G1 from BCT with DD93/SGLV/ERB/ORB NLT 2 Hours. Supplementary Reports will follow until
Casualty Report is complete.
8. Verify DCIPS Report for Completeness and Accuracy. ERB is a good source for verification.
9. Forward DCIPS report to USF-I, CJ1 Casualty Section NLT 3 Hours.
11. Get name of Investigating Officer (as required) from BCT NLT 12 Hours from incident (SUPP Report).
12. Follow up on 15-6 Investigation Status (as required) NLT 38 Days from incident.
13. Get Final Scanned Final Copy of 15-6 Investigation (as required) NLT 65 days.
14. Update Casualty Tracker
15. If Casualty Status is changed to VSI, follow Battle Drill 2.
16. If Casualty is RTD, update Casualty Tracker.
**During the entire Casualty Operation, cross-talk with G4 and DIVSURG on Casualty statuses, verification, personal affects, etc for G1 and
Casualty tracker updates.
**Update Casualty Tracker as information is available.
**Ensure DCIPS Reports are imported into DCIPS Casualty Main Listing.
**Ensure Casualty’s Information is kept to a “Need to Know” basis only

FWD G1 BATTLE DRILL 4 (MASS CASUALTY)

In case of a Mass Casualty Operation, all DCIPS reports will be processed expeditiously and forwarded to USD-N to meet the 2 Hours Suspense. USD-N will verify and forward reports to USF-I to meet the 3 Hours Suspense. Order of precedence is as follows but as soon as DCIPS reports are available, verify and forward immediately.

1. Deceased
2. VSI
3. SI
4. NSI

Battle Drill Flow

1. Incident

* Inform G1 of Mass Casualty event. * Get Spot reports from JOC or DIV SURG as soon as they are available. * Get White 1 reports from units, when applicable. * Night Shift: Initiate Wake Up Criteria. (Wake up SGT Manis first)

2. Tracking Setup

* Start Mass Casualty Folder. * Print out the following; Casualty Checklist / Timeline and appropriate Battle Drill with rank, name, and unit on each sheet and place into folder. Also print a DA Form 1594 for the folder. * Fill in the Mass Casualty Tracker Coversheet and stable it on front of folder. * If any Deceased are involved annotate them on the coversheet and follow the Red Book USD-N SOP.

3. Process Reports

* Follow Battle Drill 4 on Mass Casualty for order of precedence. * Reminder, each casualty status has a Battle Drill. * Always CC the group email account. * Copy and paste DCIPS_FC New to your desktop. It will allow more than one person to use DCIPS.

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