101-515-1997 (SL1) – Inter Isolated Remains (After Receiving Authorization)
101-515-1997 (SL1) - Inter Isolated Remains (After Receiving Authorization)
Standards: After receiving authorization from the organizational commander, remains were interred according to JP 4-06.
In a tactical situation, given an order from
your NCOIC, an entrenching tool, shrouding
material, a separate container for loose
personal effects, grid location of the
remains, a transport vehicle.
After receiving authorization from the
organizational commander, remains were
interred according to JP 4-06.
1.Select a burial site large enough to accommodate
the remains to be buried.
a. Locate grave near the
scene of death.
Note. Inter on high ground (avoid flood plains, etc.). Do not inter near water source.
b. Dig grave approximately 3
½ feet deep.
2.Prepare remains for interment.
a. Inventory all personal
b. Record the following data
for each individual interred: name, grade/rank, sex,
service number, nationality, date of
death, date buried, religious faith,
who interred the remains.
Note.If any data
is not known, write
c. Leave all personal
effects and identification media on
d. Shroud remains.
3.Inter individual remains.
a. Place the remains face up
in the grave.
b. Refill the grave.
c. Mark the grave.
4.Record the location by coordinates using GPS, if
5.Submit an incident report on interment(s) to higher
1.Selected an appropriate interment site.
a. Inventoried personal
effects and identification media on
all pertinent data on remains.
personal effects and identification
media on remains.
3.Interred individual remains.
a. Placed the remains face
up in the grave.
4.Recorded the location by coordinates using GPS (if
5.Submitted incident report on interment(s) to higher
Guidance: Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. If the soldier scores NO GO, show
him what was done wrong and how to do it
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