AR 638-2 PDF

AR 638-2 PDF

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AR 638-2 Care and Disposition of Remains and Disposition of Personal Effects

The rank of the escort will be at least equivalent to that of the highest ranking decedent see chap The port mortuaries will receive remains 68-2 by U. While in a travel status away from his or her official station within the United States at the time of death. Participating in an examination for enlistment or traveling to or from the examination at the time of death.

Authorized eligible relatives of a deceased Soldier are authorized round-trip to travel at DAFB to attend the dignified transfer of remains of a Soldier who died while in a theater of combat operations. Government property and will be attached to the remains in a secure manner.

If the place of death is not covered by a requirements contract, current maximum primary expense allowance or actual cost, whichever is less, is the maximum amount allowable.


Contents Listed by paragraph and page af. Accepted applicants traveling to a place to take the final oath of enlistment. Accepted applicants for enlistment see para 2—7. Death certificate – not to exceed 10 copies. Authorization and use of transfer 6638-2 in Army mortuaries. Single musician organist, pianist, bagpiper.

The Army-arranged preparation options are available only when the remains are—. EPW are those who, while engaged in combat under orders of his or her government, is captured by the armed forces of the enemy.

AR Army Mortuary Affairs Program

Disposition to be made of non-associable portions of unidentified remains. To promote identification continuity, the urn will be engraved before the cremated remains are placed in it. If no one person described in paragraph 11—2 c 1 through 5 is provided travel and transportation allowances, the travel and transportation sr may be provided to no more than two other persons closely related to the deceased Soldier and who are selected by the PADD.

Curved Shape – Small. Before identification of remains with major portions missing, especially when recovered portions are not vital to life.

Eligibility for interment in U. The notification and request will provide the number of decedents and the circumstances of the event. When multiple remains are present, facilities will be adequate to allow for simultaneous processing as near to the site of the incident as possible.


Compliance with health and transportation laws. Army authorities will make no attempt to take part in, or interfere with, arrangements made by relatives. Department of State will obtain disposition of remains instructions and collect payment in advance for the mortuary services requested.

Government expense or on a reimbursable basis as indicated. Cleansing will be done immediately after removal of remains. The 638-22 preparation option prohibits the Army from contracting and arranging for 63-2 preparation, casketing, and transportation of the remains.

Government expense to observe the DT. Advising the person authorized to direct disposition of remains of each decedent included in the group interment.

The JTR contains detailed entitlement rules. Be responsible for the mortuary affairs program within their command. An allowance will be paid to the PADD to help defray costs of memorial service.