The author draws on a number of sources: the US Navy's Survivors Statements, the US Coast Guard's War Action Casualty Reports, the Coast Guard's War Casualty Shipping Records, Cadet Voyage Reports of the US Merchant Marine Academy, and war journals of various U-boats.
What does CASREPT stand for?
CASREPT stands for Casualty Report
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- Computer Aided Software Reliability Estimation (US DoD software)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The latest casualty report from the European Commission, which uses Haitian government data, said about 200,000 people had perished, with some 70,000 bodies already recovered and trucked off to mass graves.
Three mobilized Army National Guard soldiers lost their lives in July of wounds suffered while supporting the Global War on Terrorism, according to Defense Department casualty reports.
As we listen to the worst American casualty reports in two years and our military command’s candid admission that the effort to secure Baghdad from violence has failed, there are no viable plans emanating from the White House or Congress.
Two weeks after his death the Army's official casualty report stated that he was killed by enemy forces.
There was no confirmation of any casualties, and initial casualty reports have proven incorrect in the past.
An Associated Press reporter at the scene could not get close enough to verify the casualty reports and was fired on by one of the tanks with three rounds from its 50-calibre machine gun.
ISAF forces fought a battle with insurgents, he said, but an investigation team despatched after the casualty reports emerged "had accounted for all the rounds that were shot at the enemy", Shanks said.