I recommend the 2009 movie, The Messenger, which is about an Army casualty notification team. It’s safely apolitical and gives excellently acted insight into the emotional pain such duty involves.
The film never goes over the top. A few scenes are so quietly exquisite that they are like memories of seamless perfections lost.
Unlike The Messenger’s depiction of the U.S. Army’s approach to casualty notification, the Air Force includes a medical officer and a chaplain in its team. That composition makes notifications arguably easier on team members and perhaps, occasionally, on the recipients of the sad news.