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Missing Hostile Chart – Class for Teaching the What, Who, Where, When, and Why of Reporting a Service Member as Missing Due to Hostile Action

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Service member, Department of the Army (DA) civilian or DA Contractor “Covered Persons” and Unit commander/Reporting agency determines absence is involuntary and due to actual or possible hostile action.   This is a one page PowerPoint format class for teaching the what, who, where, when, and why of reporting a service member as missing due to hostile action and the possibility of needing to change it to an AWOL or deserter status after  TAG makes a status determination as well as the process if it stays a missing hostile report.

NOTE: This document is in MS PowerPoint


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