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- Per Army Regulation 638-2 and Department of the Army Pamphlet 638-2, paragraph 16-3.a., upon a death, "the Summary Court Martial Officer (SCMO) is required to make a reasonable and good faith effort to determine the existence of local debts. An exhaustive investigation is not required. The SCMO should run a notice three times in the local daily or weekly bulletin requesting those persons owing money to the deceased or missing person to contact the SCMO."

- As U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii/U.S. Army Hawaii does not have a daily or weekly bulletin, the official USAG-HI website meets the above requirements as it reaches the internal USARHAW community and is accessbiel by the public. Notices will be run here for three weeks. Please review information about personnel below.


- 1. The commander of HHBN, 25th ID regrets to announce the death of SGT Johnson, Daniel K. 1LT Levine, Benjamin is appointed as Summary Court Martial Officer (SCMO) and will settle all claims for or against the estate of SGT Johnson, Daniel K. Anyone owing money or having a just claim for or against the estate of SGT Johnson, Daniel K. should contact 1LT Levine, Benjamin at (612)-250-3802 or at this address:

BLDG 750
Ayers Avenue
Schofield Barracks, HI

- For complete information on the legal requirements for posting Claims of Indebtedness, please contact the Directorate of Human Resources' Casualty and Mortuary Affairs Office at (808) 655-5124/5144.

- USAG-HI and USARHAW extend sincere regrets and condolences to the families and units who have lost Soldiers.



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