a. Completing DD Form 602.
(1) From (hospital). Enter the designation and location (or APO number) of
the medical treatment facility from which the patient's journey originates.
Name (last, first, middle initial). Self-explanatory.
(3) Social security (service) number and rank/rating/grade.
required information for military personnel; enter the symbol "NA" (not applicable) for
(4) Category of personnel. For uniformed services personnel, enter the
appropriate service (for example, USAF, USA, USN, USMC, USCG, NOAA, USPHS). For
foreign personnel, enter the service and nationality using commonly intelligible
abbreviations. If the patient is a civilian employee of a national government, enter the
government and its department in which he is employed (for example, USAF Employee,
US State Department Employee, British Admiralty Employee). If the patient is a
dependent of a United States military member or of a United States civilian employee,
enter the relationship and the name of the person through whom he derives his entitlement
to Army medical care (for example, DTR, SGT JOHN J JONES). For other civilians
moved as patients, enter the nationality and the term "Civilian" as "US Civilian," "French
Civilian," "Canadian Civilian," etc.
(5) Diagnosis. Enter all diagnoses and provide only such detail as will be
useful in caring for the patient during the journey. In red pencil, add to the diagnosis block
any of the following, if applicable: "prisoner," "under investigation," or "DA" (drug abuse).
(6) Class. Enter the class of the patient in the appropriate box ("1A" through
"4"). For this purpose, use the class described in table 3-1.
(7) Disease, battle, casualty, injury, condition. Check one of these spaces,
as applicable. Check "yes" or "no" to indicate if the patient is "very seriously ill."
(Information is found on the Inpatient Treatment Record Cover Sheet.)
(8) Cabin or compartment number, bunk number. The cabin or compartment
number and bunk number assigned to the patient, if this information is required, is entered
by the carrier's representative as the patient is loaded. If there is a previous entry, it should
be lined out and the current information entered.
(9) Baggage tag number. Enter the same baggage tag number that are
shown on DD Form 600.
(10) Destination. For a patient moving into the United States, enter the name
of the port of debarkation in the United States at which the patient will arrive. If this