Marines


Casualty Assistance Program
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A commitment to provide authorized and necessary assistance to eligible family members of deceased, duty status-whereabouts unknown (DUSTWUN), excused absence - whereabouts unknown (EAWUN), missing, ill or injured personnel.  Assistance may include, but is not limited to:  transportation assistance; applying for and receiving benefits and entitlements; obtaining copies of records, reports and investigations; legal assistance; receipt of personal effect; mortuary and funeral honors assistance; relocation assistance, including shipment of household goods; liaison with other federal agencies; information and referral, including emotional and spiritual support, and any other assistance as requested.

DIRECTIVES AND CORRESPONDENCE
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MCO 3040.4

MARINE CORPS CASUALTY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

MCO 3504.2

OPERATIONS EVENT / INCIDENT REPORT (OPREP-3) REPORTING

HQMC 3040 Casualty Affairs Checklist

CASUALTY AFFAIRS INSPECTION CHECKLIST

PI Checklist

CHECKLIST FOR TRACKING & REPORTING PRELIMINARY INQUIRES & COMMAND INVESTIGATIONS IN DEATH CASES
INJURED/ILL PATIENT TRACKING SYSTEM (IIPT)

The Marine Corps, supported by OSD, established a web-based Injured/Ill Patient Tracking Website. The system is linked to the USMC Casualty Database and contains information on all injured/ill reported via a casualty report. The system provides the ability to track injured/ill throughout the entire medical pipeline, including convalescent leave and at VA facilities. The website is also available to HQMC and Marine For Life. Authorized personnel have the capability to enter, edit, and view information on the Injured/Ill Patient Tracking Website. Deployed commanders and their personnel staff have the capability to track Marines from arrival at the first medical treatment facility until the time they are returned to duty. The system is designed to leave medical details to the medical community and only focus on answering essential tracking and general diagnostic questions.  In order to gain access to the IIPT, users will read and complete the steps outlined in the IIPT User's Guide (click here).  This document will walk authorized personnel through the application process.  Once the application process is complete and approved by MISSA, users can access IIPT(click here). 

The point of contact for questions about, or problems with, the IIPT is Maj. Lindenthal via tel: 910-451-8246 or via email: laura.lindenthal@usmc.mil .

MARINE CORPS WOUNDED ILL/INJURED TRACKING SYSTEM (MCWIITS)

The Marine Corps Wounded, Ill, and Injured Tracking System (MCWIITS) provides the ability for identifying, tracking, and facilitating support to current and former ill (veterans) and injured Marines, Sailors attached to or in support of Marine units, and their families throughout all of the phases of recovery. In order to gain access to the MCWIITS, users will read and complete the steps outlined in the MCWIITS User's Guide (click here).  This document will walk authorized personnel through the application process.  Once the application process is complete users can access MCWIITS (click here).

CASUALTY ASSISTANCE LINKS

 

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