Who needs a DD Form 1833?
A DD-1833 is the US Department of Defence Form which is widely known as Isolated Personnel Report (ISOPREP). Generally, the form must be completed by all military personnel traveling outside the continental United States (CONUS which comprises of the 48 CONtiguous states and the District of Columbia). It is worth mentioning that the States of Alaska and Hawaii are considered overseas under the Space-A Regulation.
The requirement to submit the ISOPREP applies not only to all militaries but also to Army civilians and contractor personnel supporting the US Armed Forces.
Therefore, the DD Form 1833 serves as a data card kept on file for all “At Risk” personnel. The information provided on the form shall be used by recovery forces to to identify the IMDC person positively if the need arises.
Is DD Form 1833 accompanied by other forms?
The Isolated Personnel Report is supposed to provide all the necessary information as about a military in case of need. Therefore, Form DD-1833 does not require an accompaniment.
When is ISOPREP Form due?
The Isolated Personnel Report (Form DD-1833) must be submitted when a military employee is about to a take trip outside of the continental United States. The form does not require a validity period, as it is in effect through the whole period of travel.
What information should be provided on DD Form 1833?
The form consists of three pages, the first of which is the instruction.
The other two pages must provide information on the following items:
Personal information (including full name, gender, grade, SSN, DOB, current unit, blood type, physical appearance details, citizenship, accent, religious preferences, medical conditions, etc.)
Uniform data (like clothes and boot size)
Training/capability data (sere training and their details)
Reintegration information (information about the next of kin, parents and family members)
Left and right fingerprints and additional information
Personal authentication information