Definition of disease and nonbattle injury casualty

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disease and nonbattle injury casualty

'disease and nonbattle injury casualty' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A person who is not a battle casualty but who is lost to the organization by reason of disease or injury, including persons dying of disease or injury, by reason of being missing where the absence does not appear to be voluntary, or due to enemy action or being interned. Also called DNBI casualty'.

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