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ARMY - AR 638-34

Army Fatal Incident Family Brief Program

active, Most Current
Organization: ARMY
Publication Date: 26 April 2023
Status: active
Page Count: 38
scope:

Purpose

This regulation establishes standard policies and procedure for presenting Army Fatal Incident Family briefs on releasable facts, findings, and recommendations of investigations conducted under Army Regulation (AR) 15-6 into a Soldier's death resulting from a military training, operational, or friendly fire accident; hostile incident; or confirmed suicide. These presentations are offered to a Soldier's primary next of kin (PNOK) and other Family members invited by the PNOK, as defined in Department of Defense instruction (DoDI) 1300.18. This regulation also provides a model for unit and organization commanders to provide suicide incident Family briefs. The Suicide Incident Family Brief Program is a commander's program under the umbrella of the Army Fatal Incident Family Brief Program, which also includes fatal incident Family briefs. The policy and guidance provided in this regulation is for Army personnel. It does not create any substantial privilege or procedure, right, or benefit enforceable by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, officers, employees, or any other person.

Document History

AR 638-34
April 26, 2023
Army Fatal Incident Family Brief Program
Purpose This regulation establishes standard policies and procedure for presenting Army Fatal Incident Family briefs on releasable facts, findings, and recommendations of investigations conducted...
February 19, 2015
Army Fatal Incident Family Brief Program
Purpose This regulation establishes standard processes for presenting Army Fatal Incident Family Briefs on the findings of investigations conducted under Army Regulation (AR) 15–6 when the Soldier's...

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